A Bachelor Degree in a scientific or technical discipline. A Committee will evaluate students with a different background case by case.
Mission and Goals
The Laurea Magistrale (equivalent to a Master of Science) trains professionals able to tackle the complexity of mobility systems and the interaction of the critical issues concerning safety, technology, management, ethics and strategical aspects of mobility systems and urban development. The program covers the following main topics:
Integrated mobility systems
Mobility and urban development scenarios
Business and financial analytics
Evolution of vehicle technology
Asset management and maintenance
Infomobility and support to integrated mobility
Project finance and business models, Electric systems for mobility, Data science and security for mobility, Rail vehicle dynamics and train track-interaction, Urban planning and Transport economics, Safety in mobility.
Mobility infrastructures and services, Energy and emissions in transportation systems, Ethics of transportation. Students can then choose between two tracks: Mobility Technologies and Mobility Systems.
Graduates with a Laurea Magistrale in Mobility Engineering can deal through a multidisciplinary approach with complex mobility systems and the relationships among the different issues and in particular with safety problems. They can fulfill high-rank positions in many enterprises and organizations, such as operators of public transport and sharing mobility, public administrations, transport industry (vehicles, services and logistics), agencies of management and control of mobility and safety of transport, both at national and international level.
The application for a Laurea Magistrale Program (equivalent to an MSc degree) requires only a few steps. You can apply for two Master of Science programs at the same time (1st and 2nd choice); if you are admitted to both of them you will be asked to accept the study program you prefer. Applicants of Architecture and Design will have their second choice evaluated only if not admitted to their first choice. Therefore, please select your program of preference as your first choice.
In order to start the evaluation process, you must upload all the documents required and make sure that your original academic transcripts are received by the International Admission Office within the deadline. Incomplete applications (i.e. missing/not valid documents, no matter if online/sent by post) will be automatically rejected. The International Admissions Office will consider your application only if your transcripts are received by the deadline and if your online application is complete.
Please note that Politecnico di Milano does not require any application fee neither to our Laurea Magistrale programs nor to any kind of scholarship. All applications’ procedures have no fees. Only once you are admitted, you will be asked to pay a non-refundable "Administrative Fee" of about 200.00 €, a mandatory regional and administrative tax which you have to pay in advance to confirm your admittance (scholarship recipients included). It will be deducted from the 2nd installment of your tuition fees.
It is very important that each applicant personally accesses the Online Service with her/his student identification number (person code) and password to check the status of his/her application and the communications sent by the International Admissions Office.
Moreover, admitted students must personally contact the Italian Diplomatic Representative to provide them with the necessary documents and information. Not doing so could cause the rejection of your Visa.
Once admitted, in order to confirm your acceptance, you will be asked to pay an administrative fee of 172,20 €, either by credit card or by bank transfer. The administrative fee will be deducted from the second installment and will not be refunded in case of withdrawal.
Tuition fees for each academic year are divided into two installments. The first installment must be paid upon enrolment, the second within the deadlines. The due amount must be entirely paid and cannot be divided in further installments.
Tuition Fees for EEA Students
Tuition fees for EEA students range from about 895,20 € to 3898,20 € for a year.
The first installment corresponds to 895,20€.
The second installment is variable. It is calculated on the basis of family income: students will be placed in different income brackets according to the I.S.E.E. declaration.
The second installment is also based on the number of credits (C.F.U./ECTS) included in the Study plan.
Students admitted on the 1st semester usually have a standard yearly study plan between 46 and 73 C.F.U., which corresponds to 100% of the tuition fees due.
Students admitted on the 2nd semester usually have a standard yearly study plan of about 30 C.F.U., which corresponds to 50% of the tuition due.
Tuition Fees For Non-EEA Students
Tuition fees for Non-EEA students correspond automatically to the full contribution of 3898,20€.
The first installment corresponds to 895,20€.
The second installment corresponds to 3003€. The sum may be adjusted according to the number of credits (C.F.U./ECTS) included in the Study plan.
Students admitted on the 1st semester usually have a standard yearly study plan between 46 and 74 C.F.U., which corresponds to 100% of the tuition fees due (3003 €).
Students admitted on the 2nd semester usually have a standard yearly study plan of about 30 to 32 C.F.U., which corresponds to 50% of the tuition due (1501,50 €).