- Duration: 2 years
- Fees: 3886 € per year
- Intake: September 2018
In Italy, the term "Politecnico" means a state university consisting only of study programmes in Engineering, Architecture, and Design.
With approximately 40,000 students, Politecnico di Milano is the Italian largest university for Engineering, Architecture, and Industrial Design and it is ranked as one of the most outstanding European universities in these fields.
The university has seven campuses located in Milan and in other nearby Italian cities. It is organized in 12 Departments, devoted to research and in 4 Schools, devoted to education.
Thanks to a strong internationalization policy, many programmes are entirely taught in English, thus attracting an ever-increasing number of talented international students, who form a diverse community from more than 100 countries.
Some of the most renowned Italian scientists and architects studied and taught at Politecnico di Milano. Among them, Renzo Piano and Aldo Rossi, both Pritzker Price, and Giulio Natta, Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
Politecnico di Milano is a member of IDEA League, a strategic alliance among five leading European universities of technology that aims to educate a new generation of Engineers with extra-curricular activities for selected, highly talented students.
The MS program in Mechanical Engineering is designed for students who desire advanced training in areas of mechanical engineering. Graduates may work in any one of a variety of areas of the engineering industry, in a governmental laboratory, or continue their training toward a doctoral degree in mechanical engineering, applied mechanics, or a related field.
This school offers programs in:
Last updated February 28, 2018