The offices of IULM University
Milan and Rome: two hubs for a sole student community.
A university campus that fosters not only study and research, but also the development of social relations in the university community, making it a meeting point between the university and the city.
The IULM campus, the result of the engineering and artistic cooperation of engineer Roberto Guiducci and architect Lorenzo Guiducci, was completed in 1993.
The central core is Building 1, which houses the Rector's Office, various offices and classrooms. IULM 1 is characterised by a system of escalators that allow you to quickly reach one of the six floors into which it is divided.
From 2000 to the present day, the campus has been further expanded, redeveloping the surrounding area. Other new buildings have been constructed, which now house the Departments-Research Institutes, new classrooms, the university bookshop, catering services, student residences and new auditoriums.
The IULM Open Space building (IULM 6), inaugurated in 2015, completes the Campus with two modern auditoriums and an outstanding exhibition space, giving the University a highly original touch of creativity, in a constant dialogue between the academic pole and the city.
In October 2020, the Campus was further enriched with a new building: namely, IULM 7 in Via Filargo 38, just opposite the Romolo exit of line 2 of the underground, a short walk from the University's other buildings. The 2,300 sqm building (not yet fully operational) houses around 34 premises, including offices, common meeting rooms and a break area, a Department and a number of IULM research centres, including the Neuromarketing Research Centre - Behavior and Brain Lab, CECOMS - Centre for Strategic Communication, the Centre for Employee Relations & Communication (CERC) and the Observatory on Public Communication, Branding and Digital Transformation.
The Rome office of IULM
Starting from the academic year 2011-2012, IULM University has opened a teaching seat in Rome, in via Marco Minghetti 17 (via del Corso).
Located in the historic centre of the city, between the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain, the site is housed on the first floor of Palazzo Sciarra, a historic building dating back to the second half of the sixteenth century and now owned by the Fondazione Roma.
It hosts the Master in Management of Artistic and Cultural Resources, promoted in collaboration with the Fondazione Roma and the Master in Oriental Languages and Cultures, promoted in collaboration with the Fondazione Terzo Pilastro Internazionale.
The teaching centre is easily accessible from Termini railway station by bus lines, and is close to important political and cultural institutions, libraries and museums.
How to get there
By public transport
The centre is one kilometre from the Barberini stop on the underground (line A), a few metres from the stops on bus lines 62, 63, 80, 81, 83, 85, 119, 160, 175, 492 and 628. For
Bus line 175 connects Termini Station directly to IULM. From Tiburtina Station it is advisable to take the metro line B to the Colosseo stop.
IULM is located in the heart of the historic centre of Rome, in a restricted traffic zone. Entrance by car is permitted on weekdays only after 18.00.
Rome Fiumicino airport is connected to Termini station by the Leonardo Express direct train.