Services and support
The Subsidiary Project, coordinated by Paolo Del Debbio and Luciana Bianciardi, provides freshers with a tool to consolidate and refine their skills in the four essential fields of knowledge: the Italian language, history, civic education and geography.
Through four modules of 20 hours each, students will be able to "put themselves back in the centre", finding their own linguistic, temporal, civil and geographical coordinates. A unique opportunity in the universities of Milan to develop knowledge, reacquire notions and regain possession of the "foundations of knowledge".
Four paths to refine concepts and cultural elements essential to those who are preparing to attend university faculties
How do I talk to a professor? What about my study plan? Do I have to attend the English course? What if I want to do Erasmus? If you have any questions, please contact the freshers desk. It is open during lesson periods at the Orientation, Tutoring and Counseling Office - IULM 1, 4th floor. There you will always find someone to advise you and answer your questions!
Peer Tutors are senior students who make their experience available to support other students. If you are looking for study advice from a different perspective than that of the teacher, or if you want to make the most of the opportunities offered by the University and develop more effective study habits write to [email protected]
Experience the University Campus to the full by staying in our residences
Residence IULM: seventy-six double rooms with WIFI, a living area with two large study rooms, a computer room and a projection room for 90 people. The IULM residence provides each student with an ideal environment to help them study and enjoy their free time to the full.
Cascina Moncucco: an ancient seventeenth-century farmhouse that IULM has restructured giving it a new life. La Cascina has become a residence for about 100 young people and an important cultural centre for the city.
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