For information about undergraduate and graduate programmescounselling and support activities contact Cosp – Study and Career Guidance Centre

For information about administrative procedures (admission, enrollment, scholarships, fees, qualification suitability etc.)

Welcome Desk
Students residing abroad or having a foreign educational qualification can contact directly the International Students Welcome Desk by sending an email to:

Student Information online Service – Infostudenti
All students can ask for information or for an appointment with the Students Office through Servizio Infostudenti by logging in with:

  • ID and password choosen when registering to our Univeristy website, if  not yet enrolled
  • ID and password assigned by the University ( once enrolled.

Student information online service – Infostudenti, allows you to send or receive documents online. It also informs you about the progress of your enquiry.

Any requests for further investigation or clarification in relation to communications, deeds and/or measures issued by the students offices that are deemed incorrect, incomplete or otherwise non-exhaustive may be addressed to the Director of the Student Registrar and “Right to an Education” Division - Ms. Emanuela Dellavalle – using the following e-mail address:

University call center

You can contact the free number 800 188 128

To get information and telephone assistance you can contact the University call center.

  • From Italy: 
    199 188 128
    Call costs:
    • from any landline in Italy amounts to the cost of a local call
    • from mobile phone it depends on your telephone plan or line manager
  • From abroad:
    0039 056676357
    the cost depends on the telephone company

We answer Monday to Friday, from 9am to 5pm.

Longlife Training Office

Via Festa del Perdono 7 – 20122  Milan;

Office hours
Monday - Friday,  9-12

  • For information about admission and enrollment to all degree programmes and for validation of foreign qualifications and exams
    • International Students Office - Welcome Desk
      Via S. Sofia 9/1 – 20122  Milan

      Office hours 
      Monday and Friday: 9-12 free access
      Tuesday and Thursday: 13-15 and Wednesday 9-12 by appointment
  • For information about EU training programmes and other international agreements
  • For Erasmus+ and other mobility agreements


  • For assistance and support to staff and students with disability or lerning and attention disorders (LAD)
  • For technical problems on portal (navigation and pages visualization, contents updating and accuracy)


    Please note!
    For any problems related to information and services sections, please get in touch with the contact indicated in the specific pages.

    Please contact the email addresses indicated in each specific website, for any technical default, problems related to navigation or visualization, and for information about university websites with a url different from:

For requests and problems related to university e-mail boxes and web data access

  • Students can refer to the specific FAQ (Italian text) about credentials, university e-mail boxes and wi-fi.
  • Staff can access IT Online Help Desk:, by using their university credentials, or if not possible, by leaving a message at the phone number 02503 15222.

For technical problems related to staff workstations, such as:

  • Base level hardware and software malfunctioning
  • Antivirus
  • Software included in the University frame programmes
  • University administrative management software
  • Webservices available on university website

Please contact IT Online Help Desk (Servizio di Helpdesk) by using your university credentials

  • Press Office
    Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - 20122 Milan
    Tel. +39 02 503 12983 - 12025

  • Web Communication and Social Network Office
    Via Festa del Perdono, 7 - 20122 Milan
    Tel. +39 02 503 12103 – 12104

  • Cultural activities and Events at the University main lecture halls
    (Great Hall, Board Room, Sala Napoleonica, Palazzo Feltrinelli)
    Tel. +39 02 503 12090 - 12092

Find a person, office or facility
Want to find someone? Look up the University address book Who & Where
Write to the University certified email

To send formal notices and requests, applications for competitive exams, declarations or other legal documents, use the University certified email (PEC).

The certified email cannot be used for information on admission tests, enrolments, transfers, fees and contributions, scholarships, online services, or any matters related to student careers. For these requests, please use Infostudenti.

File a complaint

Filing a complaint is one of several ways to get your voice heard by those who have the authority and competence to respond immediately and effectively, and to solve problems.