Taking strength from its vocation of integrating cultural knowledge and professional competencies, IULM University has from its very inception in 1968 always presented itself as a meeting point between the academic world and labour markets. While continuing to pay close attention to the dynamics of the world of work, IULM University is also determined in its aim to provide its students with cultural training through innovative courses of study.
Design, fashion, scientific and technological research are only some of the key aspects of one of the most dynamic Italian cities. Being home to 3000 international companies, 200 communication agencies, 40 newspapers and 13 broadcasting stations, Milan is the perfect place to start a successful career in the world of communication and international relations. With one of the largest exposition centres in Europe hosting 30 exhibitions each year, Milan is the beating heart of the Italian economy. The same creativity and enterprising spirit can also be found not only in the artistic performances in traditional scenarios such as the Scala opera house, Castello Sforzesco, Brera Gallery, but also in the new artistic expressions that reveal the cosmopolitan vocation of the town. Choosing a course of study in Milan means getting in contact with the world of work.
With its three faculties, the university offers a complete range of courses in Interpreting, Translation, Linguistic and Cultural Studies, Communication, Public Relations and Advertising, and Arts, Tourism and Markets. Students from Royal Roads University can choose among the whole academic offer of IULM University (undergraduate and graduate courses). If you choose courses taught in Italian, IULM recommends a B1 level. An intensive Italian course is offered before the beginning of the semester. Current course information can be accessed here. Click "Erasmus and Exchange Students" to see links for the most up-to-date courses in English.
Students can also enroll in an Italian Language Course.
Students can choose from IULM Residence or find private accommodation independently. Visit Useful Information for details on accommodation.
- Fall Semester: September – February
- Exams: generally from January until the first week of February
- Spring Semester: February – June
- Exams: generally from the end of May until the beginning of July
Language of instruction
Areas of study
- Linguistic & Cultural Studies
- Public Relations & Advertising
- Tourism & Markets