Dal sito Time Higher education il world economic forum su twitter riprende le classifiche delle università mondiali La posizione delle Università milanesi ne ranking ci da una chiara indicazioen di dove siamo collocati nel ranking mondiale.Se a tratti queti voti possono sembrare brutti , d’altro canto possono essere da sporne e stimolo al cambiamentoil Polimi è 301° nella classifica mondiale del 2015 e 86° nella classifica relativa a Ingegneria e tecnologia:
The Polytechnic University of Milan was founded in 1863. It has three main campuses located in Milan (Milano Leonardo, Milano Bovisa Durando and Milano Bovisa La Masa-Lambruschini), the heart of the fashion and design industries, and five more premises around the Lombardy region. In 1987, the Politecnico Network led to the opening of the regional campuses of Como (1987) and Lecco (1989), and regional facilities in Cremona (1991), Mantova (1994) and Piacenza (1997), with the aim of establishing a more direct relationship with the students and interacting with the community’s local businesses. Many important scientists and architects studied and taught here, among them Achille Castiglioni, Gio Ponti, Renzo Piano and Aldo Rossi, both Pritzker prizewinners in 1990 and 1998 respectively, and Giulio Natta, who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1963. The university offers innovative programmes at all levels, within three schools of engineering, two schools of architecture and one school of design. Thanks to a strong internationalisation policy, many programmes are taught entirely in English, attracting an ever-increasing number of talented foreign students, who now form a diverse community from more than 100 different countries.
Milano Bicocca si colloca al 226° posto
The University of Milan-Bicocca was founded in 1998 and since then it has come a long way: the campus has grown, course offerings are more ample. The University of Milan-Bicocca is one of the most dynamic and research- and innovation-oriented Italian universities. Milan-Bicocca has created an extensive network including many world-famous universities, research centres and top corporations. The university itself is a well-organised complex: we have invested in teaching support services, state-of-the-art laboratories and modern infrastructures. The University of Milan-Bicocca campus has 32 university buildings, three libraries, four congress facilities, 195 modern classrooms, and 46 IT and 226 research labs. The campus includes also residence halls, canteens and cafeterias, theatres and cinemas, well-equipped sport facilities, study and leisure areas for more than 33,000 enrolled students.
La Statale si colloca al 276° posto
The University of Milan is a public teaching and research university, the only Italian university among the 21 prestigious members of the League of European Research Universities (LERU). With a teaching staff of about 2,200 tenured professors and with about 60,000 students, the University of Milan is the largest university in Lombardy, one of the most dynamic and internationally oriented EU. The University of Milan’s faculties offer a number of study programmes, which can be grouped into three macro-disciplinary areas: humanities, social sciences and law; medicine and healthcare; and natural sciences. The broad range of subjects taught, which currently consists of 65 undergraduate programmes, 54 master’s programmes, nine single-cycle programmes, 31 doctoral programmes, and several advanced vocational programmes, attracts students from Italy and the whole world. The university’s research and teaching activities have developed over the years and have received important international recognitions. The university’s main campus is located in a 15th-century monumental complex in the heart of Milan, a city with countless artistic points of interest in the north of Italy, known throughout the world for fashion, design, publishing, theatre, music, sports, food and its international trade fairs.