Your bright future is our mission!
Our Hall of Residence is a culturally vibrant and stimulating environment!
1 The safety of our guests comes first.
2 Hours: freedom and responsibility.
3 We create networks of people.
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Our Educational Plan
Our Educational Plan follows the guidelines of our work in the Halls of Residence for students, educators (directors, spiritual advisers and tutors) and workers, each to the extent of their skills and duties.
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The most frequently asked questions
YES. The knowledge of Italian language is not an essential requirement. Communication will be done in English (spoken by staff and students). The Colleges hosts students coming from all over the world.
Yes. The building entrance is monitored by reception, which is open from 8/9 am to midnight seven days a week.
The building is equipped with a video-surveillance system to keep intruders out. For security purposes, all visitors must submit valid identification when they enter the building.
Anti-Covid protocols are in place at all halls of residence, with all the related hygienic measures (hand sanitisers and mandatory face masks)
No, there is no doctor present in the hall of residence. We recommend choosing your own doctor in Milan.
Life in the hall of residence is based on two principles: freedom and responsibility. There are hours and precise rules that establish the kind of conduct required in the hall of residence.
Every student is required to sign and follow the Educational Pact, which governs their conduct in the building. It is based on mutual respect and outlines the commitments that every student must uphold in order to be able to stay at the Hall of Residence.
No. There are protocols that they must follow when coming in and going out. To ensure the safety of guests and the security of the hall of residence, all arrivals and departures are logged.
YES, WITH SOME LIMITATIONS. All your visitors must register when they arrive and may only remain in the common areas and during the day.
The Hall of Residence hosts young men and women both. The beds in the double rooms are assigned to students of the same sex or to siblings.