Events of national and international appeal, as well as the hosting of exhibitions and shows for the city, have confirmed IULM University's leading cultural role in our region.
Since the academic year 2010/2011 IULM University and the Fondazione Roma have promoted the 1st Level Master's Degree in Artistic and Cultural Resource Management, taught at the University's Rome campus.
Master’s Degree in Management of Artistic and Cultural Heritage
The agreement between IULM and ISPI - Institute of International Political Studies - provides for research and teaching activities as part of the Master's Degree in Communication for International Relations (MICRI) as well as the allocation of CFU/ECTS credits for IULM students attending ISPI short courses and diploma courses.
Second Cycle Degree Course in in Cultural Studies and International Relations - Cooperation and Professions for Europe.
With a view to using learning to bring people together and encouraging the cultural development of society, IULM sponsors La Milanesiana, a festival of cultural events held throughout the summer in Milan.
In the academic year 2009/2010 IULM University, in cooperation with the Triennale di Milano, reintroduced the 2nd Cycle degree course in Art, Cultural Heritage and the Management of their Markets, blending a theoretical approach with hands-on experience.
IULM University is a cultural partner for all the events and conventions organised by MiArt, the International Fair of Modern and Contemporary, which every year presents the works of internationally renowned artists.
With a view to developing knowledge and increasing awareness of studies on the imaginary, in 2007 the University established the UNESCO Chair in Cultural and Comparative Studies on the Imaginary, a meeting point for coordinating the various centres for studies on the imaginary spread throughout the world.
The agreement between IULM University of Milan and the International Telematic University UNINETTUNO covers the joint setting up of distance learning degree and master's courses, as well as high level professional specialisation and retraining courses. Cooperation started with the planning and realisation of the syllabus for the Degree course in Communication, Media and Advertising of the Faculty of Communication Sciences at UNINETTUNO.
The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations has a clear mandate: to support member countries in their efforts to ensure that people have regular access to enough high-quality food. FAO works in partnership with governments and other collaborators such as the academia and research institutions that are committed to achieving food security.
Partnering means reaching out to join forces, creating synergies and making the most of comparative advantages to eliminate hunger. Please visit the Partnerships with Academic page