The Alumni are very willing to speak openly about their experience and you can meet them in forums and infosessions.
There are more than 9,000 MBA and Master Alumni worldwide. The Alumni are one of the greatest assets of business schools and being part of the Alumni network is one of the life-long benefits of joining an MBA Program. The community of SDA Bocconi MBA Alumni is widespread, and is now connected on the global level through Bocconi Alumni Association which brings together all University, MBA and Master Alumni.
SDA Bocconi does not provide on-campus accommodation. But there is a good variety of reasonably priced housing in the area: apartment, hotel or residence.
The usual solution is to rent a room or an apartment in the area. There is an external consultant as well, who'll help you find accommodation in a very short time.
If you prefer a residence or a hotel, there are various possibilities, some of which are within easy reach of the school and offer special rates for Bocconi students.
We suggest you take a look at the notice boards of Università Bocconi and of the other universities in Milan (Università Statale, Politecnico and Università Cattolica).
Other good sources of information are Easy Milano Easy Milano (a magazine available in many bars), "Secondamano" and "PiùCase" (newspapers issued daily from Monday to Friday and available at all news-stands), as well as the Internet Affitti.
You need to be quick in making your phone calls as available apartments disappear fast, especially in September
For information and bookings call
In short: Bocconi Library, gym, bookstore, several cafeterias and restaurants inside and outside Bocconi University, language laboratory.
Masters participants can count on the resources and facilities of Bocconi Library, which has over 700,000 volumes and more than 6,500 periodical titles and is one of the largest specialised business and management libraries in the world.
The facilities also include a Language Centre, where a number of languages can be practiced from beginner to advanced level. Among these: English, French, German, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Chinese, Arabic and Italian.
The School does offer language courses, but these are usually not part of a Master program.
So, it's up to you to decide whether or not to attend these courses.