Incoming students

UNIUMA is the Higher Education Institution of Società Umanitaria, one of the most ancient Institutions based in the heart of Milan, which has distinguished itself for over a hundred years for philanthropic initiatives combining emancipation and culture and which proposes itself as an academic reference on the national and international scene through the quality of its teachers and the deep-rooted experience in the field of training.

UNIUMA is a private university recognised by the Italian Ministry of Education and it offers several BA courses in Language Mediation. Our students can obtain a BA in Language Mediation choosing from a variety of curricula: Diplomacy, Tourism and International Business, Marketing, Criminology and Multiculture Communication. 

INCOMING Online Learning Agreement:

UNIUMA has joined the Erasmus Without Paper Dashboard. This online platform is available to all Higher Education Institutions in Europe and was designed specifically for institutions that are currently not using any digital solution to manage their Erasmus mobility management.
It is a free-to-use tool providing the basic functionality needed to manage the mobility processes of Erasmus+. It also connects to the European Commission’s Erasmus+ Mobile App, allowing incoming and outgoing students to manage their mobility directly via the App.

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Students with Special Needs

UNIUMA welcomes applications from disabled students.

Disabled students can rely on the support service offered by our institute and students who need psychological support are equally invited to contact us. Services can be requested by students who are planning to spend a semester or a year at UNIUMA. The International Relations Office will make sure that all students have proper access while pursuing their studies at UNIUMA and are able to participate fully in the university life.

Our institution is based in the city centre of Milan (ten minutes walk from the Duomo). Milan is also a strategic location for European students wishing to make the most of their learning experience in Italy. In fact cities like Venezia, Trieste, Bologna, Mantova, Ferrara, Milano, Torino, Roma and Napoli where you can find renowned universities and libraries, are easily reached by train or bus.

Incoming students are encouraged to ask the coordinator ( for information and advice.