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Study Law in Milan

Nov 18, 2022 | Study

Study law is a very courageous decision. It is in fact one of the most challenging and complicated degree courses in the university field.

Every year throughout Italy thousands of students enrol in Law but on average only just over 30% graduate and more than 80% of those enrolled are out of the course.

A student who decides to embark on this path must therefore have clear ideas and a strong motivation to go all the way.

Certainly, choosing the right university can help you tackle the five years of study more productively.

The best universities in Milan for the Faculty of Law

Milan has a wide university offer in this field of study, both in public and private universities.

Study Law in Milan may be ideal for those who want to undertake this degree course.

Also for the year 2022, Censis has updated the ranking of the best state and private universities in Italy and we see that the Lombard capital continues to be one of the main cities with excellent universities.

But let’s see together which are the best universities in Milan

Milano Bocconi

Milan Bocconi, with a score of 109.5, continues to be the best university not only in Milan, but nationwide.

The School of Law allows students to acquire a solid preparation in the field of law. Guaranteeing access to the traditional legal professions, thanks to a rigorous, international training and providing a solid economic-managerial background that is indispensable for operating in today’s legal world.

Bocconi’s School of Law is affiliated with the following training programmes:

  • Bachelor of Law, five-year single-cycle degree programme
  • Bachelor in Global Law – in English
  • LLM in Law of Internet Technology – in English
  • LLM in European Business and Social Law – in English
  • MDT – Master in Corporate Tax Law
  • Postgraduate course for Legal Counsel
  • Postgraduate School for the Legal Professions

Bocconi proves to be the top university, studying here guarantees excellent preparation and is ideal for motivated students with great potential.

but how much does it cost to study at Bocconi

However, the annual tuition fee is certainly not among the cheapest. 

For those enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree course, a financial investment of € 13,130 per year is required.

However, Università Bocconi has always pursued a policy of investment in support of the most motivated and brightest students, activating a system of concessions based on both merit and economic conditions.

But there is not only Bocconi, Milan has such a wide range on offer that even among the State Universities one can find excellent law degree courses.

UNIMI – Università degli Studi di Milano Statale e UNIMIB – Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca

Both obtained a score of 97.5, making them the 6th best universities in Italy for the Faculty of Law.

Both courses do not have a closed number of students but in order to matriculate, one must take the Assessment test.

During the five years, the universities provide, in addition to traditional lectures, seminars, numerous English-language lectures and a wide choice of education abroad alongside exchanges under the Erasmus + programme.

La Cattolica di Milano

Finally, among the best private universities is Cattolica University, which stands out for the more direct relationship established with professors and a less dispersed environment than a state university.

The Faculty of Law of the Università Cattolica was founded in 1924, making it one of the first in the university.   It is divided into two degree courses: a single-cycle degree course in Law, lasting five years, and a three-year degree course in Legal Services.

Admission to the Faculty’s degree courses is in chronological order, without an admission test.

But how much does it cost to study law at cattolica University?

The tuition fee is determined on the basis of family income. Every year, approximately 3,000 students, based on merit and financial conditions, are exempted from paying university fees, while 4,000 gain access to additional financial benefits.


Milan once again presents itself as a city that offers many solutions for those who decide to study Law. 

Of the four that we have listed, Bocconi certainly continues to maintain its supremacy as the best university, but La Cattolica and the two State Universities are also equally competitive and offer a very valid study plan. 

All that is left for you to do is to decide on your university and start your studies among the most competitive but certainly stimulating and fundamental for your future professional career. 

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