Milan is the capital city of the Lombardy region and is Italy's second most populous metropolitan area (just behind Rome)! It has global strengths in the arts, commerce, education, entertainment, fashion, finance, research, and last but not least, healthcare. The city-slicker will find themselves in paradise among top-tier boutiques, cafes, and restaurants. However, with its mix of modern and traditional, anyone can find a reason to stay and enjoy Milan. Given the central location and ease of travel, a ticket to Milan can easily turn into a European adventure you'll never forget!
Spring Sessions (To Be Confirmed)
Mar. 6, 2021 – Mar. 12, 20211 Week$2,999Open
Mar. 13, 2021 – Mar. 19, 20211 Week$2,999Open
Mar. 6, 2021 – Mar. 19, 20212 Weeks$3,999Open
Summer Sessions (To Be Confirmed)
May. 15, 2021 – Jun. 4, 20213 Weeks$5,499 - $5,999Open
Jun. 5, 2021 – Jun. 25, 20213 Weeks$5,499 - $5,999Open
Jun. 26, 2021 – Jul. 16, 20213 Weeks$5,499 - $5,999Open
Jul. 17, 2021 – Aug. 6, 20213 Weeks$5,499 - $5,999Open
Apply today to reserve your spot in a program! Please note: exact dates and prices will be confirmed in Fall 2020. If sessions are modified or canceled, students may transfer to new programs or receive a refund up until March 1st (for summer) or January 6th (for spring). Listed dates and price ranges are based on 2018-2020 programs. All fees include an initial $900 non-refundable deposit to secure your spot.
Although you won’t go without inspiration in the style department, Milan isn’t just about fashion. It was first settled in the year 400 and was an important hub for trade throughout the middle ages and into modern times. As a fast paced metropolis, Milan mixes old world and new, with classic architecture like the Il Duomo cathedral, the Castello Sforzesco, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, and La Scala showing up strong for must-see Italian cultural icons. It is also a major transportation hub and will get you easily to any of the other European cities you plan to visit while abroad.
Milan has long been recognized as a beacon for healthcare, and we are lucky to partner with two of the top hospitals that the city has to offer: Grande Ospedale Metropolitano Niguarda and San Raffaele.
A leading Italian general hospital in Milan, Niguarda Hospital is focused on integrating different medical disciplines and technologies to provide the best healthcare for its population. Inaugurated in 1939, and now with 1,167 beds and over 4,000 professionals, this hospital services 2.5 million outpatients per year with 93,000 ER admissions per year. It is also equipped with an emergency department and trauma center, as well as cancer, transplant, cardio, and mother-child centers.
The San Raffaele Hospital is a university hospital situated in Segrate, the Province of Milan, Italy. It was founded in 1969 and is situated to the northeast of Milan. It is a clinical, scientific, university institution of international importance and specialization for several diseases. The issue of molecular medicine has always been the distinguishing feature of this institution that has focused on understanding the molecular processes and medical applications of molecular biology findings in order to develop innovative therapies for diseases and for the development of technologies in the field of genomics and medical imaging. A wide variety of specialties are offered at the San Raffaele Hospital, with this special focus on molecular medicine. The hospital is accessible through public transportation through the metro and the bus systems, as well as by taxi.
The best gelato...
Cioccolatitaliani. Say that five times fast! This famous gelato shop is loved by tourists and Atlantis students alike, and is located close to the city center. You know what they say, "an Italian gelato a day keeps the doctor away." Maybe not quite, but you're not there to avoid doctors, right? Keep a tally of how many times you stop here, and let us know!