Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore


Milan , Rome



The University was founded in 1921 by Agostino Gemelli abd has now become the largest private University in Italy. As an overtly Catholic institution, it is proud of not only its academic record but also its focus on students’ “moral and human development.”

Over 41,000 students are currently enrolled at its five Campuses, located in Milan, Brescia, Piacenza-Cremona, Campobasso and Rome. The university comprises the following twelve faculties: Agriculture; Arts and Philosophy; Banking, Finance and Insurance Sciences; Economics; Economics and Law; Education; Modern Languages and Foreign Literature; Law; Mathematics, Physics  and Natural Sciences; Medicine and Surgery; Political and Social Sciences and Psychology.

Medicine & Surgery is taught on the Rome Campus where over 5,000 students follow programmes in medicine, health science, biotechnology and health management.

In the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016,  every discipline offered by the university is ranked in the top 200 in the world, or higher.

Courses offered through English


A limited number of rooms are reserved for foreign students in University College residences