Work & Live in Milan
Milan is a global destination to study, live and invest. The city offers a modern, sophisticated way of life in a safe, tolerant and open social and cultural environment. It is rich in job opportunities and has a thriving business environment, which makes Milan's regional GDP the second highest in all Europe (Eurostat, 2018). The city has 11 universities and academies, which admit over 200,000 new students each year. Investment-friendly, supportive, and international, Milan is home to over 4,500 multinationals, the Italian stock exchange and hosts more 1,800 innovative startups. Every year, it attracts hundreds of thousands of people during the Design Week and the Fashion Weeks.
Its quality of life is among the best in the world, with fancy housing at competitive prices, one of the most extended network of international schools in Europe, a state-of-the-art health system, a vibrant artistic and cultural environment, a unique food scene and an efficient public transport system, with short commuting times. The city hosts 28 museum and 37 theatres, as well as the most famous opera theatre in the world, La Scala. The local surroundings make living in Milano a very stimulating experience. The city is just 45 minutes away from the gorgeous Italian lakes, 125km North of the coast of Liguria and its wonderful maritime towns, and 175km away from the alpine ski resorts.