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  • WELCOME WEEK

    EVENTS GUIDE

    2014

    EXCHANGE STUDENTS

  • WELCOME TOPOLITECNICO DI MILANO!

    Congratulations! Youre now officially admitted to Politecnico di Milano! Our university was found-ed in 1863, and nowadays it scores as one of the best fifty technical universities in the world, the first among Italian schools. All you need to do now is plan your trip to Italy and take care of the last administrative requirements. In order to make the best out of your first week in Milan, we have organ-ized a Welcome Week, in which we have concen-trated all the things you should take care of upon your arrival. Hope youll enjoy it!

    international exchange office

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    A daily schedule of all events witha description. Be careful to check

    where you have to go.

    The last section includes a map of the underground lines and has some pages where you can take notes.

    This section has informative boxes giving you an in-depth description of the most interesting activities.

    EXTRAS pg. 40

    PROGRAMME pg. 18 ACTIVITIES pg. 28

    Introduction - How to use the guide & Summary

    The guide is divided into four sections: event (a focus on the welcome week), loca-tions (where it takes place, and how to get there), programme (timetable of the week) and activities (focuses on what you will do).At the end of the guideyou will also find some useful extra contents.

    Be sure to check campus and room you should reach every day.

    All events foresee the participation of stu-dents studying in both Milano Leonardo and Bovisa campuses and are free of charge.On some days Bovisa and Leonardo Stu-dents will be required to participate in spe-cific events located in different campuses.

    It is compulsory to register to some of the special events. Please check and procede if youre interested!

    This section is an introduction to the Welcome Week: it describes what it is, what you are going

    to do and the aim of the event.

    This section presents the two campuses: Milano Bovisa and Milano Leonardo. You will find how

    to get there using public transports, and you will also have a map with the different rooms

    youll have to go to during the week.

    THE EVENT pg. 4

    LOCATIONS pg. 8

    TIPS TO READTHE GUIDE

  • Section One

    Welcome Week

    Politecnico di Milano

    29.0

    9 - 0

    2.10

    2014

    The Event

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    HAVE A LOOKAT SOME PICTURES OFTHE PASTEDITION

    All photos were taken by Polimi Photolab: they have

    realized a video of the week as well, look at it!

    The Event - Welcome Week

    ABOUT THE WEEKWhy should youtake part in the

    Welcome Week?

    We have organized a Welcome Week from September 29 to Oc-tober 2, in which we have concentrated all the things you should take care of upon on your arrival. Taking part in the Welcome Week is the best way to be supported in carrying out all admin-istrative procedures necessary to complete official enrollment to Politecnico di Milano, apply for a residence permit and complete the yearly study plan. It is a way to learn about important services each student can take advantage of during his/her stay and to get to know students, professors, facilities and the city of Milan in a friendly and informal way.

    The Welcome Week and in particular the Final Event foresees a number of games and sports activities, a happy hour and live concert; all new international students enrolling in any of the Politecnico di Milano campuses will be there, from exchange to MSc Students. The student associations have contibuted to the organization of the Welcome Week, especially to the free time activities and final event.

  • Section Two

    Welcome Week

    Politecnico di Milano

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    Locations

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    via Ampere

    via Villani

    via Bonardi

    via

    Cel

    oria

    via Pascoli

    viale Romagna

    via Pacinivia

    Spin

    oza

    PIAZZALE PIOLA

    PIAZZA LEONARDO

    DA VINCI

    BUILDING 3

    BUILDING1

    BUILDING2

    3

    1

    2

    CAMPUSLEONARDO

    Locations - Leonardo Campus

    HOW TO GETTO LEONARDOCAMPUS

    The historical build-ings of Politecnico di Milano are located in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32.

    TUBE LINE M2

    TRAM 23 - 33

    BUS 90 - 91

    1

    2

    3

    The tube stop is Piola on line 2. When you get off take the left-side exit and go straight on to via Villani then cross via Bonardi and you will be in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci.

    Take the tram 23 or 33 and stop in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci-Via Ampere, you will be in front of Politecnico.

    Get off in Viale Ro-magna-Piazzale Piola, cross via Bonardi and you will be in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci.

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    VIA GOLGI 20AULA L 26.11

    VIA GOLGI 40AULE D

    LAMBRATESTATION

    via Peroni

    via Bassini

    via Bassini

    via Grossich

    via Pacini

    via Pacini

    via Golgi

    via Peroni

    Locations - Leonardo Campus

    AULA L 26.11

    AULA DE DONATO

    AULE D

    To reach Aule D take M2 green line and get off at the stop Lam-brate or take a train to Lambrate Station. Exit the station and walk straight on via Pacini, then turn left in via Grossich and go straight for 700 meters. You will find Aule D on your left at no. 40 in via Golgi.

    Follow the same instructions to reach Aule D, youll find Edificio 26 on your left at no. 20 in via Golgi.

    Aula de Donato is located in Piazza Leonardo da Vinci 32 (see page 10). Enter the campus and go right, Aula de Donato is located in Building number 3, ground floor.

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    NORDBOVISA

    POLITECNICO

    PIAZZA BAUSAN

    CAMPUSBOVISA

    via Candiani via Candiani

    via Durando

    via Bovisasca

    via Bovisasca

    via Andreoli

    piazzaAlfieri

    via Im

    bria

    ni

    1

    2

    Locations - Bovisa Campus

    HOW TO GETTO BOVISACAMPUS

    The campus is located in Via Giovanni Durando 10, in a dis-trict called Bovisa,in the north of Milan.

    PASSANTE1

    2 BUS 92 - TRAM 2

    Take the passante ferroviario (railway station) blue line. The stop is Bovisa Politecnico. Exit the station and go left down the stairs, cross the parking lot and reach Via Andreoli. Go straight for 250 meters and you will have the campus in front of you.

    Take the bus line 92 or the tram line 2 and get off in Piazza Bau-san. Go straight for 150 meters crossing the Square and you will find the campus on your right.

  • 1716

    EDIFICIO B2CT 16 - CT 18

    via

    Dur

    ando

    STUDESK

    AULADE CARLI EDIFICIO B8

    CT 54

    Locations - Bovisa Campus

    CT 16 - CT 18

    STUDESK

    AULA DE CARLI

    CT 54

    Go straight for 5 meters after crossing the entrance in via Durando, then turn left and youll be in front of building B2.

    Go straight on after having crossed the entrance in via Duran-do for 50 meters, you will have the office on your right.

    Turn left after having crossed the entrance in Via Durando and go straight on, youll find Aula de Carli in front of you.

    Turn left after having crossed the entrance in Via Durando, then go right until you see a yellow building (Edificio B8), CT 54is inside it.

  • Section Three

    Welcome Week

    Politecnico di Milano

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    Programme

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    Programme - Day one

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    WHERE

    SEPTEMBER

    MONDAY

    ALLSTUDENTS

    ALL DAY

    Aula Carlo de Carli,Campus Bovisa(go back to page 16)

    9.00

    9.30

    10.30

    11.00

    11.15

    11.45

    12.15

    14.00

    20.00

    Students registration and distribution of the Welcome Kit

    Welcome and presentation of events of the Welcome Week 2014

    Welcome speech by prof. Azzone,Rector of Politecnico di Milano

    Coffee Break

    Students views: city and univer-sity through the eyes of student associations

    Presentation of the studentassociations

    Free time for lunch

    Lecture: Residence permit and Health Care for international students

    Happy Hour organized by Eseg Student Association at Bar Magenta, meeting point Piazza Cadorna under the colourful monument

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    30

    WHERE

    SEPTEMBER

    TUESDAY

    MORNING

    Aula De Donato,Campus Leonardo(go back to page 12)

    AFTERNOON

    Aula CT 18, CT 54Campus Bovisa(go back to page 16)

    10.00 Integration: workshop on culture shock and integration, registration is compulsory (page 30)

    9.30 Presentation of library services

    13.00 Free time for lunchin the afternoon your meeting will be in Campus Bovisa, use this free time to move there

    14.00 Campus Bovisa Tour (page 31)

    14.30 Architecture students: meeting with academic advisors(Campus Bovisa, Aula CT 18)Design students: meeting with studesk design (CT 54)

    17.00 City Walking Tour: organised by student associations, meeting point Castello Sforzesco (page 32)

    19.30 Happy Hour organized by ESN student associations, at Barcone Caf via Scoglio di Quarto 3

    BOVISASTUDENTS

    Programme - Day two

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    WHERE

    SEPTEMBER

    TUESDAY

    MORNING

    Aula De Donato,Campus Leonardo(go back to page 12)

    AFTERNOON

    Aula D.0.3Campus Leonardo(go back to page 12)

    10.00 Integration: workshop on culture shock and integration, registration is compulsory (page 30)

    9.30 Presentation of library services

    13.00 Free time for lunchin the afternoon your meeting will be in Aula D.0.3, use this free time to move there

    14.30 Meeting with Double Degree Students (aula D.0.3)

    17.00 City Walking Tour: orga