Politecnico di Milano is partner of the following outstanding international networks:
IDEA League is a strategic alliance among leading European technical universities: ETH-Zurich, TU-Delft, RWTH Aachen, Chalmers University and Politecnico di Milano. The goal of the alliance is to strengthen the links between technology, science and society. IDEA League promotes programmes and projects for students, researchers, faculties and staff of the partner Universities in order to enhance their competences and skills.
Alliance4Tech is a strategic alliance founded by CentraleSupélec, Politecnico di Milano, Technische Universität Berlin and University College London, aiming at the creation of a European Campus without borders for their students and faculties. Alliance4Tech connects four institutions of excellence, located in the economic heart of Europe, different in culture and traditions but united by a passion for technological innovation.
UNITECH International Society is a non-profit association which brings together 8 outstanding technical European universities and 18 multinational companies. The aim of the association is to offer engineering students a study abroad experience in one of the partner universities and internships with a high technical and educational content in one of its partner companies.
T.I.M.E. (Top Industrial Managers Europe) association brings together 53 leading European and international technical universities with the aim of providing double degree opportunities in engineering at Master of Science level, through bilateral agreements among members.
MEDes is a network of 7 leading European Schools of design: Politecnico di Milano, Aalto University, Köln International School of Design, The Glasgow School of Art, Konstfack University College of Arts - Stockholm, ENSCI Les Ateliers, University of Aveiro. The goal of the network is to provide design students with a multidisciplinary education, based on the different cultural, professional and social contexts of the partner institutions.
Magalhães Association is a network of 35 major European and Latin American technical universities. It promotes the mobility of students of engineering and architecture between partner universities, through the signature of bilateral agreements.
Pegasus is a network of 20 partner universities in the field of aeronautics and space engineering. The aim of the association is to encourage international mobility among its members through Erasmus agreements. The network also promotes placements abroad, with a high technical and educational content, in aerospace companies.
Global Engineering Education Exchange (E3) is a consortium of 37 universities in the United States of America and 39 universities in the rest of the world, which provides an excellent study abroad experience for engineering students at universities members of the network.
Athens is an association of more than 20 outstanding European technical universities, which offers engineering students the opportunity to attend intensive technical and scientific courses offered by partner institutions to deepen their knowledge in specific areas or get closer to new ones.
QTEM Quantitative Techniques for Economics and Management is a prestigious international network that matches the best students with analytical and quantitative skills and a qualified network of academic and corporate partners. Selected students can benefit from a tremendous chance of growth, enriching their cultural and academic background and moving the first step in the creation of worldwide network. QTEM Students are awarded a Master's degree at their home university along with the QTEM degree.