The EPS program is two years in duration. By default students spend the entire program at Milan but can apply (during the first year of EPS studies) to spend the second year abroad, completing a Double Degree.
No, the EPS program is for full-time, very demanding. We discourage a part-time attendance.
We receive over 250 applications per year. We accept up to 50 students per year.
EPS graduates work in global businesses, international organization, government agencies. Some others pursue an academic career doing doctoral research in prestigious universities or in eminent research centers. Please see the Careers & Placement for recent graduate destinations.
The annual fees vary from a minimum of 156 Euros to a maximum of 3.900 Euros to be paid in two instalments:
• the first, of 156 Euros, is the same for all students and must be paid by the date of enrollment (October 2018);
• the second, which varies according to the student’s family economic situation, must be paid by December 2019.
For the Academic year 2018/2019:
September 1st, 2018 for italian applicants and EU-citizens
June 30th, 2018 for International applicants who are non-EU citizens.
Follow the instructions on this page.
A GRE or GMAT is considered as an added value. Please find more here
Yes, all transcripts and recommendations must be in Italian or English. The Diploma must be translated and authenticated by the Italian Embassy in your country. You also need to ask for the Declaration of Value of your Diploma. See more
We do not accept transfer students during the academic year. If you want to move from your University to EPS, you must follow the application procedures. If you’ll be admitted, you’ll start as a first-year student. Nevertheless, your previous exams may be recognised as EPS exams.
Once you have submitted your application, the EPS Secretariat will be in contact with you to let you know if you’ll be invited for an interview via Skype or not. Please allow at least 2 weeks for us to reach a decision and contact you.
The selection call open every January-February. Please visit the dedicated section
Unfortunately, the EPS Secretariat cannot tell whether or not a student is sufficiently prepared prior to a review of his or her application. You can check the entry requirements and read the information available at this page.
Yes, the EPS program provides a solid basis for progression to doctoral work in policy analysis and research. Some of EPS graduates have pursued a PhD program in prestigious international
Yes, non-EU applicants must submit a pre-application at the Italian Embassy of their country of origin by June 2017. Please find more info here.
No, there is no any mandatory Italian test to pass.