10 students | 10 stories, the fundraising campaign organized by the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano, intends to fund 10 talented students in need to realize their dream: to study Management Engineering at the Politecnico di Milano.
We call to support all Alumni of Management Engineering and all friends of the Department who believe in the ability of the School of Management to have a positive impact on the world of the future.
Every year the number of students enrolling in Management Engineering grows: a multidisciplinary training path, challenging but rewarding and highly appreciated by the professional world.
Many others would like to do so but cannot afford the expenses that this choice entails, not least the cost of living in Milan. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the problem, putting a strain on the resilience of our economic system.
Management Engineering prepares students to be protagonists of innovation and change, combining the scientific rigor of methods and theories with the continuous search for a positive impact for the whole community.
By supporting deserving students, we will contribute together to the creation of the next generation of competent and responsible professionals.
Students at Politecnico study while flying. Support them by getting back P92DAER in the sky: plane, classroom and lab, a one of a kind project!
The fundraising campaign in memoriam of Marco Seclì is aimed at supporting students of Mathematical Engineering of our University living outside Milan and commuting everyday in the city to study.
Dynamis PRC is the Formula Student team of Politecnico di Milano. Consisting of more than one hundred engineering students each year, the team designs and builds a formula-style racing prototype. It ranks as the first Italian team and fourth in the world in the combustion category. In 2020 the team switched to a fully electric prototype, obtaining a third place in Formula Student Online, the replacement event organized to make up for the lack of physical races.
The team of Politecnico di Milano participates in the first car race for autonomous vehicles
39 universities from 11 different countries will partecipate in the Indy Autonomous Challenge. 1.5 million dollars to be won by programming the sportscar Dallara IL_15.