The University of Milan-Bicocca was founded in 1998 and since then it has come a long way: the campus has grown, course offerings are more ample. The University of Milan-Bicocca is one of the most dynamic and research- and innovation-oriented Italian universities. Milan-Bicocca has created an extensive network including many world-famous universities, research centres and top corporations. The university itself is a well-organised complex: we have invested in teaching support services, state-of-the-art laboratories and modern infrastructures. The University of Milan-Bicocca campus has 32 university buildings, three libraries, four congress facilities, 195 modern classrooms, and 46 IT and 226 research labs. The campus includes also residence halls, canteens and cafeterias, theatres and cinemas, well-equipped sport facilities, study and leisure areas for more than 33,000 enrolled students.