Per agevolare l’insediamento a Lecco degli studenti e ricercatori segnaliamo alcune informazioni pratiche.

Come arrivare a Lecco:

  • in aereo: dagli aeroporti di Milano Linate (60 km) e Milano Malpensa (90 km) e dall’aeroporto di Bergamo-Orio (40 km) al Serio e collegamenti in bus/treno per Lecco
  • in treno: dalla stazione di Milano Centrale e Milano Porta Garibaldi collegamenti orari con la stazione ferroviaria di Lecco
  • in auto: da Milano percorrere la SS36 fino a Lecco, da Bergamo SS671 e successivamente SS342.

Dove alloggiare a Lecco:

Maggiori informazioni sul territorio lecchese:

The Politecnico di Milano Lecco Campus was ideated in 1989 thanks to the collaboration between the University and the Institutions in the districts. It answers to the need of having a technologic branch able to combine the excellence of the most important technical university in Italy with the peculiarities of a specific area that is rich with companies and activities.

The new Campus was completed in 2013. Shared and backed by the whole community, it is a strategic intervention closely connected to the local productive context and with a strong international vocation. The University residence was completed in March 2015, making Lecco one of the first examples of Campus in Anglosaxon fashion in Italy.

The line of development for the Lecco Campus in the present and in the upcoming years will be an enhancement of research thanks to the presence of CNR (the National Research Council). Already in 2007, an agreement was signed to ratify the its establishment inside the Lecco Campus, with its own building for offices and research laboratories.

Key elements of said agreement are the sharing of laboratories between the two institutions to create sinergies to rationalize investments, to create inter-institutional teams and to offer a single interface for companies and institutions.

Opened in 2013 40.000 m2 2.000+ students 27 classrooms

229 computers 28 labs

Library with reading room, multimedia room, bar

200+ beds for students e researchers (ready in 2015)

20 kW with solar panels