Typically students live in one of Bocconi Residence Halls or find an apartment on their own. If you are interested in finding a private apartment, with Italians or other exchange students, you can find a list of rooms/apartments available on the notice boards around the Bocconi buildings (Via Sarfatti, 25 and Piazza Sraffa, 13).
The process of finding an apartment or a room can often be difficult. We recommend that you book a temporary accommodation for at least a couple of days.
The research of a private accommodation is done by the students autonomously. Bocconi is not taking care of nor is responsible for the students' search.
At this link you can find a list of websites for apartment hunting, hostels and private residences.
The housing opportunities listed at the above link are by no means managed and/or guaranteed by Bocconi University.
A good source of information about off campus housing in Milan can come from current and former exchange students. You can connect with them through our Facebook page or you may want to ask your home university coordinators if they can share their contact information.
The areas close to Bocconi campus where you can look for an apartment are: Bocconi, Viale Bligny, Porta Romana, Lodi, Crocetta, 24 Maggio, Porta Ticinese, Navigli and Porta Genova.