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Environmental Change and Global Sustainability
Schedule of ECGS classes

Please note that the schedule is different from the one you find in the app “lezioniunimi”.

This is because in the app you do not find the lessons that are provided only on-line.

Links to ECGS Zoom or MS Teams meetings

Please find the links to ECGS Zoom or MS Teams meetings on the Ariel pages of ECGS courses.

Access to Ariel sites of ECGS courses for students that did not yet enrol

Students that did not yet enrol have to be allowed to access to Ariel sites of ECGS courses. Please send an email to:

roberto.ambrosini@unimi.it for access to the site of Approaches to the Study of Ecological Systems

giovanni.naldi@unimi.it for access to the site of Quantitative Methods

francesco.ficetola@unimi.it for access to the site of Biodiversity Dynamics and Conservation

francesco.bosello@unimi.it for access to the site of Environmental Economics and Policy

Students returning to campus will enjoy the following dedicated services:

  • a video training course on anti-Covid safety rules
  • new functions on the portal and in the timetable app to reserve seats in classrooms and libraries
  • a lancing kit to be collected at the University.
ECGS classes: first semester - academic year 2020-2021

ECGS crash courses will start August 31st; ECGS regular classes will start September 28th.

Crash courses will be provided on-line only.

Regular classes will be organised in a blended form, which means that classes will be held in person, but students can join them also on-line. All lectures will also be recorded and will be available by means of Milan University Ariel application.

Classes schedule will be published on ECGS web site at the beginning September.

Programme quality
Find out what it is and how to participate

Students and teachers participate in programme quality policies through regular monitoring and assessment activities based on indicators provided by the Ministry of Education (MIUR).

As Quality Assurance policies and procedures are student-centred. Inline with this the University has provided a training course divided into 4 modules for the students of the University.

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