Milan as the center of the Lombardia region is the biggest city in Northern Italy and the second biggest one in Italy. Its population amounts to almost 1.4 million. Being the country’s biggest industrial center, it is said to be Italy’s economic capital. Today it is world famous for its fashion houses and its Opera House while in old times it was known for its gothic, all stone lace Cathedral and the Santa Maria delle Grazie Church where one finds Leonardo da Vinci‘s famous painting The Last Supper. Milan is also the city of contrasts where modernity, magnificence, and gleam intertwine with monuments and culture. It is the country’s financial and fashion center, the capital of fashion in addition to Paris, giving home to world famous designers like Prada, Armani or Versace. Its elegant boutiques attract just as many fashion fans as the city’s centuries old cultural treasures. The Milan Dome, La Scala or Leonardo da Vinci ‘s masterpiece The Last Supper, the Sforza Palace and Park, Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Brera are sights that leave no one wonder why Milan is the third most visited city of Italy after Rome and Venice. People arriving in Milan are welcome by the city’s beautiful architecture, neat parks, and on top of that several wine and gastronomical experiences, design, fashion, and international exhibitions and fairs, and naturally the unmissable Italian ice-cream, original cappuccino… not to speak about the positive attitude and hospitality of Italian people. Milan as Northern Italy’s economic center boasts with hundreds of thousands of workplaces; global companies, factories, industrial, commercial and agricultural production units, hotel chains, catering units, IT and logistics centers are awaiting those spending their professional practice here.