Our seats

The Università degli Studi dell'Insubria is among the first Institutions in Italy that adopted a new organizational network model, with two main poles in Varese and Como under a single seal, symbolizing the historical and cultural link with the communities of its territory.

All the administrative, teaching and research activities take place in the seats of Varese (legal seat of the University), Como and Busto Arsizio.

Opening hours

The University Offices are, in general:

  • open from Monday to Friday
  • closed on Saturdays.

See also:

  • Campus Bizzozero
    • Via J.H. Dunant, 3
    • Via Monte Generoso, 71 
    • Padiglione Antonini – Via O. Rossi, 9
    • Padiglione Morselli – Via O. Rossi, 9 
    • Aule Seppilli – Via O. Rossi, 9
    • Collegio Cattaneo – Via J.H. Dunant 7
  • Via F. Guicciardini, 9 - 21100 Varese
    c/o Ospedale di Circolo
  • Via G. Piatti, 10 (località Velate) - 21100 Varese
  • Via Ravasi, 2 - 21100 Varese
  • Villa Toeplitz
    Viale G.B. Vico 46 (località Sant’Ambrogio) - 21100 Varese
  • Zona “S. Abbondio”
    • Chiostro di S. Abbondio
      via S. Abbondio, 12 - 22100 Como
    • Manicalunga
      Via Regina Teodolinda, 37 - 22100 Como
  • Via M.E. Bossi, 5 - 22100 Como
  • Zona “S. Martino”
    • Via Castelnuovo, 7 - 22100 Como
    • Via Valleggio, 11 - 22100 Como
    • Via Valleggio, 9 (Cubo)
  • Via F. Cavallotti, 5 - 22100 Como
  • Via A. da Giussano, 12 - 21052 Busto Arsizio (VA)
    c/o Molini Marzoli
  • Villa Manara
    Via L. Manara, 7 - 21052 Busto Arsizio (VA)
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Arriving at University of Insubria


If you are visiting our University, you will probably land at Milano Malpensa Airport.

The best way to reach Varese and Como is to take the direct train “Tilo” from the Malpensa airport to Varese and Como: the train line S40 Malpensa-Varese-Mendrisio-Como stops at Terminal 1 and 2 with 8 daily connections. You can as well take the “Malpensa Airport” train from the airport to the Saronno Railway Station: there you can catch the train to Varese and or Como. 

From Milano Malpensa to Busto Arsizio: take the direct train from the Airport.

Other International Airports not far from our University are: 



Varese and Como are a train ride away. The journey from Milano to Varese and from Milano to Como (and v.v.) takes approximately one hour.

From Varese to Busto Arsizio (and v.v.) there are trains which take approximately 30 minutes, at almost every half an hour from 5 am to 10 pm. You can take the train from Varese to reach Como and v.v. as well



It is possible to get to Como from Varese (and v.v.) by bus as well.

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