European Province

Our home in Milan


The HOME, run by the Religious of Mary Immaculate, welcomes 124 girls aged 18 to 26 on a half-board basis from September to June. They may find themselves far from their families for their studies or their entry into the working world.

More than mere accommodation, our home offers a friendly family atmosphere conducive to studying in a Christian environment where the organisation and activities offered – which focuses on active participation and awareness of the common good – allows for responsibility, friendship and collaboration, through the involvement of everyone in the daily life of the community.

The sisters collaborate in the integral development of each young woman, offering also the possibility of maturing in the Christian faith for those who wish.


Admission criteria
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Application & prices

Admission criteria, rules and life in the house

Covid-19 period: new rules added to the regulations

Where we are and how to find us  ?

Via Feltre, 73 – 20134 MILANO

MEtro : Ligne 2 (GREEN) > Stop UDINE (When coming from Duomo, change at LORETO)

Bus : 55, 925, 75, 175, 53


  • By car: From the motorway, exit 8a towards Lambrate (then via Rombon /via Passo Rolle / via Feltre)
  • By train: Train stations (Lambrate: 15 min walk or 1 metro station / Centrale: 5 metro stations /other stations on the green line: Cadorna, Garibaldi…)
  • By bus: Bus stations San Donato Lampugnano (with change at Cadorna: 40 mn), San Donato (1 metro change: 30-40 mn)
  • By plane: Linate airport (10 min by car / 30 min by public transport)Malpensa and Orio al Serio (Bergamo) airports: direct shuttle from the Central Station (total: 1h15)


MONDAY/TUESDAY 06.30-23.00

WEDNESDAY 06.30-24.00


SATURDAY 06.30-24.30


(Reception hours are reduced during school holidays and other “special” periods).


Monday to Friday:

  • Breakfast 45-8.30
  • Dinner 8pm


  • Breakfast 6:45-8:30
  • Lunch:15pm

Sunday and holidays:

  • Breakfast 8:00-9:30
With you in mind

What's included?

Half board


Ensuite or Corridor showers and toilets

Daily maintenance of common areas

Laundry room with washing machine and dryer


Central heating

Chapel and oratory

TV rooms, small living rooms

Study rooms

Drinks dispenser


Party/games room

Parking for cars and bikes

Dining room and small kitchens

Bed linen not provided.

Each girl is responsible for the upkeep of her room.


What's nearby?

Links to main activities :

- Politecnico di Milano – PoliMi

  • campus LEONARDO (Città Studi)
    Metro line 2 GREEN, stop PIOLA (15 mn) [2 stations] / 10 mn by bicycle
  • campus BOVISA
    Metro line 2 GREEN, stop GARIBALDI + PASSANTE” [2 stations], stop BOVISA (35 mn)

- Università degli Studi di Milano - UniMi "La Statale"

  • campus CITTÀ STUDI
    Metro line 2 GREEN, stop PIOLA (15 min) [2 stations] / 10 min by bicycle
    Metro line 2 GREEN, stop LORETO + ligne RED, stop SAN BABILA (30 min)

- Università degli Studi di Milano - UniMib “La Bicocca”

Metro line 2 GREEN, stop GARIBALDI+ Line LILAS, stop BICOCCA (30-35 min)

- Università Vita e Salute San Raffaele

Bus 925 (15 min)

- Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

Metro line 2 GREEN, stop SANT’AMBROGIO (25 min)

- BRERA Academy

Metro line 2 GREEN, stop LANZA (30 min)

- Art school MOHOLE

LAMBRATE – walk (14 min)


Metro line 2 GREEN, stop ROMOLO (35-40 min)


Metro line 2 GREEN, stop ROMOLO (40-45 min)


Metro line 2 GREEN, stop ROMOLO + bus 91 (50 min)

- Università Bocconi

Metro line 2 GREEN, stop PORTA GENOVA + bus 9 / 91 (50 min)


Supermarkets (Esselunga, U2…), post office, banks and ATMs, pharmacies (Santa Chiara, Palmanova…), medical laboratory, stationery shops, hairdresser, bar-tobacco, mobile phone shops (2 to 7 minutes’ walk)

Parks, fast-food restaurants, pizzerias, ice-cream parlours, pastry shops, restaurants, hotels, sports/fitness centres, schools, parishes, etc. (1 to 6 minutes’ walk)

Bus and metro stops (1 to 7 min walk), Train station (15 min walk or 1 metro stop)

Get moving, discover


Culture / Courses

Language courses (Spanish, English…), photography courses, discussion evenings, conferences, visits, first aid, and other activities

Spiritual activities / human formation 

Prayer groups, human and spiritual guidance, Christian formation, retreats and spiritual exercises, prayer vigils, activities with other young people of the diocese, animation of Mass and songs, Mindfulness, Easter for young people in Rome (Holy Week), pilgrimage to Compostela, and other pastoral activities…

Animation / sport 

Social Comittee, carnival, guitar, Glee Club/singing and theatre (Christmas recital and end of year party)…
Gymnastics, Zumba, Just dance…
Table football, ping-pong, football tournaments…
Excursions and weekends in the mountains…

Social / Mission

Food bank collection, food distribution to the homeless, language courses for foreigners, volunteering and other solidarity initiatives.



Take their word for it


Milan home


    Personal information

    I am coming to Milan for *



    Hosting home

    Type of room desired (please indicate order of preference:






    Additional information

    Illness or disability / food allergies or intolerances / special diet to be followed / special hours or other, ...

    How would I describe myself in a few words ?

    what are the motivations for choosing this home and what do I hope to find there?

    How did I find out about this home?

    If available for an appointment, etc.

    Terms and conditions (Please download and read our terms, regulations and privacy notices. Click here to find our rates and conditions.
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    Welcoming / accompanying


    Monday to Friday from 9.30 to 12.30 (arrive between 8.30 and 10am to get a ticket)

    Listening : Monday, Wednesday and Friday 16.00 to 17.30

    Cookery course, computer sciences, first aid and home help training: Saturdays 16.00 to 18.00

    Italian course: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 16.00

    Prayer and self-improvement (self-confidence) : Sundays frpm 11.00 to 15.00.

    Tuesdays from 16.00 to 18.00

    Thursdays from 16.00 to 18.00

    Once a month on Saturdays

    Bring a copy of your passport (and residency permit where relevant) + a passport sized photo.

    Tél : (00 39) 02 215 26 96

    Mail :


    Help at home

    Through this place of listening, we bring together two needs that answer to each other: that of people (especially young women) who are looking for a dignified job as “family collaborators”, and that of families who need help at home, for cleaning, cooking, looking after the elderly or children (baby-sitting), etc.

    We thus help:


    Families looking for:

    • Domestic help, internal, external / part-time (cleaning, etc.)
    • Home help for the elderly
    • Baby-sitting / help for children (au pair, baby-sitter…)
    • Attending medical appointments

    – and young womenlooking for work in domestic services and home help.