7 Mln Euros (approx.)
in infrastructure, purpose-built facilities and furnishings


2 years (2022-2023)


+ 1000 students in 5 years
+ 30% research labs
+ industry partners

+ 1000 students in 5 years
+ 30% research labs
+ industry partners

The new development is dedicated to interdisciplinary activities and aims to complement the current university buildings with the goal of enhancing the quality of campus life; the improvements will be technological, environmental and cultural. The new spaces have a modular design to allow an array of functions and to encourage interaction with the local community, in the spirit of innovative mobility, economic and environmental sustainability.

The new building will house the first years of the degree courses for each of the three departmental faculties – Faculty of Medicine and Surgery, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Sciences and Technologies for Humans and the Environment – with constant cross-contamination of knowledge. An innovative building, inspired by the best international standards of quality, sustainability, efficiency and technology to provide a valuable training experience immersed in the surrounding nature reserve.

The new building includes a highly technological Simulation Center for the training of students, doctors, health workers, companies and


A place to acquire skills, test products and develop new methodologies.


  • 8 Lecture Rooms
  • Auditorium
  • Informal Learning Areas
  • Simulation Center
  • Administrative Offices
  • Meeting rooms
  • Campus Chapel
  • Approximately 7.000 square meters
  • Environmental Sustainability: the building is classified as NZEB – Nearly Zero Energy Building

Campus Bio-Medico SpA, as promoter of the University, has completed the architectural development phase and is currently engaged with
the construction of the new Learning Center to improve campus life of the University. The new building is the first element of the new urban
Masterplan 2045 Development Plan selected through the “UCBM Masterplan International Design Competition” won by the Labics +
Topotek1 architectural firm which has developed an innovative model of “University Park” focused on energy and environmental
sustainability, innovation and flexibility. To learn more: