Polytechnic University of Turin (Politecnico di Torino)


Polytechnic University of Turin (Politecnico di Torino) is the oldest technical university in Italy and one of the top engineering institutions in Europe. The main areas of research are architecture, engineering, computer science and industrial design. It was founded in 1859 as the Engineering University.

Polytechnic University of Turin is very popular among foreign students, who mainly come here to study subjects in Italian. There are also programs in English.

The university provides its students with high level of teaching, an extensive knowledge base and, of course, the glorious tradition of the university. Degree education in university on high level and students don’t need to use cheap research papers.

According to the QS World University Rankings by Subject, Polytechnic University of Turin in 2015 was included in the top 50 universities in the world in such areas as: electrical engineering, electronic equipment and civil engineering.

There is also an international rating Index University Business Incubator, according to which Polytechnic University of Turin is on the first place in Italy, the fifth in Europe and it takes the fifteenth place in the world.
1. Building Engineering and Territorial Systems
2. Electronics
3. Structural and Geotechnical Engineering
4. Energetics
5. Land, Environment and Geo-Engineering
6. Housing and City
7. Physics
8. Mathematics
9. Mechanics
10. Human Settlements Science and Technology
11. Electrical Engineering
12. Control and Computer Engineering
13. Architectural and Industrial Design
14. Hydraulics, Transport and Civil Infrastructures
15. Inter-university Territorial Studies and Planning
16. Aerospace Engineering
17. Materials Science and Chemical Engineering
18. Production Systems and Business Economics

To become a student of the University of Turin on any of the courses you need to apply all the necessary documents within a specified period.
Since higher education in Italy has a very democratic price, on both programs and on the accommodation. For the students, who want to get a master’s degree at the Turin Polytechnic Institute, tuition fee is quite inexpensive – the average cost per semester will be about 4,000 euros. The significant part of students receives financial assistance from the University or the Italian Ministry of education. Although the University does not guarantee conditional financial assistance, the chance to get a