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Politecnico di Torino is the oldest Italian public technical university. It offers courses in engineering. I am studying Nuclear and energy engineering. The course guideline is exceptional and overall I would recommend it for engineering courses.View more
My experience at Politecnico di Torino as an international student is really good. The facilities are exceptional and professors have the experience and the knowledge but the only drawback I found is the communication between the professor and the students and their ability to deliver lessons. It’s one of the only universities in Italy that has so many international bachelor’s programs and so a lot of international people study here and I will recommend Politecnico di Torino.View more
POLITO is a university of great fame and great value. A student who graduates from this university is viewed with special attention by the world of work.
The University is very large, with new, large classrooms that have all the necessary technologies and are well maintained. The professors are very professional and competent, the subjects I studied are very interesting and provide job opportunities in various sectors. It is to all intents and purposes an international university, many contacts with foreign countries and almost all subjects taught in English. The university evening life, due to Covid, was not very flourishing, but the services offered to the student are truly enviable, student associations and discounts of all kinds, from scholarships to mobility and sports passes at discounted prices. I would recommend Polito to anyone!
After the hardest and most theoretical first years, I passionately followed this degree course which is well suited to my interests and abilities. I have been involved in several workshops and projects thanks to which, in addition to a good understanding of the subject, good experience in teamwork is obtained.
The study plan in general is in step with current technologies and market needs. Many possibilities of experiences abroad are offered such as a double degree, Erasmus and completion of the thesis at a foreign university. The qualification obtained is excellent for spending in Italy, but also abroad (not so much for the name of the university, but for the good preparation it offers).
One of the few in the class was the organization of the lessons, especially during the early years when it was difficult even to find a place in the classroom. For the rest, all the services are extremely efficient.
As for the city, Turin offers all kinds of experiences, combining liveability in my opinion superior to other large Italian cities.
Finding a house is relatively simple and the rental prices are not even comparable to other cities such as Rome or Milan (I would say that it could be half), as well as the cost of living is lower.
There are also excellent student residences that I happened to attend (not live there), where the structures are well managed and the conviviality between the students makes university life functional for study but also for free time.
I really like the university because of its environment and it prepares all the things such as references and tools that students might need and also I like the field I am studying in polito because it is covering just the necessary information and not bombarding students in comparison with other universities which offer this program. I think it is very important especially in the field of climate change which I am studying since it is quite new.View more
The Communications and Computer Networks Engineering programme at Politecnico di Torino has a strong orientation to develop skills in research and design. It provides many opportunities in highly competitive companies. Definitely is an option to be considered.View more
I’m a graduant student at Politecnico, in particular I’m a biomedical engineering student. I’ve chosen Politecnico for my master of science in bionanotechnologies, first of all because your master of science program is interesting, very practical compared to other Italian university, but also because its prestige (Politecnico is one of the most important european university). I’m satisfied about my choice, I’ve had the opportunity to learn a lot of things about bioengineering, biomedical advances and research frontiers. All these things have opened my mind on the word of RView more
Turin Polytechnic is one of the best technological universities in Italy. This is certainly given by the fame and prestige that our ancient university covers in the Italian collective imagination, which allowed it to attract thousands of students from all over the world and to constantly improve the level of infrastructures, services dedicated to students, and ancillary study activities like study rooms, canteen, etc.
Furthermore, comparing our university to other realities that I had the opportunity to meet in Italy, I can say that the Turin Polytechnic has an excellent organization especially as regards student secretarial services, online services and online secretariat.
Then, if you still have any doubts you can find everything you need in a very simple way on the university’s website, available in Italian and English.