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.
I’m very happy to talk about my University. I think it’s a great way to publicize it through the opinions of students who actually live at the university. It’s all very well, maybe the only flaw is the closeness of the exams and the lack of an extra session to take the exams.View more
This school has made me technical in my thinking and the professors are always willing to help and improve your understanding. I would recommend it for students who want to become engineers and architects.View more
Cool envirenoment, very good and detailed material index and notes, weak english speaking professors and little solved exercises. Financial aid is great and examination calls are well organized. Libraries are what you expect and always full.View more
It’s very hard, but this is why we can be sure about our preparation and future.
In the last year’s, there are more students, so facilities aren’t enough.
I suggest it because it’s a good environment to study and grow up.
Politecnico di Torino is a very well organized institute, activities are interesting, classrooms modern and staff professional. Even though it’s hard, a deegre at this university ensures you a future, an enthusiastic future: so I deeply suggest it!View more
Politecnico di Torino is a traditional, historical university focused on the fields of engineering, architecture and design. Most buildings and facilities are 50+ years old, but still in good overall condition and with modern equipment. There are more than 20,000 students but overcrowding is usually a problem only on 1st year. Teaching is generally good with some highs and lows. The organisation of my course, civil engineering, is relatively worse than others due to excessive and unbalanced workload throughout the three years. It would be great to have more food facilities (bars, vending machines, rooms to microwave your own food and eat).View more
The Politecnico di Torino is a typical European engineering university. Very traditional education and average facilities. Due to Italian admission university process, classes in the first years are extremely crowded. Teaching at Mechanical and Automotive departments is one of the strong points of the university.View more
The Politecnico di Torino as the name says is located in Turin, North of Italy in a region with a great industrial area around.
In special, the Mechanical Engineering course is a really good one, with a good infrastructure end a very well given content.
I found a lot of expertise in my teachers and an excellent organization even if it is a very big university and with a lot of pupils. The classrooms are new and useful but maybe I would like to have more places where to eat with my colleagues without spending too much money.View more