Why choose UniTO
According to the most recent national evaluation conducted by ANVUR, UniTo is among the top 3 Italian universities with an excellent position in biological sciences, physics, chemistry, history, philosophy, agricultural and veterinary sciences, law and political sciences.
A long-standing, well-established institution, with around 70,500 students and around 3,700 academic and administrative staff: a reliable partner for international teaching and research programmes.
One of Italy’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious universities: many famous alumni in its 600 years of existence.
A modern approach, renovated infrastructure, innovative courses and research programmes: a forward-looking institution.
A great range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, as well as Italian language tuition for foreigners: many options, enabling students to find their future path.
High quality PhD courses, funded projects, fellowships in a wide range of subject areas: carrying out research and transferring knowledge to the community.
Over 500 international partner universities worldwide, 34 bi-national degree courses, PhD programmes with other countries: a European and international campus.
Libraries, archives, museums, eating places, sport facilities: an urban campus in the heart of a city of art, culture and leisure.
University halls of residence for students and private accommodation for academic staff, in Torino and surrounding areas.
Generous state subsidies on tuition fees; further reductions, scholarships, and free accommodation available according to students’ family income.
Clear awareness on the University’s part of its social responsibilities and of the importance of economic, social, and environmental sustainability: a community-minded Institution.
In central Torino, with its efficient transport system, 4 train stations, and international airport: Rome, Venice, Paris and other key European destinations easy to reach.
A centre for manufacturing and service industry, host city for the 2006 Winter Olympics, and 2015 European Capital of Sport; with 3 UN agencies and 50 consulates, a university city connected globally.