Why choose UniTO

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The University of Turin is the best Italian large University according to U-Multirank, a ranking involving 1,614 universities from 95 countries that compares the institutions' performance through five dimensions: teaching and learning, research, knowledge transfer, international orientation and regional engagement. 


A long-standing, well-established institution, with over 79,000 students and more than 3,800 academic and administrative staff: a reliable partner for international teaching and research programmes.

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One of Italy’s oldest, largest, and most prestigious universities: many famous alumni in its 600 years of existence.

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A modern approach, renovated infrastructure, innovative courses and research programmes: a forward-looking institution. 

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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.

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High quality PhD courses, funded projects, fellowships in a wide range of subject areas: carrying out research and transferring knowledge to the community.

International students

Over 500 agreements with international universities worldwide, double degree programmes, PhD programmes with other countries: a European and international campus.

Campus Luigi Einaudi

Libraries, archives, museums, eating places, sport facilities: an urban campus in the heart of a city of art, culture and leisure.

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University halls of residence for students and private accommodation for academic staff, in Turin and surrounding areas.

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Generous state subsidies on tuition fees; further reductions, scholarships, and free accommodation available according to students’ family income.

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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.

Campus Luigi Einaudi

In central Turin, with its efficient transport system, 4 train stations, and international airport: Rome, Venice, Paris and other key European destinations easy to reach.

A strategic city
Overview of Turin

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.