Enjoy Turin's baroque historical centre and its cultural offering including royal palaces, residences, museums and so on, and benefit from the facilities of a modern city. Cultural tourism, sports and higher education are just some of the city assets.
The Bologna process and the 1999 Italian University reform established as a major goal the harmonization of the higher education system structure in Europe within 2010. The process, carried out on an international, national and institutional level, has led to several initiatives to foster mobility students through specific programs.
International degree programs
The University of Turin offers a range of programmes aimed at obtaining two or more academic degrees, as well as several degree courses totally taught in English.
Students taking part in a "double degree programme" (laurea a doppio titolo) should directly contact the Secretariat of the related Department in Turin in order to be registered. These students will be registered as properly enrolled students and not as exchange students.
The International Study Program is a project co-funded by the Italian Minister of Education and private foundations, offering students and visiting professors the opportunity to enhance their careers at the University of Turin through scholarships and teaching positions.