Right to education
The University of Turin promotes the right to education, to foster the access and attendance to university studies in favour of capable and worthy students although without economic means, ensuring financial support.
The University student contribution model provides exemptions and refunds based on the ISEE value, the indicator of the equivalent economic situation, which measures the economic condition of the family unit.
EDISU Piemonte, Regional Agency for the Right to Education of Piedmont, awards scholarships to students who are enrolled in a Piedmontese University and meet the economic and merit requirements specified.
The University of Turin, in order to commend worthy students, promotes grants and study awards, which are both managed by the University and offered by external public and private groups and companies.
Application packs are published on the following pages (Italian version only):
A comprehensive resource of scholarships available for international or study abroad students.
Each year, the University offers its students the opportunity to work part time for its various administrative structures, for a maximum of 200 hours per short-listed student per academic year.