Application for international students
You are an international student if you hold a foreign qualification/degree - your citizenship is irrelevant.
Step by step registration procedure for international students.
If you have a qualification issued by a non-Italian High School or University and you wish to apply for an undergraduate, postgraduate, 5-year or 6-year degree program, the online application procedure Apply@Unito is mandatory. Applications have been received during the following periods:
- applications for undergraduate or 5/6 year postgraduate degrees are received from 1st June to 1st August 2019
- applications for postgraduate degree programs have been received from 15th May to 16th June 2019. A third call for applications lasts from 1st September to 15th October 2019.
The call dedicated to Non-European applicants not legally residing in Italy opened on 14th January and closed on 14th April 2019. If you are a Non-European applicant not legally residing in Italy and you did not submit your application by 14th of April, no other calls for the a.y. 2019-2020 will be available.
If your degree program requires an admission exam you should know that admission tests requirements vary depending on the degree program you are applying for. Check the section “Entry requirements” by selecting your degree program.
Please consider the following program categories:
- Degree programs requiring a national admission exam ("Medicina e chirurgia" Italian - Dentistry or Veterinary medicine): it was mandatory to sign up for the admission test first on the Universitaly website - from 3rd July to 25th July 2019 - and then on UniTO website within the deadlines. For Medicine and Surgery taught in English, it was mandatory to sign up for the IMAT test on Universitaly website within the deadlines (from 3rd July to 25th July 2019).
- Degree programs requiring a local admission exam: it is mandatory to sign up for the admission test on UniTO website, as specified in the degree programs’ calls for applications, by selecting the degree program you are interested in.
- Postgraduate degree programs with admission exam: it is mandatory to register for and to pass the admission test, as specified in the degree programs’ calls for application, by selecting the degree program you are interested in.
For undergraduate degree programs without admission exam it is mandatory to register for the TARM reserved to international students. Find out more about the different types of TARM and procedures for students having Non-Italian qualifications.
Postgraduate degree programs without admission exam require no admission test nor a TARM test. Applicants are evaluated by the Department Evaluation Boards through interviews.
Starting from August 26th 2019 the welcoming process begins at the Welcome Point, on 17-19 Via Sant’Ottavio, Turin (lower ground floor) from Mondays to Fridays 9:00 am -12 pm and 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm.
- Take part in one of the Orientation Meetings for international students (calendar available in the following section)
- Come to the Welcome Point to present your original documentation. Please check the list of documents to be submitted at your arrival at the Welcome Point:
- Take the admission test, which aims to assess your proficiency in Italian language as well, as specified in the calendar of the degree program call for application.
- Complete the enrolment procedure online, following the instructions that will be available on this page soon.
- Long term Visa for University enrolment for non-EU citizens residing abroad (D-type Visa): once you have applied through Apply@Unito you will receive a letter from UniTo allowing you to request a visa from an Italian Diplomatic Representation in your country of residence.
- Short term Visa/Tourist Visa (C-type Visa) for non-Eu citizens residing abroad: for degree programs requiring the admission test/TARM-Italian language test, an Italian Embassy/Consulate can issue a short term visa to allow you travel to Turin and take your test. After the test, you will have to return to your country of residence and apply for a D-type visa from the Italian Diplomatic-Consular Representation.
The decision on the issue of a visa for study purposes is the exclusive jurisdiction of the Italian Diplomatic Representation. Documentation produced by higher education institutions referring to the single candidates for courses in the process of requesting visas is to be considered a support for the evaluation procedures of the Italian Diplomatic Representations, and does not automatically imply the issue of the visa.
Orientation meetings are organised for international students who have been admitted to the University of Turin to present the services offered by the University as well as giving information on the procedures and administrative deadlines, the University’s administrative structure and the Italian language course.
Each meeting will be held in Italian first, and then followed by a translation into English.
Calendar a.y. 2019-2020
- 9th September 2019, 9:00 am -1:00 pm, Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora Siena 100/A, Turin, AULA D1
- 19th September 2019, 9:00 am -1:00 pm Campus Luigi Einaudi, Lungo Dora Siena 100/A, Turin, AULA D1
- 27th September 2019, 9:00 am -1:00 pm, Rettorato (Via Verdi 8, Turin), Aula Magna.
If you hold a non-Italian qualification and you want to transfer to the University of Turin from an Italian University, please follow the instructions on the webpage Changes and transfers and apply online according to specific deadlines for the study program you are interested in.
For more information, please refer to the Student registry office of the degree program you are interested in.
Buddy Project provides international students with a person offering support with administrative procedures in the University offices, the main University facilities and buildings, UniTO website, housing.
For further details: