Useful information for international students

Teaching provisions and timetable

The academic year 2022-2023 starts on October 1st 2022 and ends on September 30th 2023.


Information on the scheduling of each degree program is available on individual Departments, Schools and Degree Programs’ webpages. Make sure to check the teaching provisions and timetable for your degree program and for each individual course on the following websites:

For further information on teaching provisions and timetables, please contact the competent International Office for the degree program of your interest in each hub ("Polo"):

Buddy project

Thanks to the Buddy project, you can be supported by an Italian student enrolled at UniTo who will guide you through the administrative procedures in the University offices, the main University facilities and buildings, UniTO website, housing.


You will be contacted directly by a buddy after the enrolment. Once in Italy, you will be able to meet the buddy and start your experience at UniTo. Getting in a touch with a buddy will help you settle much easier into your new life in Turin.


For information and to get in touch with your buddy you can contact:


If you have any doubts about how to register for classes and exams, how to fill your student career plan and edumeter evaluation surveys, visit the page of the Mentorship Project, where you can find useful tutorials for all students starting their career in UniTo for the first time.

Tuition fees for international students

You can request the reduction of the students’contribution following one of the following options:

  • by requesting the University to calculate the full-comprehensive contribution according to your Country’s GDP – Gross Domestic Product
  • by requesting the "ISEE parificato"

For further information please refer to the Tuition fees webpage and contact our Tuition Fees Desk ("Sezione Diritto allo Studio").

Italian language courses

The University of Turin offers Italian language classes for international students enrolled in degree programs fully taught in English.


Students are divided based on their starting level, including absolute beginners.


Those courses are organized in collaboration with Centro Linguistico di Ateneo CLA, our university language center. Visit CLA website for more information.


See also the various opportunities offered by the UniTo to learn Italian.

Passi@UniTo is a psychological counseling service aiming at listening and understanding practical and emotional difficulties that students may face during their stay in Turin.


You can make an appointment by emailing the counseling team at Passi@UniTo and specifying your name and surname, nationality and phone number.


The service is free and is available in Italian and in the following foreign languages: English, French, Chinese, Urdu, Hindi.


For more information see Passi@UniTo - Counseling for international students.

Information handbook for international degree seeking students at UniTo

Are you an international student enrolled at the University of Turin?


Download the handbook of your Hub and check useful information before getting to Turin, when you are in Turin and about studying at the University of Turin.

Part time collaborations

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.


For further information see Part time collaborations.