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the National Civil Service ban 2015 is now available. Among the projects there is also the one proposed by Studyintorino, for the selection of two volunteers for the web editing.

The introduction of the project will take place on the 9th of April, 2015, Via Bazzi, first floor, room B, from 9 am to 1 pm.

For info and details consult the ANNOUNCEMENT..

Twitter Italy srl launched a National competition for young people between 18 and 30 who are enrolled in a University or post-graduation course within an Italian University.
Participants can work in teams.

The students are asked to submit an idea for a use of Twitter in the fields of business, marketing, service.
The idea have to be useful for one of the following goals:

– Give a strategic contribution to one or more companies (promotion of a product, customer care, communication etc.);

– Improving a service of its Territory or University;

– Inform people or a specific target audience (the participants in an event, users of a service, consumers etc.)

The winner student or student group will get an interview at the offices of Twitter. One of them will get a six-months paid internship in Marketing from Twitter Italy.

Participants must submit their projects between the 23rd of March and  the 23ed of May, 2015.


To participate download the ANNOUNCEMENT.

The call for application to the National Civil Service 2015 was published for the selection of 29 972 volunteers to include in projects of the National Civil Service in Italy and abroad.
The call for Piedmont is for 654 volunteers.

Girls and boys between 18 and 28 years can participate. The length of service is 12 months. The Volunteers  will receive a monthly allowance of EUR 433.80.

Deadline for applications:  The 23rd of April, 2015.
The City of Turin, with its partners, offers 42 projects, to 208 guys.

To view the list of projects see this PAGE.

Literary competition for young people about the cultural heritage of Turin

How would you talk about Turin? What a story (true, plausible, fantastic) the objects and places of this city inspire you ? The essay contest is open to young people aged between 16 and 30 years and aims to value the material objects of cultural heritage of Turin through the eyes and words of boys and girls.

Those who want to participate can submit original manuscripts in the form of short stories, plays, poems or short stories in comics or other innovative ways. It’s possible to send material at: until April 6, 2015.

“Torino inspires me!” Has a total prize pool of € 3,000; the top 3 will win an iPad-mini, a Kindle and an iPod. The winner will be publish on local magazines.

To participate download the CALL!

IED rewards the talent of young people and offers a total of 16 scholarships to fully or partially cover the school fee to attend courses in areas of the Design, Fashion, Visual Communication and Management for the Academic year 2015/2016, starting from October 2015 in Turin.

Deadline for applications: May 4, 2015.

Find out how to apply HERE.


Studentes elections: 18 and 19 March 2015, vote to elect student representatives in the Senato Accademico, the Consiglio di Amministrazione, Nucleo di Valutazione, Comitato Paritetico per la Didattica, Consiglio della Scuola di Dottorato, Consigli di Dipartimento, Collegi dei Corsi di Studio, Corsi di Studio, Assemblea Regionale degli studenti per il Diritto allo Studio Universitario e Comitato universitario per lo Sport.

To find out where you can vote, check HERE.

For more information see this page.



Tuesday 24 of March 2015 from 8.30 am to 7 pm and Wednesday 25 of March 2015 from 8.30 am to 6.00 pm students elections are held to elect:

-6 representatives for the Senato Accademico;
-2 for the Consiglio di Amministrazione;
-6 for the Assemblea regionale degli studenti per il diritto allo studio universitario;
-4 for the Comitato Universitario per lo Sport (CUS);
-Advice Departement;
-Boards of the current study/integrated three-year degree, Master’s Degree;
-Consigli delle Scuole.

See more at :

The video contest YouTo(o) has officially ended! Thanks to everyone who participated and voted the videos made to promote Turin as University City!

Tuesday, the 10th of March, 2015 the jury selected the winner videos.

The jury members were: Michele Covolan (Project Manager “Turin University City”), Luke Cipriani (web editor, Carlo Miano (communication expert), Vittorio Sclaverani (cinema expert) and Paola Cuniberti (cultural operator ).

The jury decided unanimously to award the following prizes:

1° PRIZE OF1000€ MADE BY: Beatrice Surano



2° PRIZE OF 250€ MADE BY: Tommaso Valli



3° PRIZE OF 250€ MADE BY: Zakaria El Harchy



The jury awards a special mention to: Luca Ceragioli



Among the 14 videos posted online  and voted by users on Facebook, the top 3 are:

1° PRIZE OF DI 500€ MADE BY: Gabriele Falcone

Number of votes on Facebook: 923


2° PRIZE OF 250€ MADE BY: Andrea Rizzo

Number of votes on Facebook: 867


3° PRIZE OF 250€ MADE BY: Pietro Saroglia

Number of votes on Facebook: 294


2nd edition of That’s Mole!, the illustration contest to promote the most creative visual interpretations of the Turin’ symbol: the Mole Antonelliana.

The competition is international and is open to anyone.

A qualified jury will select:

The winning proposal, which will be awarded a prize of € 1,000.

24 other proposals will be exhibited in front of the Mole Antonelliana, in Via Montebello, from June 23 to September 7, 2015.

Deadline April the 3rd, 2015.
For more information write to

STOP televoting!

The video contest YouTo(o) is officially closed! Thanks to everyone who participated and voted!
The official ranking of the most voted videos will be published together with the ranking of the jury.

We ask you to wait a few days to know the results!
Good Luck Students !


Saturday, the 7th of March, 2015, will be the National Day of the B&B: the B&B DAY. Thousands of bed and breakfast in Italy will offer FREE stay the 7th of March to those who book a weekend. If you book at least 2 nights, one will be free of charge. This year the event happens at the Women’s Day.

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