This is our service created for the choice of your university career. Besides giving you an overview of the activities you can contact us through email.
Universities and Courses in Turin
To page Universities and Courses you will find more information.
There are also further education opportunities.
Useful websites to choose University
Some websites can provide you with useful information to choose your post-diploma path.
If from one side it is important to choose your motivation, choices and skills, from the other side it is important to know the educational offer.
The jobs map
The jobs maps is a project by Università di Torino. It’s going to help you to understand what it’s better to choose. You can see the jobs, the workplaces, the degrees and the skills, and see which academic path better suits the job you want to do.
See the website www.atlantedelleprofessioni.it
I choose, I study
See the MIUR orientation section – Ministero dell’Istruzione, dell’Università e della Ricerca. It’s a really useful website. Here you can find a useful test to understand your skills and choices, and many information on the path after school.
See the website www.istruzione.it/orientamento
This website is a true door that takes you straight to the world of degree courses in Italy. It is done for students and student families that are still attending high school, for students who want to go on with their studies, and for high schools that want to see the offered opportunities and then for Universities that want to show their educational offer.
Some interesting pages are:
Orientation events &
enrolments and registrations 2017-2018
Università degli Studi di Torino
Open doors at University: meetings, lectures and tours in the different departments and many other opportunities you can catch until September 2017. Here you can find out the dates of the meetings and the many orientation activities organised by schools and departments: https://www.unito.it/didattica/orientamento/iniziative-di-orientamento
Oriento#UniTO is the app you can use to orientate yourself in your university choice.
Orient@mente: take advantage of this platform to get ready for your tests.
If you want to enrol in a degree course with a limited number of students, you have to take an admission test: if you pass this test, you can enrol by the established date.
Degree courses with a limited number of students with a national selection (Medicine and Surgery, Dentistry and Dental Prosthesis, Veterinary Medicine and Health Studies): here you can find the dates for the academic year 2017/2018.
Degree courses with a limited number of students with a regional selection: stay tuned to find out the new announcements and deadlines.
If you want to enrol in a degree course with an open access, you have to take an entrance exam (TARM – Test di Accertamento dei Requisiti Minimi), that will test your knowledge.
EARLY SESSION OF MARCH-APRIL 2017: students attending the fifth year at high school can take the test TARM in the last week of March and in April 2017: if they pass the test, they can enrol in the degree courses for the academic year 2017/18, without having another entrance exam in September 2017. Here you can find the schools/departments which give the opportunity to have the TARM during this session:
School of Science of NatureSchool of Legal Sciences, Politics and Socio-economic Sciences, School of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Department of Drug Science and Technology
Politecnico di Torino
All the degree courses have a limited number of students and an admission test. Here you can find all the courses Politecnico offers you: https://didattica.polito.it/offerta/
You can now apply for the admission tests for the academic year 2017/18 for the following study courses:
- Design and Visual Communication
- Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning
Here you can find all the information about the enrolment procedure and the dates of the tests: http://orienta.polito.it/it/iscrizione
If you want to enrol in Architecture, you have to take a national admission exam: the admission test for the academic year 2017/18 takes place on 7th September 2017. Soon the information about place and time on www.universitaly.it
Open days: 30th March 2017 from 2.30 to 5.30 p.m. – presentation of the Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Educational sciences. 31st March 2017 from 2.30 to 5.30 pm.m. – presentation of the Master’s degree in Psychology.
19th May 2017 presentation of the degree courses in Psychology and Educational sciences.
Please, click here for further information: http://www.ius.to/index.php/servizi-studenti-torino/orientamento/entra-allo-iusto
All the degree courses have a limited number of students and an admission test:
Bachelor’s degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology: click here (qui)
Bachelor’s degree in Educational sciences/Professional Social Educator: click here (qui)
Master’s degrees in Psychology: click here (qui)
IED – Istituto Europeo di Design
Workshop “Creative days”: from January 2017 all the students who attend the fourth and the fifth year at high-school and who are interested in a creative job have the opportunity to find out the IED courses in Design, Fashion and Visual Arts, by walking a mile in the shoes of working designers. After the free workshops the students will get a certificate of participation, that could be useful to award school credits as well.
Next open days: in July and in September
If you want to arrange an individual orientation meeting, please fill in the form
You can apply by filling in the form
Bachelor’s degrees: contest to award scholarships for the academic year 2017/18. Present your project by May 2017. Click here and find out how to participate and sign in: http://www.ied.it/professione/borsedistudio-triennali
IAAD – Istituto di Arti Applicate e Design
Info days: 5th May from 3 to 6 p.m. / 26th July from 3 to 6 p.m. / 13th September from 3 to 6 p.m. / 29th September from 3 to 6 p.m.
If you want to arrange an individual orientation meeting, please fill in the form
You can apply for one of the sessions of the admission tests by filling in the form. These are the dates of the tests:
7th April: 9.30 a.m. – 7 p.m. / 26th May: 9.30 a.m. – 7 p.m. / 31st July: 9.30 a.m. – 7 p.m. / 21st September: 9.30 a.m. – 7 p.m.
If you want to find out the courses the university offers you, please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website
If you want to enrol in the First Level University Degree in Language Mediation or in the Master Degree in Translation or Interpreting, you have to take an entrance test: here you can find all the information you need http://ssmlto.it/en/orientamento-e-iscrizioni/requisiti-di-ammissione/
Last open days: 14th April 2016 and 21st April 2016 from 2.30 to 5.30 p.m.
Soon the days of the open days in 2017
All the courses have a limited number of students and an admission test: the tests for the current academic year ended on 21st September 2016. Stay tuned and visit our website dedicated to the enrolment: http://www.accademialbertina.torino.it/index.php/iscrizioni
Conservatorio Giuseppe Verdi
If you want to know more about the I and II level academic courses, please click here (qui)
If you want more information about the academic courses, please write us at email@example.com
If you want to enrol in any of our courses, you have to take an admission exam. A limited number of students is admitted.
You can apply for your admission request from 1st to 31st May each year.
For the new enrolments you have to wait for the release of the admission lists, where you can find the enrolment day. Here you can find all the information about the admission and the enrolment: http://www.conservatoriotorino.gov.it/segreteria/richieste-e-scadenze/ammissioni/
Scienze infermieristiche e ostetriche –
sede torinese dell’Università Cattolica di Roma
Here you can find all the information about the next announcement: http://www.cottolengo.org/pagina.php?id=13&stato=PB
Contacts: 0115294481 – firstname.lastname@example.org
If you want to enrol in any of our courses, you have to take an admission test. The number of students admitted in the academic year 2016/17 amounts to 50.
For further information about the Bachelor’s degree in Management, please fill in the following form: http://www.escpeurope.eu/nc/it/programmi-escp-europe/bachelor-in-management/bachelor-in-management/overview/richiesta-informazioni/
The admission to our degree courses takes place from October to July. If you want to enrol, you have to send us your appliance and take an admission test: these are the next dates of the admission tests in Turin:
20th April 2017 (application deadline: 11th April)
26th May 2017 (application deadline: 17th May)
17th July 2017 (application deadline: 8th July)
Here you can find all the information about the admission requirements and procedure: http://www.escpeurope.eu/it/programmi-escp-europe/bachelor-in-management/bachelor-in-management/overview/processo-di-reclutamento-e-ammissione/)
Scholarships (http://www.escpeurope.eu/it/programmi-escp-europe/bachelor-in-management/bachelor-in-management/overview/tasse-scolastiche-e-borse-di-studio-bachelor-in-management-escp-europe/): the appliances for the scholarships will be examined only after you’ve been admitted to one of the degree courses.
Collegio Carlo Alberto
The students are selected by merit. You have to send your appliance via e-mail by 11th July 2017, by following the procedure explained here: www.carloalberto.org/allievi. The names of the students selected by our examiners will be released by 30th July.
Scuola di Studi Superiori “Ferdinando Rossi”
The selection of the students is carried out through a national contest (which took place on 20th and 21st September 2016 for the current academic year). There are 30 available places (15 for The Government and the Natural Sciences and 15 for The Government and Human Sciences).
For further information about the admission requirements and the appliance, please click here: http://ssst.campusnet.unito.it/do/home.pl/View?doc=ammissione.html
Scuola di Archivistica, Paleografia e Diplomatica
The School for archivists, palaeographers and diplomatic is located in the National Archive in Turin: here you can find all the information you need http://archiviodistatotorino.beniculturali.it/Site/index.php/it/scuola-di-archivistica/la-scuola/scuola-di-archivistica?eprivacy=1
The entrance tests take place once every two years (in the odd years). You can enrol in the courses each odd year starting from June: here you can find all the information you need http://archiviodistatotorino.beniculturali.it/Site/index.php/fr/home
Opening doors: 3 days during which the recent graduate students present their final projects. You can also have tour in the school, ask questions and much more. Stay tuned to find out the dates of 2017 events here: http://scuolaholden.it/
You can now apply to enrol in the courses for the two-year degree course 2017-2019: there are still 157 available places. The next dates of the admission tests in Turin are: 31st March and 7th April.
Fill in the application form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfARD41Wj48QCsO26Q_eMBApx1XPZRFXr1nOoYASgezfma1Vg/viewform) and book your admission test (the results will be released in a week). Here you can find more information about the admission and the enrolment: http://scuolaholden.it/quattro-mosse-per-iscriversi/
Scholarships and student loans: for the academic year 2017/19 Scuola Holden sets 20 scholarships of the value of 4000 Euros and 40 loans for the first 40 students who apply. Here you can find all the updates: http://scuolaholden.it/costi-borse-di-studio/
ITS – ICT Piemonte
If you want to enrol in any of our 3 courses (Interaction and visual design – Web and mobile design – Backend development), you have to pass an admission test. Here you can find the list of the admitted students for the two-year degree course 2016/18: link
ITS – Agroalimentare
Please, fill in the form for further information
If you want to enrol in the course Produzione e trasformazione brassicola- Mastro birraio (to become master brewer), you have to pass an admission test. Here you can find the list of the admitted students for the two-year degree course 2016/18: link
ITS – Aerospazio/Meccatronica
Useful contacts: email@example.com
If you want to enrol in the course Automazione e sistemi meccatronica, you have to pass an admission test. Here you can find the list of the admitted students for the two-year degree course 2016/18: link
ITS – Turismo
For any other information visit website.
The course lasts two years: enrollment for the 2016/2018 biennium are closed.
CEST – Centro per l’Eccellenza e gli Studi Transdisciplinari
CEST offers a great chance to worthy students in secondary schools: they will be able to take part to some meetings which are completely different from the usual orientation events, both in procedures and goals. Students will share their own experiences, together with peer-tutoring moments, aiming not to persuade them but only to inform them.
In particular, such project aims to:
Get people to know this educational offer, and the economic benefit of being accepted in a School of Excellence.
Get people to know the different sort of specialisation, tradition and reputation of every School
Support students in their choice and in their admission tests at School
School of Excellence
A School of Excellence can be a public or private body that selects students who will be able to attend extra courses, together with their academic path. Students are tested, and their selection only depends on worth, not on money. They will receive a scholarship.
In Piedmont there are two Schools of Excellence: La Scuola di Studi Superiori Ferdinando Rossi e il Collegio Carlo Alberto.
Centro per l’Eccellenza e gli Studi Trandisciplinari (CEST) is an association joining young researchers and students coming from Schools of Excellence all over Italy: Scuole Normale and Sant’Anna of Pisa, the Collegio Carlo Alberto and the Scuola di Studi Superiori of Torino, the Collegio dei Cavalieri del Lavoro “Lamaro-Pozzani” and the Scuola di Studi Avanzati of Roma, the Collegio di Merito “Bernardo Clesio” of Trento, the IUSS of Pavia the Galileiana of Padova. The goal is creating a dynamic group, acting both at a local and national level.
Key-words to understand how University works
It’s a synonym for University. Every Athenaeum consists of many school which are divided in different departments.
For example, the Università degli Studi di Torino consists of six Schools. One of this is Scuola di Scienze Umanistiche (Human Sciences), divided in Philosophy and Educational Sciences Departments, Humanistic Studies Department, and Historical Studies Department.
It deals with both educational activities and research programs. University professors work in it, both teaching and managing research programs.
First level degree for people for students who finish their academic path (180 credits)
Second level degree for students who finish their two-year course (120 credits)
Single cycle Degree
Not every course is a 3+2 year course, some of them are 5 year courses or 6 years courses. Such courses are: Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Technologies, Conservation and Restoration of Cultural Heritage, Pharmacy, Law, Medicine and Surgery, Veterinary, Dental Medicine, Primary Education Sciences.
Planned access courses
It’s a course with limited entry. There is an admission test which ranks students. Rankings can be local or national.
CFU – Credito Formativo Universitario (University educational credit)
Cfu is used in European Universities to calculate the student’s work. Every University exam is related to a certain number of CFU, depending on how much study it takes. Usually, there is 1 CFU every 25 hours (regardless if the student studies by himself or attends classes). There are 180 Cfu in every first-level degree, and 120 Cfu in every Master’s degree.
It’s a procedure to enrol at University. The name takes after “MATRICULE”, which Is the code given to every new students.
It’s the period of time in which classes, exams and internships take place.
Every academic year is divided in two semesters: the first from October to January, the second from March to May. At the end of every lesson period students must take exams.
Date of the exam. Dates are published on the Internet.
Test: it can be oral or written, or both. Marks go from 18 (the minimum to pass the exam) up to 30 with honors.
Exams you will have to take. Depending on which school you are attending, you can choose personally how many exams to take, or your University will do it.
Notes or slides that teachers provide to their students. They usually contain what he told during the class.
It’s a program that let students study abroad, for six months or one year. Exams taken abroad are officially recognized in Italy.
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