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Call for application for the admission to the two-year course of study 2020-2022.

Fondazione ITS Biotecnologie per il Piemonte opens the time period in which students can submit their application to participate in the selection of the following courses:

Chemical and Biotechnological industrial production

Higher technician diploma for the quality of products and biotechnological processes system.

Main location: COLLERETTO GIACOSA (IVREA)

Industrial biotech applications for sustainable production and innovative materials

Higher technician diploma for R&D of biotechnological products and processes

Main location: COLLERETTO GIACOSA (IVREA)

Production and maintenance of medical devices and telemedicine applications

Higher technician diploma for the production of diagnostic, therapeutic and rehabilitative devices.

Main location: TURIN

The deadline for the submission of the applications is Monday, 12 October. The applications must be submitted following the instructions of Art. 8 of the call for application

Today, 28 September, the first courses at Unito started again. The courses will be held with a “mixed” mode: each professor will choose whether to give their
lecture in presence or remotely via the platform Webex. Regarding the lectures in presence, only a predetermined number of students will be admitted. Those students will have to reserve a seat through Student Booking and will follow specific access instructions.
What is Student Booking? You will need it to access UniTo lessons.
To access the lessons safely, you will need to reserve a seat in the classroom.
How? Go on “MyUniTo Studente” or “Futuro Studente” and reserve your seat with

the “Student Booking” service.
The service is for:
 students registered to a course with an uploaded study plan and attended
/ planned courses. Students with disabilities will have priority access
 freshmen without an uploaded study plan
 future students who registered on the university portal and completed the
registration process with their personal data

The call for the McKinsey & Company competition will be published in the next few days!
Thanks to McKinsey’s camp; Company, Collegio Einaudi will create a competition with € 2,500 gross as study awards.
Students of Collegio Einaudi of the academic year 2020/2021 can participate if they have the following characteristics:
First Generation students (those whose parents do not have a degree) or
Students registered in Turin universities to:
– a Master of Science course
– a Doctorate
in Engineering, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Economy, Statistics.
For more info, join the webinar with McKinsey & Company’s experts on Wednesday, 30 September at 5 p.m.!
You will receive the credentials by e-mail.

Are you creative? Do you study Engineering, Architecture, Planning or Design at Politecnico di Torino? This call is for you!
The deadline for “Intraprendenti” project is tomorrow, 24 September 2020. It’s a
project for Engineering, Architecture, Planning or Design students.
Those that will be selected will work in teams on interdisciplinary and interactive activities to develop problem solving, always with an eye on sustainability.
There is a limited number of possible participants of 200 students. The project is for students of Politecnico of the academic year 2020/2021.
All info is here.

You have until Wednesday, 30 September to apply to the 2020/2021 Holden Academy special edition. What do you have to do?
 A test that will be held remotely or, in certain cases, that will be held at the school in Piazza Borgo Dora 49;
 if you have chosen to do the test remotely you will have to undergo an interview via Skype;
 don’t study for the test, let your creativity flow!
 If you pass the test, you will have a week to sign up.
More info here.

Start@Unito
If you have followed one of the online courses of the project and you have just enrolled in UniTo, you can sign up for the exceptional exam Star@Unito.

Starting from 15th October 2018, it is in fact possible to take the exam of online courses, made available by the project Start@Unito.

The exam must be taken in person in the University, after enrolment and after

  1. having finished all courses and passed the final exam;
  2. having filled out the career plan on MyUnito;
  3. having  signed up for the exam on MyUnito.

During the exam, you must bring ID card and the certificate of attendance, obtained at the end of the online course.


But let’s take a step back… Do you know the Start@Unito project?
Whatever may be the degree course you are interested in, UniTo makes available free online teaching, that you can follow even if you are not a university student yet. You can study at you rhythm, practice with self-assessment tests and take the exam as soon as you have enrolled.
Signing up is simple: you just have to visit the platform Start@UniTO and choose the courses you like. You log in with a click, also by using access details of social networks and you can immediately start your new courses.
Start@UniTO  allows you to start university on the right foot: not only does it help you in choosing the right courses for you, but it also allows you to obtain, from the very beginning of your university career, an exam already passed!

 

This initiative starts as part of the strategies for the improving in quality and efficiency of didactics, in order to promote and make the transition between high school and university easier, throughout the realization and spreading of a series of teaching, entirely online, to get closer to the university system. This allowed students attending the last year of high school (school year 2017-2018) to check their university choice.

Besides evident relapses in terms of orientation, this projects wants to be a tool for facilitation, motivation and support at the beginning of university, considering relapses as a positive sign to reduce the rate of retreat and dispersal.

The project led to the realization of 20 open online courses (usable by all users, who have personal access details in order to grant a simple monitoring of accesses), on wide and general topics, which are preparatory for the university courses of the first year.

At the end of the courses, students will be given a certificate stating the acquired knowledge, that will be necessary to students enrolled in UniTO in the academic year 2018-2019 (bachelor’s or master’s degree) to immediately take the exam. In this way students can get their learning credits in advance compared to the standard degree course.

In addition, the fact that the teaching is open and accessible by everyone will make the project more open to the audience, meaning also people who are not future UniTO students, in accordance with the purposes of “terza missione” and “public engagement” of the university.


Here the list of courses, divided in departments

 

Dipartimento di Culture, Politica e Società (department of Culture, Politics and Society)

  • Lessico delle scienze politiche, sociali e internazionali (lexis of political, social and international sciences)

 

Dipartimento di Filosofia e Scienze dell’Educazione (department of Philosophy and Educational sciences)

  • Cos’è la filosofia (what is philosophy)
  • Elementi di sociologia e ricerca sociale (elements of sociology and social research)

Dipartimento di Fisica (department of Physics)

  • Fisica (physics)

Dipartimento di Giurisprudenza (department of Law)

  • Diritto alla salute (right to health)
  • Europa: istituzioni e diritti (Europe: institutions and rights)
  • Legge e giustizia (law and justice)

Dipartimento di Informatica (department of IT)

  • Informatica e pensiero computazionale per le scienze della natura (IT and computational thinking for natural sciences)
  • Informatica e pensiero computazionale per le scienze umane (IT and computational thinking for human sciences)

Dipartimento Lingue e Letterature Straniere e Culture Moderne (department of Foreign languages, literatures and cultures)

  • Antropologia culturale (modern anthropology)
  • Didattica delle lingue moderne (didactics of modern languages)

Dipartimento di Management (department of Management)

  • Economia e azienda (economics and business)

Dipartimento di Matematica “Giuseppe Peano” (department of Mathematics)

  • Elementi di logica matematica (elements of mathematical logic)
  • Elementi di matematica e storia delle scienze (elements of mathematics and history of sciences)
  • Matematica in e-learning (mathematics in e-learning)

Dipartimento di Psicologia (department of Psychology)

  • Storia della Psicologia (history of psychology)

Dipartimento di Scienza e Tecnologia del Farmaco (department of Drug Sciences and Technology)

  • Come nasce e come funziona un farmaco? (how is a drug created and how does it work?

Dipartimento di Scienze della Vita e Biologia dei Sistemi (department of Sciences of Life and Systems Biology)

  • Zoologia generale (general zoology)

Dipartimento di Studi Storici (department of Historical Sciences)

  • Storia contemporanea (contemporary history)

Dipartimento Studi Umanistici (department of Human Studies)

  • Media e comunicazione (media and communication)

Visit the platform Start@UniTO

Progetto EIT Food: 5 MOOC di UniTO sul cibo
EIT FOOD project: 5 MOOCs on food by UniTo

On Monday 22nd October the first two of the five thematic online courses on food will start. MOOCs –Massive Online Open Courses are free courses for distance learning for a large amount of people and they have been developed by the University of Turin in collaboration with the University of Reading (UK), the University of Helnsinki (FI), the University of Hohenheim (DE), the Queen’s University Belfast (UK) and the University of Warsaw (PL).

 

All MOOCs will be soon available for free on the online platform Future Learn, where you can already submit and book your participation. First courses will start on Monday 22nd October 2018. Join now to receive assistance from the tutors.
 

The 5 MOOCs are the result of the UniTo participation in the EIT FOOD project. In fact, the University of Turin is the only Italian academic partner of the EIT Knowledge & Innovation Communities “EIT FOOD”, one of the major initiative on international level, focused on agricultural and food innovation. EIT FOOD connects corporate and academic partners, research institutes and centres of 13 European countries throughout the entire food chain. EIT FOOD activities include the support to projects of innovation, education, communication and creation of innovative enterprises.

 

Topics of the MOOCs

In the course called “Trust in the Food we eat”, will be examined the challenges and responsibilities of different people in the food system; in particular the role of the consumer in influencing the system to produce food we trust. Available information for consumers will be evaluated and there will be a debate on innovative methods to improve the trust of consumers in food products. How much do you trust your food? Find out the systems of food supply, security, sustainability, nutrition and quality.

The course will start on Monday 22nd October 2018. Join now to receive assistance from the tutors.

Link al corso su Future Learn


The course  “Understanding Different Diets: Mediterranean, Baltic sea, and Okinawa” will help participants to know the health benefits of the Mediterrean, the Baltic sea and the Okinawa diets, based on updated scientific basis. At the end of the course, participants will be able to know features and benefits of these three diets; identify food properties; develop a comprehension of healthy food consumption and learn how to prepare healthy recipes.

Link diretto al corso su Future Learn


The MOOC “Food for thought – the interaction between food and brain”, will examine the interaction between intestine and brain. In fact, organs which are apparently unrelated, are actually interconnected. Through biology, psychology and neurosciences, the correlation between brain, thoughts, emotions and food will be examined.

Link diretto al corso su Future Learn


The course  “Fork2Farm: Sustainable agriculture in a changing environment” will focus on threats to global food security and will consider the main challenges that have to be faced in order to maintain healthy and sustainable food supply for the well-being of consumers in both developing and developed countries. In fact, global chains of food supply are encountering always more significant problems, which affect security and sustainability of the food industry and reduce faith of consumers.


The course “Superfoods: myths and truths” will bring to the discovery of superfoods, such as Goji berries, amaranth and quinoa. Through biology, cognitive sciences and nutrition, positive and negative aspects of this kind of food will be highlighted, with particular attention to super features of traditional food.


For all information about MOOCs, you can contact the Ateneo Unito EIT Food Staff – Direzione Ricerca e Terza Missione, writing an email to eitfood@unito.it.

 

its

The Fondazione ISTITUTO TECNICO SUPERIORE PER LE TECNOLOGIE DELL’INFORMAZIONE E DELLA COMUNICAZIONE  starts the selection of the students for the years 2018/2020, for the courses:

  • Interaction & Visual Design
  • Web & Mobile App Development
  • Integrated Backend Services
  • ICT Security Specialist

The courses will be given in via Durandi 10, Torino

The courses are addressed to people who completed high school and last two years (for a total amount of 1800 hours, which include 560 of internship). Lessons are given during the day and are fully financed by the Ministero and Regione Piemonte.

Next open day will be 3rd October at 3pm in PIAZZA DEI MESTIERI 2, Via Durandi 10 – Torino.

Selections will be open till 8th October 2018, 12.00 am.

On the public notice you will find delivery methods and assessment criteria.


The Fondazione ISTITUTO TECNICO SUPERIORE PER LE TECNOLOGIE DELL’INFORMAZIONE E DELLA COMUNICAZIONE  starts the selection of the students for the years 2018/2020, for the courses:

  • Tourism Product Manager in Via Massena 20, Torino.
  • Technical course for the management of tourists accommodations in Piazza Giolitti 8, Bra (CN)

The courses are addressed to people who completed high school and last two years (for a total amount of 1800 hours, which include 600 of internship). Lessons are given during the day and are fully financed by the Ministero andRegione Piemonte.

The next open days will be:

  • 24/09 at  3.00 pm –  ASCOMFORMA Via Avogadro, 32 – Cuneo
  • 27/09 at 3.00 pm – SAVIGLIANO FORMAZIONE Via Mabellini, 2/1 – Savigliano
  • 02/10 at 11.00 am, ALPITOUR, Via Lugaro 15 a Torino

Selections will be open till 5th October 2018

On the public notice you will find delivery methods and assessment criteria.

 

Collaborazione Unito e Polito
Educational agreement for student exchange programme with the Politecnico di Torino
2018-2019 a. y. Call

The Università degli Studi di Torino and the Politecnico di Torino mutually offer its bachelor and master students who request it on time and following information in the Call online, the opportunity to attend single courses and to take the exams by the end of the academic year, before the end date given by the host University.

The possibility of attending courses and taking exams in the host University concerns only courses defined as free credits ( optional exam – TAF D). For the 2018-2019 a.y. it will be given to a maximum of 50 students, of which 3 for each course.

Only students who are regularly attending a Bachelor, Master or a Full-cycle Degree Programme in the Università degli Studi di Torino.

Applications must be submitted online from July 27 to September 14, 2018, following instructions in the agreement document (documento di accordo).

The call includes all detailed information on the programme, as well as the course list of the Politecnico, which can be chosen and put in one’s own course list.

Applications will be accepted according to their chronological order.

The list of selected students will be published on October 5, 2018 on the University website.

For further information, please write to ordid-apd@unito.it

Summer School italiano per stranieri

The Italian Summer School for Foreigners  takes place twice a year:

July 4 marks the 20th year of Italiano, arte e cultura (“Italian, art and culture”), the Italian Summer School for Foreigners, organised by the Comitato Torino Università Estate (TUE) of the Università degli Studi di Torino, in collaboration with Centro Linguistico di Ateneo CLA-UniTO and Città di Torino.

In 2018, it will take place from July 4 to July 26. The intensive language course, held by qualified professors, include a wide variety of cultural activities: seminars, tours, day trips, tastings and many other opportunities to learn about and appreciate completely the Piedmontese region. For 20 years, the strenght of our Summer Schools has been the chance of combining a high-quality Italian language course with the experience of an unforgettable holiday in Piedmont. A full-immersion in the Italian culture with TUE staff, young interns of the University of Turin and Master students of the Dipartimento di Lingue Straniere in Promozione e Organizzazione turistico-culturale del Territorio.

Since 1998, TUE Summer Schools have started a twenty-year-old tradition of excellence in teaching L2 Italian, becoming a project of promotion of our area and of our cultural heritage for foreigners coming from every part of the world.

The Summer School is oriented towards students, teachers, professors, doctors, researchers and scholarship recipients, but also to freelancers and foreign workers, citizens living in Turin and everyone who is interested in studying Italian. Courses are available in all levels, from pre-A1 to C1, according to the criteria of the Common European Framework of Reference. This year, there will be a chance for foreign students of gaining ECTS credits which they can use in their University.

You can find information on enrolment, costs and stay, on the website www.italianoperstranieri.unito.it.
For further information, please contact italianoperstranieri@unito.it


The Summer School “Italiano, arte e cultura” (Italian, art and culture) turns 20!

We will celebrate on Wednesday, July 4 in Sala Principe D’Acaja of the University of Turin, in Via Verdi, 8.

Programme:

9.30 AM – Welcome

10 AM – Institutional greetings
Prof. Gianmaria Ajani, Dean of the University of Turin
Prof. Lorenza Operti, Vice-Dean for Didactics and Internationalization, UniTO
10.20 AM – Stories and experiences of Torino Università Estate 1998 – 2018
10.30 AM – Internationalization in UniTO: the Torino Università Estate project
Prof. Marie-Berthe Vittoz
10.50 AM – Report of a tour through the culture and beauty of our area
Prof. Laura Pelissetti
11.10 AM – From Italian to cross-cultural influence in film experience
Prof. Teresa Biondi
11.30 AM – Experiences of former participants and interns
11.50 AM – Welcome speech by Città di Torino for the 20th anniversary
Doc. Fortunata Armocida, Relazioni Internazionali Città di Torino
12.10 PM – Presentation of the 2018 Summer School
12.30 PM – Food and drinks

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