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Are you already aware about educational opportunities post-high school diploma? Did you know that there are both university and non-university study paths? Do you know what are the open admission courses and how to enroll?

On 6th September at 15.30 at the InformaGiovani centre, Via Garibaldi 25, there will be the first out of 2 orientation meetings about post-high school diploma opportunities.
The meeting will be attended by all the 7 ITS Piedmont associations and by Studyintorino, of the service Turin University City. If you would like to participate, please fill in the Google form at the link

Politecnico has decided to renew mobility and culture initiatives. These initiative allow full-time students who are registered at degree courses, master’s degrees and PhDs to benefit from support for travelling tickets, bike sharing services, museum passes and a Fablab membership.

21 st December 2021
Applications have to be submitted through the Student Pass (Abbonamenti Studenti) online procedure.
The procedure will be activated only on the personal page of the students who meet the requirements.

 Full-time registration in 2021/2022 academic year to a degree course, Master’s Degree or PhD
 Having the following number of credits from 10 th August 2020 to 10 th August 2021:

Registered in Degree courses and Master’s degree 0 CFU
Registered for the second time in Degree Courses and Master’s
Degree 10 CFU
Registered for more than the second time in Degree Courses and
Master’s Degree 25 CFU
Registered in in a PhD 0 CFU

New headquarters for the Fashion School

IED Torino recently inaugurated the new spaces for the Fashion School in a dedicated venue (Corso Matteotti, 11 – Turin).

The Academic Courses in Fashion Design and Jewelry and Accessories Design have been renewed with a focus on distinctive content and research areas.

The new cultural orientation today follows a path whose focus is research and innovation on materials and fabrics of the latest generation. The spaces, in addition to the new classrooms for front lectures, also include a tailoring workshop, fabric library and Cintiq classroom with 25 Dell Alienware and Wacom Cintiq 22HD workstations equipped with the latest generation software for Clo3D fashion design, useful in simulation and three-dimensional modeling.

The inaugurated spaces are IED Torino’s response to a growing need for the headquarters to have more and more avant-garde laboratories equipped to support collaborations with the most innovative companies in this sector.

IED Mobility-Lab

IED inaugurates in Turin IED mobility lab – a laboratory for innovation and development on the mobility of the future. The objective of the participatory research laboratory is to investigate the role of design in relation to different themes, such as the movement of people and things and the relationship between transport systems and cities.

At the head of IED mobility lab Luca Borgogno, Design Manager Pininfarina, an ex-student who has been working for years with the headquarters and whose professional experience, developed over twenty years of activity culminating in Pininfarina and Lamborghini, has always focused on research activities on the mobility of the future.

With the start of the IED mobility lab activities, the Turin office confirms for the 15th year the participation at the next International Motor Show in Geneva, presenting the latest concept car created by the historic Master in Transportation Design in collaboration with the European Design Center Hyundai.

The concept is also the result of the project participation initiated by the headquarters with a selection of leading international companies: Sila Group, project partner, Sabelt and Protocube Reply, technical partners.

For more info visit the IED Torino website.

On Saturday, October 14, “Torino Mapping Party – Collaborative mapping for a better mobility” will take place. It is the first mapping party of the City of Turin, organized by 5T and ITHACA  under the program of Torino Design of the City, a week of meetings, exhibitions and workshops about design.

The mapping party is an event in which experts meet less experienced users, citizens and whoever wants to participate and contribute to the sharing of maps and gain a shared and wide knowledge of the territory in which we live.

The aim of the first Torino mapping Party is to involve the citizens and the ones who live in the city to contribute to the OpenStreetMap maps, used by the information service Muoversi a Torino, with the collection and input of data and information of public interest for the benefit of all those who live, work or visit Turin. The district Barriera di Milano will be the first area to be mapped for this first edition.

For more information and to sign up (until October 12) please visit: