Gender-neutral bathrooms are coming to the Politecnico di Torino. Unisex toilets have already made their first appearance in an Italian university before: in fact, the first gender-neutral bathrooms were first inaugurated last June, at the University of Pisa. In autumn, the feasibility study for these new toilets might already be finished: the students of the Alter.Polis union, who had already brought forward a proposal to improve the university spaces, asked to add gender-neutral bathrooms to the existing ones, but the Academic Senate informed the public that the possibility of simply renovating the existing ones to make them unisex is not excluded.
The winter season has come and has brought us the desire to ski. CUS Torino has organized four days in the Colomion ski zone (Bardonecchia,
Les Arnauds, Melezet, Jafferau)
– Ski/Snowboard School: 3 hours of lessons on Saturday with the
ski/snowboard instructors of the NordOvest Ski School with 3 levels of ability:
beginner, intermediate and advanced.
– Transportation: bus with departure and arrival from Via Paolo Braccini 1,
TURIN (in front of the headquarters of the Cus Torino)
– Skipass: daily with insurance
January 15, 22, 29 and February 5, 2022.
Saturday, February 5, 2022, last day of the course, final dinner for everyone with music and fun. Return postponed to about 19.30.
Starting from November 15 at the Cus Torino Secretariat in Via Braccini 1 and Via Panetti 30.
– University students (Cus card free of charge): university fees, medical
certificate for non-competitive sports activity and completion of the Cus Torino
form, completed registration form.
– Non-University students (Cus card 20,00 €): medical certificate for non-
competitive sport activity and completion of the Cus Torino form, completed
There are different formulas with different costs.
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Students who registered in 2020/2021 have to complete the Passport.Unito online process no later than 30 th September 2021
Starting from 1 st October and until the online process is completed, those who do not complete the process within the deadline will not be able to fill in the study plan.
What is Passport.U
Passport.Unito is an online program that helps you acknowledge and promote your soft skills development. After a self-evaluation, you can participate in activities that include self-reflection, reading, lectures, on-line practice, videos and much more.
At the end of the program, you can repeat the self-evaluation to understand if you made any progress, take the final test on the program activities and receive an attendance certificate.
Passport.Unito attendance is not mandatory for students who are registered to restricted-access and free-access English courses (single-cycle Bachelor’s Degrees and Master’s Degrees) for 2020-21 academic year.
How does Passport.Unito work
You can access Passport.Unito platform only after registering to a degree course by accessing MyUnito
Studente or by using your credentials directly on the platform.
Would you like to enroll on an open admission master’s degree at the University of Turin? Here’s what you need to do:
Submit the preliminary application by following the procedure and the deadlines of the master’s degree you have chosen. The application can be submitted online or on paper, depending on your study course;
Wait for the result. Remember that every application will be assessed and dates for interviews may be set;
Enroll no later than 20 January 2021. You can find all information on the website www.unito.it
Thanks to the mobility project Erasmus+ Virtual Mobility, as part of the project UNITA – Universitas Montium, you can attend virtual lectures offered
by the universities which are partners of the UNITA consortium and take the related exams, in line with your study path.
In order to implement and enhance joint and flexible programs in the three courses of study, on the basis of interdisciplinary and multidisciplinary approaches and with a special focus on innovative pedagogical activities (for example the use of the latest digital technologies), the call UNITA Virtual
Mobility offers 22 places for virtual mobilities during the 2 nd semester of the academic year 2020-2021.
The deadline for application has been extended to 23 December 2020 at noon. You can find the call and all useful information here.
The application must be submitted only online by authenticating yourself with your credentials on MyUniTO and by selecting Iscrizioni (Enrollments) on the
menu, the option Bandi di Mobilità Internazionale (Calls for International Mobility) and then UNITA Virtual Mobility a.y. 2020-2021.
This virtual mobility program does not provide any financial aid. The Erasmus+ Virtual Mobility is considered as a learning experience to
internationalize your academic career: all learning activities done abroad will be recognized on the basis of what has been agreed through the Learning
Agreement for Studies.
Starting from 26 October, the new bus line 76N is available to students: it will connect the underground stop Paradiso to the Department of Agricultural
Science and Veterinary Medicine. The bus will be active only on week days, from Monday to Friday, from 7.30 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. and from 5 p.m. to 7.30 p.m. It will pass every 15 minutes and will be mostly for students who have to reach the University from the underground stop, although any citizen can use this bus.
Culture and Tourism in the digital era: the challenge for university students from Politecnico and UniTo kicks off.
The 30 students that will participate in the challenge “Culture and Tourism in the digital era” issued by Contamination Lab of Turin with the collaboration of Centro Conservazione e Restauro “La Venaria Reale” will try to answer questions that are very relevant today, such as “How will the digital change the mechanism to valorise identities and artistic heritage? How will the world of exhibitions and history of artworks change? What changes will the actors of the sector undergo?”
The aim is to come to interesting conclusions that combine culture and technology, two fields that are extremely interconnected today and can enhance
the other’s strengths.
Students will come up with solutions to innovate exhibition modalities and restoration to valorise our city’s cultural heritage. They will start from understanding the various factors relative to a specific ecosystem, always keeping in mind the “new normalcy” we are living in that influences our relationship with our cultural heritage. Thus, the aim is to develop idea to answer to the digitalization of culture and its effects.