The University of Turin


The University of Turin presents itself as a house of general studies, The birth of this house of studies was formalized on October 27, 1404, by Pope Benedict XIII.

It was a university reserved for a few until in the summer of 1800 the Second Provisional Government of Italy gave it the title of National University.

Unito is closely linked to the European higher education area through 1300 Erasmus+ conventions, 26 dual degree conventions and 100 doctoral conventions.

Through a constantly evolving international network, Unito offers a multidisciplinary and stimulating learning environment. For example, its visiting professors’ project attracts more than 100 professors from the best universities in the world each year.

As the leader of the European University Alliance UNITA Universitas Montium, Unito coordinates with five partner institutions in France, Spain, Portugal and Romania a project aimed at promoting the common linguistic heritage of Romanesque-speaking countries and promoting innovative research topics such as renewable energies.

The training offer

As already stated at the beginning of this section, the undergraduate and postgraduate degrees offered by the University of Turin are concentrated in the sectors of Medicine, Science, Politics, Education, Literature, Languages and Humanist Literature. A total of 69 career courses, 9 bachelor’s degrees and 79 specialization courses are offered.
From the official website of the University we can deepen the careers according to different levels (see more in Italian Educational System):

  • Laurea Triennale or Undergraduate degree(3 years)
  • Laurea Magistrale or Postgraduate degree (2 years)
  • Laurea Magistrale a Ciclo Unico or 5-year or 6-year postgraduate degree
  • Postgraduate courses (such as Master, Specializations, PhDs
  • Scuola di Studi Superiori “Ferdinando Rossi” (high-level university school that accompanies and integrates the formative itinerary of the students enrolled in the courses of study of the University)
  • Summer School and Winter School (Courses and initiatives promoted by the educational structures of the University)

Here you will find more detailed information on the subjects that will be studied during the university career, in addition to the various services that the University offers to students.

Do you want to find out how to enroll in this university? Go to this page!

Contact them!

International Students Office

Complesso Aldo Moro, Palazzina D – Via Sant’Ottavio 12, 10124 Turin, Italy

E-mail: [email protected]

Tel: +39 011 6704452

Mon-Fri 2pm-4pm
Open by appointment only.