Universita degli Studi di Torino





Founded in 1404, the University of Torino is one of the oldest Italian universities. It has about 70.000 students, studying in 13. The universityメs faculties cover virtually every field of knowledge; its Medical Diagnostics, Biotechnology and nanotechnology research centres are amongst the top research centres in Italy.

The University of Torino has a long tradition of teaching and research in traditional subjects such as history, philosophy, law, economics and medicine but it is currently branching out into important modern sectors, such as food science, social politics, IT, performing arts and communication sciences. Some of the degree courses offered are unique in Italy, such as Military Strategy, Biotechnology, Sport Sciences, Restoration and Conservation (in Venaria).

There are more than 70 university libraries comprising about two millions books: 100.000 are antique volumes. The Botanic Garden and several University Museums such as "Cesare Lombroso" - Criminal Anthropology Museum and "Luigi Rolando" - Human Anatomy Museum are well known.

Courses offered through English


The university does not provide accommodation for foreign students because it has no Campus. Students usually share a rented apartment with other students. You should budget for €300 to €375 per month