University of Torino

Torino, Italy
With over 67,000 students and more than 3,500 academic and administrative staff, the University of Torino (UniTo) in north-west Italy is one of the country’s largest and most prestigious universities.



The University, founded in 1404, provides quality higher education and research opportunities; many UniTo graduates have achieved international renown.


Today, the University of Torino offers about 150 undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses in almost every field of study. A growing number of courses are taught in English, and Italian language tuition is available for incoming students.

The University’s 27 departments offer excellent opportunities for Italian and non-Italian academic staff; 4 doctoral schools provide 29 doctoral programmes.

International and local funding programmes, both public and private, support the University’s commitment to innovation and research.


  • National research projects

Funding and human resources for scientific and technological research

  • International research projects

The scientific research at international level at the University of Turin

  • ERC and MSCA at UniTO
  • Euraxess Research in motion

A unique initiative to promote research careers


A great range of undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses, as well as Italian language tuition for foreigners: many options, enabling students to find their future path.

Master's Programmes

Natural Sciences & Mathematics (2)
Computer Science & IT (1)
Medicine & Health (1)
Social Sciences (1)

Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at University of Torino!


Student services

The counselling service offers free assistance, provided by trained psychologists, to all students registered at the University who find themselves suffering from psychological disturbances. The assistance provided by our professional counselors will help students to understand what is going wrong in their thoughts and behaviors, thus enabling them to develop a more fruitful style of life and adjustment strategies which will guarantee them a higher level of well-being.

In this way, the individual can enhance their awareness and make more effective use of their own resources in responding to their needs and desires.

Housing services

The University of Torino provides a range of options in order to help its international students and guests find an accommodation in the city. They can apply for accommodation at Edisu University Residences or they can use the Sportello Casa Service and the Internet platform HousingAnywhere to find accommodation in private residences or share an apartment with other students.

Library services

There are more than 70 university libraries comprising about two millions books: 100.000 are antique volumes.

Medical services

Dyslexic studentsThe University of Turin has a special service department through which dyslexic students can:

  • request mediation assistance for forthcoming oral or written exams
  • request tutorship for specific didactic activities (take notes, record lessons)
  • obtain information on student matriculation and admission test procedures
  • arrange for one-on-one didactic counselling

Student Life

Campus life

Students and academic staff can make use of 34 libraries with over 2 million books, the Botanic Gardens, and a number of university museums; university accommodation, eating places, and sports facilities are well situated.

Torino is a lively, people-oriented city, and boasts a wide variety of cultural resources: historic buildings, world-class museums and galleries, and numerous exhibitions and fairs. The city’s parks and 2 rivers together with the nearby mountains and lakes provide a great leisure environment.

Sports facilities

CUS Torino Sports Centre aims at promoting competitive and non-competitive sports among students, teachers and employees at Turin University.The CUS CARD is free for Turin University students, Erasmus students, teachers and employees. In addition, thanks to CUS Progetto Disabili, disabled students can enjoy all activities offered for free, using specially adapted equipment, under the presence of a qualified instructor.

The Global Study Awards

Together with the ISIC Association and British Council IELTS, StudyPortals offers you the chance to receive up to £10000 to expand your horizon and study abroad. We want to ultimately encourage you to study abroad in order to experience and explore new countries, cultures and languages.