Polytechnic University of Turin Background
The Polytechnic University of Turin is an engineering institute based in Turin, Italy. This university was built in 1859 and it is partly public. It's Italy’s oldest technical university. The university offers several courses in the fields of Engineering, Architecture and Industrial Design.
Polytechnic University of Turin Campuses
Campuses of the Polytechnic University of Turin is influenced by Anglo-Saxon structures, with buildings for teaching, basis and applied research and services to the students in Turin, and a regional network of technological centres, dedicated to research activities, technological transfer, specialist education and services to the region.
Polytechnic University of Turin Programs and Courses
The university offers 28 Degree programs, 32 MS Degree programs, 18 Courses completely in English, 6 I level Specialization Masters, 27 II level Specialization Masters, 24 PhD programs, 6 Advanced training programs and 1 Specialization program.
Polytechnic University of Turin Rankings and Achievements
In 2018, According to QS World University Rankings among the engineering universities, it was ranked 33rd in the world. Politecnico Di Torino is the top national recipient of research funding from the Fondo di Finanziamento Ordinario. The Automotive Engineering program, conceived in collaboration with Fiat Group, has been consistently ranked among the top three in Europe for the past ten years.
Polytechnic University of Turin Notable Alumni
Notable Alumni of the University include Galileo Ferraris, Francesco Profumo, Corradino D'Ascanio and John Elkann.
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Bachelors : € 2,600
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