Polytechnic University Of Turin Ranking

Last Updated on December 13, 2022 by

The Polytechnic University of Turin consistently ranks among the top universities in Italy, and is among Europe’s leading universities for engineering, computer science and technology.
A technical college, the Technical School for Engineers, was first established in Turin in 1859 as the country embarked on a new era of industrialisation. This became the Royal Turin Polytechnic, and later the Polytechnic University of Turin.
The university has its own 16th century castle, the Castello de Valentino, which was a gift to the old Technical School for Engineers. Today, the university’s architecture students have the privilege of taking most of their classes in the grand rooms of the castle.
The Polytechnic University of Turin is a pioneer of international cooperation. It was among the first Italian universities to offer courses in English, to reach out to foreign universities and to establish its own department for international affairs.
Several of Italy’s most recognisable automotive brands – FIAT, Alfa Romeo and Lancia – are based in Turin. Unsurprisingly, automotive engineering is one of the Polytechnic Universities most successful courses, and its graduates have a high employment rate.
As well as the main campus in Turin, the university has research centres in four other cities in Northern Italy: Alessandria, Biella, Mondovì and Verrès.
Turin is one of Italy’s cultural and economic centres. It was formerly the country’s capital city, and its former status is obvious from its lavish baroque architecture and numerous attractions. It also has its own bike sharing system, ToBike, which offers students a healthy, cheap transport option.

Polytechnic University of Turin is ranked #494 in Best Global Universities. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence.

Polytechnic University of Turin Rankings

  • #494inBest Global Universities (tie)
  • #215inBest Global Universities in Europe
  • #27inBest Global Universities in Italy

Polytechnic University of Turin Subject Rankings

  • #127inChemical Engineering (tie)
  • #309inChemistry (tie)
  • #61inCivil Engineering
  • #215inComputer Science (tie)
  • #170inElectrical and Electronic Engineering
  • #107inEnergy and Fuels (tie)
  • #87inEngineering (tie)
  • #202inMaterials Science
  • #244inMathematics
  • #230inNanoscience and Nanotechnology (tie)
  • #431inPhysics (tie)

politecnico di torino fees

Read the Tuition Fee Guide 2020/2021and Tuition Fee Regulations 2020/2021 to find out about:

  • tuition fee amounts and payment deadlines (depending on your enrolment workload)
  • tuition fee reduction (based on your ISEE contribution level)

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Payment deadlines are also available in the Academic Calendar 2020/2021.Tuition fee reduction You can get a tuition fee reduction only if you specifically apply for it.Read the Tuition Fee Regulations 2020/2021and the Tuition Fee Guide 2020/2021 for information on how to apply for the tuition fee reduction.

If you are a full-time or a part-time student, you can get a tuition fee reduction based on your family’s financial condition. You need to have an ISEE Universitario or ISEE Parificato in order to apply for tuition fee reduction.
Tuition fees must be paid in two instalments (except for students “approaching the end of their studies”):

  • first-year students: the first instalment of the tuition fees is due upon enrolment; the second instalment is due by30th March 2021.
  • continuing students (enrolled in year 2 or beyond): the first instalment of the tuition fees is due upon enrolment (by 12th October 2020), the second instalment is due by 30th March 2021.  

For more information, please read the Tuition Fee Regulations 2020/2021 and the Tuition Fee Guide 2020/2021 (Section 3).   
Payment methods   You can pay your tuition fees from your personal page of the Teaching Portal – Online Services tab – Tuition fees and payments portlet – Pay your tuition feesusing the PagoPa system. On the PagoPa system you can choose if you want to make:

  • an immediate payment (by credit card or other payment methods available on the PagoPA platform);
  • a deferred payment by generating a pre-printed notice of payment (MAV).

Please note: if you choose a deferred payment method to pay an operation which normally requires a simultaneous payment (i.e. first enrolment/enrolment in next academic years, registration for the final examination etc.), you must certify the date of your payment (with a self-certificate). To certify the date of your payment, you must go back to the guided procedure (first enrolment/enrolment in next academic years, registration for the final examination, etc.) and click the button “Record your payment”.

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