Engineering Area

For admission to a Master's degree programme at Politecnico di Torino you are required to:

  • have a three-year Bachelor's degree or university diploma, or other educational qualification obtained outside Italy and recognized as suitable for admission;
  • meet the curricular requirements;
  • have an academic performance considered suitable for admission;
  • have an English language certificate (B2 level or above).

PLEASE NOTE: Admissions to the Master's degree programmes in Industrial Production Engineering and Technological Innovation and admissions to the international major of the Master's degree programmes in Physics of Complex Systems and Nanotechnologies for ICTs are regulated by specific calls for applications, which can be consulted on the News section of the website.

 

You can submit your application even if you have not earned your Bachelor’s degree yet, but you need to have earned at least 140 credits at Bachelor’s level on the date of application submission.                                                                             

You can enrol in a Master's degree programme both in the first semester and in the second semester.
You can apply for a maximum of 2 Master’s degree programmes. If you apply for a Master’s degree programme taught both in English and in Italian, it won’t be counted as 2 choices, but as a single choice. e.g. Ingegneria Meccanica + Mechanical Engineering = 1 choice.

Your application for admission is only valid for the academic year in which it is submitted. This means that if you are admitted but do not enrol in the programme or in single courses, you will have to apply again for admission in future academic years.
You can submit your application even if you don’t have an English language certificate yet.
The time frame for the submission of admission applications is available on the Apply@polito portal, Deadlines section.

Applicants who have been admitted to a Master’s degree programme but cannot complete the enrolment process for different reasons (missing Bachelor’s degree/language certificate; transfer from another university) are allowed to read the learning material of the lectures and watch the video-lessons (if available) on their personal page of the Apply@polito platform while they wait until they can enrol.

After admission these students will find a specific section on their Apply@polito page where they can join online classes (live), watch video-lectures (previously recorded by the teaching staff) and download the learning material.

Please note: video lessons are not available right after the end of the class. Normally it takes a few days until the recordings are published. It is up to the teaching staff to decide whether to publish the video recordings or not.

IMPORTANT: as soon as you enrol in the programme, you must create your Personal Study Plan/ Annual Personal Study Plan. In fact, selecting your courses on the Apply@polito platform IS NOT EQUIVALENT to defining your PSP/APSP

You can enrol in a Master's degree programme both in first semester and in second semester.  There are specific deadlines that you must meet.


ENROLMENT IN FIRST SEMESTER

If you enrol in a Master's degree programme in first semester, you are allowed to include both first-semester and second-semester courses in your Annual Personal Study Plan. After enrolling in the programme, you need to create your Personal Study Plan and fill in your Annual Personal Study Plan, following the rules published in the Student Guide 2023/24.

The students who enrol after September 29th can create their Study Plan within 10 days from the date of enrolment.
 

ENROLMENT IN SECOND SEMESTER

Applicants from PoliTo who graduate in December or March (who had not advanced any Master's courses) and applicants from other Italian Universities who graduate after the deadline for the enrolment in first semester are allowed to enrol in a Master's degree programme in second semester.
This type of enrolment allows you to include in your APSP:

  • first-year courses offered in first semester (only if they are courses that can be advanced at Bachelor’s level according to the programme curriculum);
  • first-year courses offered in second semester;
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  • second-year courses offered in second semester

Applicants from other Italian Universities will have to wait until they complete the enrolment process before they can actually select their courses. The courses can be chosen during the creation of the Personal Study Plan/Annual Personal Study Plan. In any case. These students are allowed to attend classes even if they have not enrolled in the programme yet.

 

ENROLMENT PROCEDURE

Before enrolling in a Master’s degree programme you need to have earned your Bachelor’s degree.

Follow these steps:

  • you need to have earned your Bachelor’s degree
    • Applicants from Politecnico di Torino: the registration of your Bachelor’s degree is automatic after graduation(Student status: GRADUATED).
    • Applicants from other Italian Universities:  you must enter your graduation date and final grade on the Apply@polito platform - Educational Background section.
  • confirm the data previously entered in your application;
  • click the button “Procedi con l’immatricolazione/Enrol” on the Apply@polito platform -  Evaluations section;
  • pay the first instalment of your tuition fees as indicated in the Tuition Fee Guide 2023/2

Payment methods are the following:

  1. Credit cards (or other payment methods available on the PagoPA platform) generating an immediate payment;
  2. Pre-printed notice of payment (MAV on the PagoPA platform), generating a deferred payment.

The use of a deferred payment method at point 2 is valid solely and exclusively if it is supported by a self-declaration of the payment date certifying that the payment was made before the deadline and in the Italian territory. This declaration must be submitted by the same deadline. Should the self-declaration be found to be false or incorrect, the online enrolment will be cancelled and the applicant will lose the right to enrol at Politecnico for academic year 2023/24.

At the end of the payment phase, the system will show your student ID number and the access credentials to log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal.


In addition to the procedure explained above, applicants from other Italian Universities must complete the enrolment process with the identification and verification of their personal data. The system will inform students that the enrolment has not been completed with a message shown on the student’s personal page of the Teaching Portal – Message: “Immatricolazione da completare / Enrolment to be completed”.

Failure to complete the enrolment process (identification and verification of personal data) entails permanent exclusion from enrolment at Politecnico.

The deadlines to complete the enrolment process are the following:

  • 19/12/2023 for students who enrol in first semester;
  • 15/04/2024 for students who enrol in second semester.

These students will have limited access to the services available on the personal page of the Teaching Portal (e.g. they cannot request enrolment certificates and cannot register for any exam, etc.) until they complete the enrolment process.

How to make the identification and verification of personal data (enrolment to be completed)

For the identification and verification of personal data, students must book an in-person appointment using the Booking Tool available on their personal page of the Teaching Portal (My academic progress – Booking Tool - Academic progress issues - Online help desk  – Collecting or replacement Smart Card). On the day of the appointment, students will be able to collect their Smart Card.

After completing this phase, the message shown on the student’s personal page of the Teaching Portal – Message: “Immatricolazione da completare / Enrolment to be completed” will be automatically cancelled.

 


Students who enrol in a new Master’s degree programme in second semester after withdrawing from studies

If you withdraw from a Polito Master’s degree programme after the deadline for enrolment in first semester, you will be able to enrol in a new Master's degree programme in second semester provided that you meet the corresponding deadlines. Please see the Tuition Fee Guide a.y. 2023/24 for more information.

 

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If you do not meet some curricular requirements when you apply for admission to a Master’s degree programme, you must make up for these unfulfilled requirements (credits) before enrolling in a Master’s degree programme. You must enrol in single courses in order to earn the credits required for admission to the Master’s degree programme you have chosen. You can enrol in single courses for a maximum of 60 credits.

Fees and payment methods

For fees and payment methods, please read the Tuition Fee Guide for a.y. 2023/24

Procedure

Make sure you do not select "Enrol in SINGLE COURSES" in the “Select your programme” section of the Apply@polito platform but follow these steps:

  1. Submit your application for admission to the Master’s degree programme you have chosen and wait for the evaluation of your application; (see the Online application section)
  2. in the Evaluations section of the Apply@polito platform you will see that the status of your application is "rejected (respinto)"  since you do not meet the curricular requirements;
  3. Click “Enrol in single courses” in the Evaluations section 
  4. A new section, called Single Courses, will be displayed and you will be able to see the list of suggested courses that you need to take in order to make up for your unfulfilled curricular requirements.
  5. Submit your request from the SAVE and SUBMIT section and pay your fees from the Evaluations section.

You will receive your student ID number and the access credentials to log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal after completing your payment. 

The deadline for enrolling in single courses is 4th April 2024.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: applicants from other Italian Universities must complete the enrolment process with the identification and verification of their personal data.

The deadline to complete the enrolment process is 15th April 2024. These students will have limited access to the services available on the personal page of the Teaching Portal (e.g. they cannot request enrolment certificates and cannot register for any exam, etc.) until they complete the enrolment process.


How to make the identification and verification of personal data (enrolment to be completed):

For the identification and verification of personal data, students must book an in-person appointment using the Booking Tool available on their personal page of the Teaching Portal (My academic progress – Booking Tool - Academic progress issues - Online help desk  – Collecting or replacement Smart Card). On the day of the appointment, students will be able to collect their Smart Card.


Following the approval of the Law on Double enrolment in two study courses, students from Politecnico and from other universities who have not earned their Bachelor's degree yet can enrol in single courses in order to make up for their unfulfilled curricular requirements for admission to a Master's degree programme. If you enrol in single courses, you will be able to take your second-semester courses during the 2024 winter examination session, so you will not have to wait until the end of the second semester to take these exams.


Please note that the courses assigned by the Teaching Committee to make up for unfulfilled curricular requirements cannot be recognized after you enrol in your Master’s degree programme, even if they are part of the programme curriculum. The grades obtained in these subjects do not count towards the Master's average grade for graduation.

You will be able to enrol in your Master’s degree programme after you pass all the exams of your single courses:

  • If you make up for your unfulfilled curricular requirements during the winter examination session, you will be allowed to enrol in the Master’s degree programme you have chosen starting from the second semester. The enrolment deadline is 4th April 2024. When all grades of your single courses are recorded in your transcript, you need to contact the Student Careers Unit using the Ticketing system to close your position as a "student enrolled in single courses" and you will be able to complete your enrolment in your Master’s degree programme.
  • If you do not pass all the exams of your single courses by 4th April 2024, you will not be able to enrol in your Master's degree programme for a.y. 2023/24 a.y, In any case, you will have the possibility to sit the exams until  the last examination session of the year (September 2024);
  • Enrolment in single courses is valid for one academic year only. For this reason, if you do not pass all the exams of your single courses by September 2024,  you will have to send your application for Master's admission again from the Teaching Portal – Apply@polito portlet  (using your ID and  credentials of student enrolled in single courses). You will have to wait for the evaluation of the Teaching Committee and enrol again the single courses that will be assigned to you.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have been denied admission to a Master’s degree programme due to your unfulfilled academic requirements but you have not enrolled in single courses by 4th April 2024, you are NOT allowed to enroll in single courses “for open competitive exams, professional updating and requalification” selecting the courses of the Master’s degree programme you have applied for.


After completing the enrolment process, you must create your Annual Personal Study Plan and your Personal Study Plan within 10 days of the date of enrolment.

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If you do not have the required English language certificate - B2 level - on the closing date for enrolment in first semester, you can purchase the first-semester courses offered in Year 1 of the Master's degree programme you are interested in (enrolment in single courses).

To enrol in single courses you need to:

  • submit the application for admission to the Master's degree programme you are interested in;
  • meet the following admission requirements: suitable academic performance + curricular requirements;
  • have already earned your Bachelor's degree;
  • meet the deadline for enrolment in single courses.

IMPORTANT: Enrolment in single courses in second semester for unfulfilled language requirements is not permitted. As a student enrolled in single courses, you will be able to take the IELTS exam (English language certificate) in the sessions organized by the University Language Center (CLA) at a reduced cost.

Remember: if you are going to get your language certificate by 24/11/2023, you do not need to enrol in single courses. In this case, you can enrol in your Master's degree programme in first semester.

 


Fees and payment methods

For fees and payment methods, please read the Tuition Fee Guide for a.y. 2023/24

Procedure

The guided procedure for enrolment in single courses will become visible as soon as you receive a positive evaluation for your curricular requirements and academic performance and a negative evaluation for language requirements (language certificate still missing).

  1. "Procedi con l'iscrizione a singoli insegnamenti" Go to the Evaluations section of your personal page of the Apply@polito platform and click  “Enrol in single courses”.
  2. Go to the Single Courses section:  you will see the list of all first-semester courses offered in Year 1 by all the specialist pathways of the Master's degree programme you have chosen (please see the course catalogue of your programme published on the website). You do not need to select all the courses, but only the courses that you want to attend. Do not forget that after completing the enrolment process, you will not be able to include in your APSP the first-semester courses that you have not purchased during this phase, except for the courses that can be taken before the course is offered / delivered. (these courses will be marked in the course catalogue)
  3. Select your courses, save the list and submit your request from the SAVE and SUBMIT section.
  4. Complete your enrolment from the Evaluations section and pay the required amount.

At the end of the payment phase, the system will show your student ID number and the access credentials to log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal.

 

IMPORTANT NOTICE: applicants from other Italian Universities must complete the enrolment process with the identification and verification of their personal data.

These students will have limited access to the services available on the personal page of the Teaching Portal (e.g. they cannot request enrolment certificates and cannot register for any exam, etc.) until they complete the enrolment process.

How to make the identification and verification of personal data (enrolment to be completed):

For the identification and verification of personal data, students must book an in-person appointment using the Booking Tool available on their personal page of the Teaching Portal (My academic progress – Booking Tool - Academic progress issues - Online help desk  – Collecting or replacement Smart Card). On the day of the appointment, students will be able to collect their Smart Card. 

After completing this phase, the message shown on the student’s personal page of the Teaching Portal – Message: “Immatricolazione da completare / Enrolment to be completed” will be automatically cancelled.

If you do not get your language certificate by 4th April 2024, you will not be allowed to enrol in any Master's degree programme for academic year 2023/24. Your enrolment in single courses (exclusively first-semester courses already present in your Annual Personal Study Plan) will remain valid for the entire academic year (2023/24) until the end of the autumn exam session.

PLEASE NOTE: If you have been denied admission to a Master’s degree programme due to your unfulfilled language requirements and you do not get your language certificate by 4th April 2024, you will NOT be allowed to enrol in single courses “for open competitive exams, professional updating and requalification” selecting the courses of the Master’s degree programme you have applied for

 


How to upload your English language certificate

When you obtain your English language certificate, you must submit it to Politecnico that will allow you to enrol. You must follow the procedure for Uploading Language Certificates available on your Personal page of the Teaching Portal – Online Services tab.   

How to upload your language certificate:

  1. If you got your IELTS certificate through the University Language Center (CLA): your certificate will be registered automatically a few days after the results are published (you do not need to enter the data on the Apply@polito platform);
  2. If you got your IELTS certificate outside Politecnico you must enter the TRF number. (You can find this number on your certificate or in the message you received by e-mail when the results were published.)
  3. If you have a Cambridge certificate you must log in to your Cambridge personal page and select the option that allows Cambridge to share your results with Politecnico di Torino (follow the instructions available at https://support.cambridgeenglish.org/hc/en- gb/articles/360021664771-Sending-your-results-to-a-recognising- organisation). Enter the Candidate's ID number – or – if this is not possible – upload the certificate or Statement of results.
  4. If you have a TOEFL certificate you must enter the code of Politecnico di Torino (C285) when you register for the exam. On the Apply@polito platform you need to specify the Appointment Number. Alternatively, you must upload a scan copy of your TOEFL certificate for verification purposes.
  5. If you have a different English certificate (included in the list of accepted certificates published on the CLA website) you must upload a scanned copy of your certificate to the Apply@polito platform. 

After the verification of your certificate, you will be able to proceed with enrolment at Politecnico


Enrolling in a Master's degree programme after obtaining your English language certificate

Procedure:

  1. Log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal which shows your SINGLE COURSES  (DO NOT login with the  F-username that you used to submit your application for admission to the Master's degree programme)
  2. Select the Online services tab, select the Apply@polito portlet and click  "Effettua nuova iscrizione/Make a new enrolment"
  3. Select the Evaluations section on your Apply@polito personal page and click the button "Enrol in this programme";
  4. pay the tuition fee amount shown on the page in order to complete your enrolment;
  5. write down your new student ID number.

PLEASE NOTE: if you have booked/passed any exam in the Winter examination session we strongly recommend you wait for their registration before completing the enrolment process.

We suggest you read the Tuition Fee Guide for a.y. 2023/24 for information on Tuition Fee Reductions.

If you are enrolled in a Master’s degree programme at Politecnico di Torino and you intend to apply for an internal transfer to another Master’s degree programme offered by our University, you need to submit your request before the DEADLINES and comply with the following requirements:

  • curricular requirements (for applicants with a non-Italian Bachelor's degree: the verification of the admission requirements is carried out in advance by the Academic Advisor of the programme. In case of approval, the Academic Advisor will decide on the recognition of the credits earned by the applicant during a previous Master's degree programme);
  • language requirements: students with a non-Italian Bachelor's degree who intend to transfer to an Italian-taught programme must have an Italian language certificate.

IMPORTANT: if you are going to apply for an internal transfer, you  MUST NOT create your Personal Study Plan / Annual Personal Study Plan for the new academic year until you accept or reject the internal transfer resolution.

Therefore, first of all, you must submit your internal transfer application. You can do it DURING the SEPTEMBER EXAMINATION SESSION (and normally take your exams at the same time). When all your exams have been recorded in your transcript, you can accept/reject the internal transfer and later you can create your Personal Study Plan/ Annual Personal Study Plan.


How to apply for an internal transfer:

  1. log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal;
  2. select the Online Services tab - Apply@polito portlet;
  3. select the Master's degree programme you want to transfer to from the section "Select your programme" (you are allowed to select only one Master's degree programme);
  4. confirm your data and submit your internal transfer application (students with a non-Italian Bachelor's degree must apply as indicated on the website https://didattica.polito.it/inte/en/apply_msc_step1 and pay online the non-refundable amount of € 20. Online payment by credit cards on the PagoPA platform);
  5. wait for the outcome of the evaluation of your previous academic records – you can check this result in the Evaluations section available on your Apply@polito personal page;
  6. if your internal transfer is accepted, you will see a list of the exams that have been recognized (if you do not want to accept the validation of a specific exam, click X). You can now accept or reject the internal transfer resolution.

PLEASE NOTE: if you are still waiting for some grades to be recorded in your transcript (for example, exams taken in the September session), you must wait until all exam grades have been recorded before you can confirm your internal transfer.
We remind you that you can accept/reject your internal transfer also after the closing date for the creation of the PSP/APSP.
If you accept/reject your internal transfer during the time frame for the creation of the PSP/APSP, you are required to create your PSP/APSP by the standard deadline.
If you accept/reject your internal transfer after the closing date for the creation of the PSP/APSP, you are required to create the PSP/APSP within 10 days from the date of acceptance/rejection.
 

Please note that you will be charged the cost of the internal transfer application (50 Euro) if you do not confirm your transfer after seeing the evaluation of your previous academic records.
We remind you that you cannot apply for an internal transfer during your first year.

If you are enrolled in a Master’s degree programme at another Italian university and you intend to transfer to a Master’s degree programme offered by Politecnico di Torino, you must submit your previous academic records for an evaluation through the  Apply@polito platform. 

Your previous academic records will be assessed in order to verify if you meet the admission requirements of our Master’s degree programmes and to decide on the possible recognition of the credits that you have already earned.
 

Please follow the steps below:

1) APPLICATION SUBMISSION (see the related section ).


2) EVALUATION OF PREVIOUS ACADEMIC RECORDS

  • wait for the evaluation of your previous academic records (conducted by the Academic Advisor of the degree programme) with the possible recognition of previously earned credits. This evaluation will be available on your Apply@polito personal page – Evaluations section. The number of credits that can be recognized will be visible only after the conclusion of the evaluation process;
  • wait until you receive an offer of admission from Politecnico before submitting your transfer out application to your current university. Your current university will send the Transfer Out Clearance Form to Politecnico di Torino. Upon reception of this document, our offices will check your previous data and enable your enrolment

3) ENROLMENT AND CREATION OF THE PERSONAL STUDY PLAN AND ANNUAL PERSONAL STUDY PLAN: (please see the Student Guide – Creating your APSP/PSP)

 

IMPORTANT Before starting any transfer process at your current university, you should consider two different options:

  • transfer (congedo): this option is suggested if you have already passed some exams for which you intend to request credit transfer. In this case, the year of your first enrolment is the year when you enrolled in the Italian university system for the first time (years spent at your current university are calculated for your learning path at Politecnico);
  • or else, withdrawal from studies (rinuncia agli studi): this is suggested if you have not taken any exam yet or just a few of them. After withdrawing from your current university, you will be able to enrol as a first-year Master's student at Politecnico di Torino (years spent at your current university are not calculated for your learning path at Politecnico).

We remind you that:

  • You are required to pay a fee (100 euro) for the evaluation of your academic records. This amount will be deducted from your tuition fees if you enrol in the academic year for which you had submitted your application, but cannot be refunded in other cases.
  • If you come from another university you must earn a minimum of 50 credits (excluding the thesis credits) at Politecnico di Torino in order to earn your Master’s degree.
  • Transfers are possible only between Italian universities.

To enrol in a Master’s degree programme at Politecnico and obtain the recognition of your previously earned credits (credit transfer), you need to have one of the following degrees:

  • Master’s degree - Laurea Magistrale D.M. 270/04
  • Laurea Specialistica D.M. 509/99
  • Five-year degree - Laurea quinquennale ordinamento previgente D.M. 509/99.

If you have one of the above-mentioned degrees, you are required to submit your previous academic records for an evaluation through the Apply@polito platform by the deadlines.

Your previous academic records will be assessed in order to:

  • verify if you meet the admission requirements of the Master’s degree programme you have chosen, i.e.:
    • suitable academic performance
    • curricular requirements
    • language requirements
  • recognition of your previously earned credits

You are required to pay 100 Euro for the evaluation of your previous academic records. This amount is due also if you have studied at Politecnico.

Students admitted to a Master's degree programme must earn a minimum of 50 credits (excluding the thesis credits) at Politecnico di Torino in order to get their Master’s degree. The outcome of the evaluation will be available on the Apply@polito platform – Evaluations section.

Credit transfer after withdrawal/forfeiture

Students who have withdrawn from Politecnico and students who have been declared forfeited at Polito or at another Italian university can request the recognition of their previously earned credits when they enrol in a Master's degree programme at Polito.

Procedure

1. Submit your application

You are required to meet the deadlines and procedures to apply for admission to the Master’s degree programme you are interested in.

In addition, you must:

  • If you have studied at another Italian university:
    • register to the Apply@polito platform;
    • enter the required information about your interrupted academic studies;
    • upload the syllabi of all the courses that you passed;
    • select the Master's degree programme you want to apply for in the “Select your programme” section;
    • pay 100,00€
    • confirm your data and submit your application for admission
  • If you have studied at Polito:  
    • log in to the Apply@polito platform through the Teaching Portal using your old credentials;
    • select the Master's degree programme you want to apply for in the “Select your programme” section;
    • confirm your data and submit your application for admission.

2. Wait for the evaluation

  • your previous academic records will be evaluated by the Academic Advisor of the programme for the possible recognition of your previously earned credits 
    • You are not allowed to ask for an informal evaluation of your previous academic records.
  • At the end of the evaluation process, you will be able to accept or reject the credit transfer that you will find in the Evaluations section of your Apply@polito page. Make sure you meet the deadlines for this operation.

3. Enrol

  • if you accept the credit transfer, you need to pay 16,00€ for each recognized credit (ONLY FOR STUDENTS WHO STUDIED AT ANOTHER UNIVERSITY). After the payment, you will not be able to make any further changes.
  • complete your online enrolment before the deadlines using the link that you will find in the Evaluations section of your Apply@polito page;
  • at the end of the procedure, the system will show your student ID number and the access credentials to log in to your personal page of the Teaching Portal.

5. Create your PSP/APSP

Make sure your create your PSP/APSP within 10 days of the date of your enrolment.

Opening date for online applications (through Apply@polito) for admissions to the Master's degree programme in Industrial production and technological innovation engineering

   11th May 2023
Opening date for online applications (through Apply@polito) for admissions to the Master's degree programme in Physics of complex systems, international major and Nanotechnologies for ICTs, international major     18th May 2023

Application deadline for admissions to the Master's degree programme in Industrial production and technological innovation engineering

    31st May 2023

Application deadline for admissions to the Master's degree programme in Physics of complex systems (applicants with an Italian Bachelor's degree) and in Nanotechnologies for ICTs  - international major with an Italian Bachelor's 

     5th June 2023

Opening date (through Apply@polito) for sending the application in Master's degree programmes

  16th June 2023

Opening date (through Apply@polito) for online enrolment in Master's degree programmes(1)

   20th July 2023

Opening date (through Apply@polito) for internal transfers to a Master's degree programme

   20th July 2023

Opening date (through Apply@polito) for enrolling in Single Courses

   20th July 2023

Application deadline for Politecnico students to advance first-semester courses of the Master's degree programme and add them to the Annual Personal Study Plan

27th September 2023

Application deadline for internal transfers to a Master's degree programmes (both for applicants with an Italian Bachelor's and applicants with a non-Italian Bachelor's degree)

29th September 2023

Application deadline for transfers to a Master's degree programme for students from other universities

   20th October 2023

Application deadline for admissions to Master's degree programmes in the first semester

   20th October 2023 

Application deadline for credit transfer for Master's degree programmes - first semester

   20th October 2023

Deadline for enrolment in Master's degree programmes - first semester (1)

  24th November 2023

Deadline for enrolment in Single Courses for unfulfilled language requirements 

24th November 2023

Opening date for online application (through Apply@polito) for admissions to Master's degree programmes in the second semester

   4th December 2023

Deadline to complete the enrollment (candidates from other Universities) - first semester

 19th December 2023

Application deadline for admissions to Master's degree programmes in second semester 

      4th March 2024

Application deadline for credit transfer for Master's Degree programmes - second semester

      4th March 2024

Deadline for enrolment in Master's degree programmes - second semester and single courses (unfulfilled academic requirements - professional update)

     4th April 2024

Deadline for enrolment in Master's degree programmes for students enrolled in single courses (students without the required language certificate upon enrolment who have obtained the certificate)

     4th April 2024

Deadline to submit the application for the Dual Career Programme

     4th April 2024

Deadline to complete the enrollment (candidates from other Universities) - second semester

     15th April 2024

(1) Applicants who get their Bachelor's degree in the July graduation period are strongly encouraged to enrol in September, in order to take advantage of all services offered by Politecnico from the beginning of classes.

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PoliTOSport Dual Career

Successfully balancing your sports career with your academic education may bring subjective and objective difficulties.

The Dual Career programme of Politecnico di Torino supports student-athletes and helps you pursue your academic goals alongside your sports career. The programme has a one-year duration and is free of charge.

More information on the admission requirements is available on the PoliTo Sport website – Dual career section.

Students interested in participating must:

  • fill in the application form
  • attach the documents requested on the website, Dual Career section
  • present all the documents (application and attachments) to the Student Careers Unit (1st floor), or send it by Ticket

 

Applications must be submitted by 4th April 2024.