Navigating choices

Compass symbolically pointing to the right decision

Making the right decision about your future studies is difficult. In this section, you can learn more about what Politecnico can offer to guide you towards the best choice.

We can help you choose the right university path at the end of high school by refelcting with you on your interests and potential so that you will fulfil your expectations for the future. Likewise, after earning your Bachelor's degree, we can support you with the decision to continue your studies with a Master's degree.

To begin with, you can learn more about the different levels of education in the Italian university system here:

Open Days

The Open Days (which include the Salone dell’orientamento - Orientation Fair) are an important occasion to help you choose the best Bachelor's or Master's degree programme. These orientation days are designed as opportunities for discussion and exchange. They will facilitate your entry into the academic environment and allow you to discover all the services and special projects that Politecnico offers to its student community.

The orientation initiatives continue with the Salone OFF - OFF Fair from 29th March 2023.


webinar eng admission modalities

Politecnico organises a series of webinars on the course catalogue and the admission procedures for academic year 2023/24 for prospective students. Each virtual session ends with a discussion in which participants can ask questions and receive live answers.

Participation is free of charge and does not require registration: simply click the participation link on the scheduled day and time.

Services and Support


Front Desk

Our Recruitment and Admissions Unit is available to help you make the right choice. We can answer your questions about our Bachelor's degree programmes and explain how to register for the admission test.


  • Corso Castelfidardo, 39 - 10129 Torino, c/o Cittadella Politecnica - 1st floor


 Front Desk - opening hours

  • Candidates with an Italian qualification: Tuesday and Thursday from 1.30 p.m. to 3.30 p.m.
    • Please note that the helpdesk will be temporarily closed on 6th and 20th April, 9th and 30th May for admission tests
  • Candidates with a non-Italian qualifications: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 12.30 p.m.
    • Please note that the helpdesk  will be temporarily closed on 20th April and 30th May for admission tests


Ticketing Support Service

For all requests and for general support, please contact us through the Ticketing Support Service:


Students and graduates from Politecnico di Torino 

(with username and password)

Log in for users registered to Apply@polito

(with username and password)

Guest users – FAQs and tickets

(registration not required)


Virtual Classroom Advisory Service

The Virtual classroom platform is the right way to get information about your future enrolment. You can request an online appointment with the staff of the Recruitment and Admissions Unit sending a ticket from the specific section.

We will send your the details on how to book the virtual appointment.

Fairs and events

The Recruitment and Admissions Unit takes part in an array of national and international events and fairs. On these occasions you can meet students and  experts, as well as gather information on enrolment, fees, study and university life at Politecnico di Torino.

Check out the upcoming events on the calendar:




Location and details

Orienta Puglia

10-11-12 October 2023


Orienta Sicilia

24-25-26 October 2023


14-15-16 November 2023





Location and details

GREECE- Athens

2nd March 2023

3:00 pm - 9:00 pm @IIC Athens 

ALBANIA - Tirana

25th March 2023

9:00 am - 6:00 pm @MAK Hotel Tirana 

Discover PoliTo course catalogue

PoliTo offers a wide range of degree programmes divided into four main areas: 

  • Engineering, an area of study that aims at the acquisition of design skills based on the specific context of action; scientific-technological skills to be used in research and/or in the transfer of new technologies into practical applications; organisational skills needed to build complex processes.
  • Architecture, an area of study focused on the development of skills to design the physical space inhabited by people; technical and scientific skills to carry out new interventions, to transform the existing heritage and to safeguard the historical heritage; communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to critically take part in work programmes.
  • Design, an area of study aimed at acquiring: the ability to fully plan and manage design processes and industrial products with the aim of striving for “zero emissions”; an interest in innovation combined with a broad vision of the approach to the production system, attentive to the humanistic components and placing the person at the heart of the project; the ability to interact with specialists from other disciplines to identify the leading and innovative sectors which require the development of open industrial systems and new ecological products and product-systems.
  • Territorial planning, an area of study aimed at developing: the ability to work with other experts from different disciplinary fields, to elaborate strategies, to contribute to the definition of policies, to design projects that address urban and territorial transformations; the ability to interact with different professionals - institutional, economic, social - also non-experts, stimulating active participation in decision-making processes; the necessary skills to operate in the local, national and European context.