If you are interested in participating in an exchange mobility project within the Erasmus+ Programme or another international mobility programme, you have to check whether your university has a specific agreement with Politecnico di Torino. In addition, you need to check the type of activity, the disciplinary field and the level (Bachelor/Master’s Degree/PhD) established by that agreement.
Depending on the type of agreement, you will have the opportunity to:
- attend courses for one or two semesters
- work on your final project (one semester)
- attend courses in the first semester and work on your final project in the second semester
- conduct research during a PhD programme
- do a traineeship in the framework of Erasmus+ Traineeship
Please note: Politecnico di Torino does not accept "free mover" exchange students. If your university does not have a bilateral agreement/Erasmus+ agreement with Politecnico di Torino, you can still study at Politecnico by taking single courses and paying the corresponding tuition fees.
Erasmus+ and Bilateral Agreement students have to meet the language requirements of Politecnico di Torino.
Below you can find the steps that you need to follow in order to take part in an exchange programme:
Final project mobility
Master's students or students enrolled in their 4th year at their Home University can work on their final project at Politecnico during a mobility programme.There are specific mobility agreements for these programmes. During this kind of mobility programme students work on their final project at Politecnico di Torino and will later defend it at their Home University only.
If you are interested in this kind of mobility, you must autonomously find a Polito professor who is available to supervise your final project work. This must be done before the beginning of your mobility: in fact, if you cannot find a supervisor, you will not be allowed to fill in the application form and be accepted for the programme.
You can consult the list of project proposals published by our professors and the list of the departments.
Research mobility during a Ph.D. programme
Students enrolled in a PhD programme at their Home University can take part in a reserach mobility project at Politecnico di Torino. This kind of activity allows PhD candidates to work on a research project but they will not be able to attend courses or theoretical lessons.
If you are interested in this kind of mobility, you must autonomously find a Polito professor who is available to supervise your research activity. This must be done before the beginning of your mobility: in fact, if you cannot find a supervisor, you will not be allowed to fill in the application form and be accepted for the programme.
You can check the list of the departments here.