Studying at Politecnico

Studenti

Students (A.Y. 2023/24)

  • 39, 350 total students
  • 5,433 first year students 
  • 740 students enrolled in 1st and 2nd level Specializing Master’s programmes, Lifelong Learning courses and training courses for businesses (updated at A.Y. 2022/2023)
  • 1,446 Ph.D candidates 
  • 74% students from outside Piemonte (50% italians from outside Piemonte, 24% international students)

 

Graduates 2023

  • 7,743 graduates
  • Bachelor's degree 3, 531 (Average age 23,8)
  • Master's degree 4, 212 (Average age 26,4)

 

Course Catalogue A.Y. 2023/24

  • 25 Bachelor's degree programmes (4 in Architecture, Design and Spatial Planning - including 1 in cooperation with another university - and 21 in Engineering)
  • 37 Master's degree programmes (9 in Architecture, Design and Spatial Planning - including 2 in cooperation with other universities - and 28 in Engineering - including 1 in cooperation with another university)
  • 35 educational paths taught completely in English
  • 37 1st and 2nd level Specializing Master’s programmes and Lifelong Learning courses
  • 18 Ph.D programmes, including 5 in cooperation with other universities (3) and research centres (2)
  • Percorso Intraprendenti - for Bachelor's students
  • Early Research Honors School - for Bachelor's students
  • Percorso Alta Scuola Politecnica for Master's students

 

Employment rate of PoliTO Master's graduates

(Almalaurea 2023 - def. Istat Work Force):

  • PoliTO graduates 90,7% 
  • Industrial and Information Engineering 91,1% 
  • Architecture and Civil Engineering 89% 
  • Arte and Design 89,5%

The job satisfaction rate is around 8 (scale 1-10)

 

Students satisfaction rate from the Almalaurea survey

The satisfaction rate of our Master's students for the degree programme amounts to 90,7%; 86,1% of our Master's graduates would enrol again at Politecnico di Torino, among them, 74,3% would enrol in the same degree programme, while 11,8% would choose another programme (*Source: Almalaurea 2021).

Students’ satisfaction rate based on the report of the Joint Committee for Teaching

The general satisfaction rate for the overall educational path has been around 81% in the latest years, without major changes during the pandemics.

In particular, more than 84% of students were satisfied with the interaction with the professors and with the university infrastructures (*Source: annual report of the Joint Committee for Teaching, 2021-2022).

Soddisfazione questionario CPD

Ph.D programmes

 

Scholarships

80% of Ph.D candidates receive a scholarship
Ph.D. grants are 30% higher than national average
23% of Ph.D scholarships are funded by non-academic bodies
34 Ph.D. programmes offered in apprenticeship format

 

International Ph.D candidates

  • 20% of all Ph.D. candidates

 

Excellence of Ph.D students

  • 71% of Ph.D graduates scoring 105/110
  • 53% of Ph.D graduates scoring 110/110