All the Bachelor’s degree programmes offered by Politecnico di Torino are based on a “locally programmed admission” scheme. A limited number of students per program is foreseen and therefore only those students who obtain the best scores in the admission test can be admitted, until the prearranged maximum number of students is reached.
Special attention should be paid at the Bachelor degree in Architettura/ Architecture that is based on a “national programmed admission” scheme. In order to be admitted you need to sit for the related Admission Test at the specific university you applied for as first choice on the specific date established annually by the Italian Ministry of Education, Universities and Research.
For more information about the Admission Tests for the programs in Engineering, Design and Urban Planning - admission thresholds, knowledge required, exemptions from the test and the Call for Admission -please check HERE. In order to register to the Admission Test you need first to submit an online application through Apply@polito.
In order to register to the Admission Test for the program in Architecture you need to follow the instructions published by MIUR in the related ministerial decree, besides the registration to the Polito online application platform, APPLY@polito. To stay updated on this, please check regularly the following page.
Candidates with a foreign diploma must meet the following requirements in order to enroll:
1) High school diploma got after at least 12 years of schooling
- High school diploma got after 11 years of schooling + having passed ALL of the exams scheduled in the first academic year at home university
- High school diploma got after 10 years of schooling + having passed ALL of the exams scheduled in the first two academic years at home university
- High school diploma got after 10 or 11 years of schooling + a higher degree obtained in a post-secondary professional institution in a subject relevant to the selected bachelor or having passed one or two preparatory years (Foundation course) to fill the gap. Politecnico di Torino will decide about the eligibility of the Foundation year(s)
- U.S. high school diploma with at least 3 Advanced Placement courses (APs) passed with a grade between 3 and 5 in three different subjects related to the Bachelor’s degree programme chosen by the candidate (see the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission)
- U.K. high school diploma (GCSE) plus at least three A-levels in three different subjects related to the Bachelor’s degree programme chosen by the candidate (see the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission)
- Scottish high school diploma with at least three Advanced Highers, or, alternatively, 2 Advanced Highers + at least 4 Highers (see the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission)
2) For Countries where an Admission test to university is compulsory, it is necessary to attach a certificate attesting that the exam was passed (for ex: Concurso Vestibular, Gao Kao - minimum score 400 for Marco Polo students, Pruebas de Selectividad, Veveosi Prosvasis, ecc).
3) Language requirements
Programs taught in Italian: PLIDA B1 (or higher)or OTHER ACCEPTED CERTIFICATES
Programs taught in English (or with 1st year in English): IELTS 5.0 or OTHER ACCEPTED CERTIFICATES
DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED IN ORIGINAL UPON ENROLLMENT
- Identification document or passport
- Fiscal code
- For non-EU nationals: residence permit for candidates who already reside in Italy, or student visa - type D
- For underaged candidates: self-certification (dichiarazione sostitutiva di certificazioni - articles 5 and 46 of Presidential decree no. 445 of 28/12/2000) signed by a parent or a legal guardian and a photocopy of the signer’s identification document. This form is available on the candidate’s Apply@polito personal page
- High school diploma
- For candidates with a U.S. high school diploma: certificate stating that the candidate has passed 3 Advanced Placement courses (APs), as specified in the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission
- For candidates with a U.K. high school diploma (GCSE): certificate stating that the candidate has 3 A-levels, as specified in the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission
- For candidates with a Scottish high school diploma: certificate stating that the candidate has three Advanced Highers, or, alternatively, 2 Advanced Highers + at least 4 Highers, as specified in the related Annex of each specific Call for Admission
- High school diploma official translation into Italian
- For countries where university admissions are regulated by a specific admission test: certificate stating that the candidate has passed the national admission test
- In the event of school education lasting less than 12 years: university transcript of records (with official translation into Italian) with the results of the exams passed in the first year or in the first two years; or, post-secondary final qualification (with official translation into Italian) awarded by a non-university institution in a field of study related to the Bachelor's degree programme chosen by the candidate; or successful completion of a Foundation Course.
- Statement of validity (dichiarazione di valore) of the high school diploma or certificate issued by ENIC-NARIC
- Language certificate (Italian or English)
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR NON-EU APPLICANTS LIVING ABROAD:
These students must also necessarily submit the pre-enrolment application to the Italian Embassy or Consulate in their own country of residence from February 19th until July 24th, 2018 (http://www.studiare-in-italia.it/studentistranieri/).
Please check immediately with the Italian Embassy/Consulate the documents and schedule for the pre-enrolment procedure.
Applicants can sit for the Admission Tests in any of the available dates. If the admission tests are held before the pre-enrolment procedure is completed, applicants should refer to the Italian representative in their country of residence to get information on the issuing of a short term visa to enter Italy and sit for the Admission test.