Admission

For your convenience, in the following you can find all the relevant links to the University hosted webpages containing the information about how to enroll at the Petroleum Engineering Program offered at the Politecnico di Torino. 

All rules regarding admission requirements and necessary documents can be found at the home page of PoliTo.

 The organization of Italian of the educational system can be seen in the diagram to the left. 

This Master I livello Petroleum and Mining Engineering Master (Laurea Magistrale) is aimed at students that have previously received their Bachelor degree either at Politecnico di Torino or at another university. It is generally a 2-year long program with a total of 120 ECTS.  Completion of this program leads to a Master of Science equivalent degree (UK).

For students that have already received a Master Degree, Politecnico di Torino is pleased to offer for the 16th year, a second level Specializing Master Program in Petroleum Engineering and Operations that is a joint effort offered by PoliTo and ENI. 

International Admission Office

Politecnico has a dedicated mobility office for international students. Please direct any questions regarding admissions and first steps upon arrival to Italy to this office.

Practical Information

Click here for information regarding living in Italy such accommodations, Italian fiscal code, health insurance, and cost of living.

Italian Ministry of Education

Head to this page for more useful information about studying in Italy direct fro the Ministry of Education

Tuition Fees

A majority of universities in Italy are public and therefore have lower tuition fees compared with other top ranking schools. However, Politecnico provides an equal opportunity to both International and Italian students to receive financial assistance in the form of scholarships, fee reductions, accommodations, and canteen services.

Students living abroad please note: You must have official documents regarding the family composition, family income, and family properties prior to your arrival at PoliTo. These documents must be translated into Italian so contact the Italian Embassy or Consulate near you. Upon your arrival in Turin, you must proceed to a CAF office in order to process your financial information into the appropriate 'ISEE Universitario' form.

Details can be found at the EDISU webpage under FAQ.

University Code of Ethics

Please note that all students granted admission will be subject to the Politecnico di Torino Code of Ethics. 

Politecnico di Torino

Corso Duca Degli Abruzzi, 24 

10129 Torino, Italy