Turin Campus

A thriving United Nations campus

What will you find in Turin? Three organizations from the United Nations system on campus, more than 300 training courses and activities in an international environment, and thousands of professionals from all over the world.

Stay and work

Our facilities and amenities are available to course participants, trainers, and staff.

For training
  • Classrooms are equipped with simultaneous interpretation and video conference equipment.
  • Seminars, workshops, and events are held in a spacious auditorium.
  • The Centre collaborates with training institutions in and around Turin, which complement in-house facilities.
  • Keep an eye out for our Learning Innovation Lab, to be launched in 2020.
For comfort
  • More than 280 rooms and suites accommodate participants and guests, a reception desk is open 24/7, and a laundry service is available.
  • Meals at the self-service cafeteria cater to international tastes and meet religious requirements.
  • The Centre's Intesa Sanpaolo branch makes it easy for participants to change money and complete transactions.
  • The gift shop is filled with useful gadgets, stationery, clothing, and more. Mail souvenirs at the post office, next door.
  • Feeling sick? The medical centre provides general health services and may refer patients to local specialists and hospitals, if necessary.
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Relax and explore

Stay up to date with all the latest social and cultural events, on and off campus.

On campus
  • Musical entertainment makes the Valentino Bar a popular place to meet and relax in the evenings.
  • An instructor runs a group fitness session three days per week. The cardio and weight rooms are open 24/7.
  • Facilities and equipment are also available for football, volleyball, cycling, and tennis enthusiasts.
  • A travel agency is available for those interested in taking individual trips.
Off campus
  • Every weekend, participants may join group excursions to major tourist destinations like Milan, Portofino, and Venice.
  • Weekly sightseeing tours of Turin include museum visits and shopping trips.
  • In Piemonte in Torino and Turismo Torino are multilingual websites that provide general tourism information about the area.
How to get here

Viale Maestri del Lavoro 10
Turin, Italy

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Turin-Caselle Airport is a small international airport located between the Alps and Turin. Driving time: 45 minutes. (The Centre arranges transportation upon request.)


Porta Nuova and Porta Susa are the main railroad stations in Turin. Driving times: 15 and 20 minutes, respectively.


From north: Follow the Tangenziale Sud ring road toward Savona-Piacenza and exit at Moncalieri. From south: Follow signs for Moncalieri, Torino Centro, and Corso Unita d’Italia, in that order.

Growing a greener generation

We power innovation while protecting the planet.

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From our Strategic Plan to our Policy Statement on the Environment, the Turin Centre aims to protect natural resources. These foundational documents are our roadmap to a more sustainable future.

In 2014, the ITCILO earned an EcoCampus award from the Foundation for Environmental Education. The certificate affirms the Centre's long-term commitment to sustainable practices on campus and sustainability-focused educational initiatives. 

Our Green Campus Advisory Group, established in 2011, monitors the Centre's progress on sustainability.

The Centre complies with the Greening the Blue initiative, a United Nations system-wide project that measures and reports on greenhouse gas emissions, waste management, and overall environmental impact. The 2018 report is here.