The University of Torino, a long-standing partner of the Turin Centre
The University of Torino is one of the leading Italian public universities with an international reputation for high quality teaching and research.
The University of Torino is a public institution offering higher education and performing scientific and technological research. The 13 Faculties of the University of Torino cover virtually every field of knowledge and its Medical Diagnostic, Biosensory and Nanotechnology research centres are amongst the best such centres in Italy.
Some of the degree courses offered are unique in Italy, such as Military Strategy, Biotechnology, Sport Sciences, Restoration and Conservation (in Venaria).
The University of Torino is active at international level: its researchers are involved in several projects with foreign partners and it has established joint educational courses such as binational degrees and international PhD programmes by entering into formal cooperation agreements with institutions around the world and playing an active part in internationalization projects for Italian universities.
The University has been a partner of the Turin Centre since 1991. For the 2011/2012 academic year, the University of Torino is contributing academic input to the seven Masters courses offered at the Centre’s Turin School of Development.