Engineering University in Italy

Italy, Torino



  • with a population of 1, 000, 000, Turin is at the heart of one of Italy's major industrial regions. There are many attractions in Turin,

including the Mole Antonelliana, which was, for a brief period, the tallest building in the world.

  • founded in 1906, the Politechnique was one of the first schools to have a vision of founding a school which dealt with the needs of people and society.
  • the Polytechnique houses some of the following departments: control and computer engineering, electronics, electrical, aerospace, materials science, hydraulics, to name a few.

Politecnico di Torino Links

Students can take classes in any of the disciplines Turin offers. Students participating in this program will be required to participate in the Italian Language course offered prior to the start of classes.

Classes run mid-September to late December for the first term and late-February to early June for the second term.

Students will live in student dorms.


Interested UIUC engineering students may want to receive the International Engineering Fellowship to help with airfare. Check the IPENG website
for further information on eligibility and guidelines for the fellowship.
Credit will be given for courses taken abroad with prior approval of the student's advisor and the IPENG Office. Credit earned abroad can be transferred to UIUC and used to satisfy curriculum requirements.

To see what other students have taken in the past, check out our .

Students are eligible to apply to this program after their freshman year of college. Students should have 2 semesters or equivalent of Italian in order to participate in this program and must have completed the basic engineering requirements. A 2.75 GPA is required to participate in this program.Note: Last 30 hour campus residency does not apply for approved study abroad programs.

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