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Politecnico di Torino

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Alireza
Italy, Graduate
Engineering
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
Politecnico di Torino is one the 3 Polytechnic universities in Italy. The quality of the teaching is acceptable and even during the Covid19 pandemic online teaching is satisfying. The camps of the Polito are designed well and there are plenty of study rooms for students.
Classrooms are comfortable and large. Professors speak English a little bit with Italian accent that might take take for students to adapt with it. :)
Scholarship:
Edisu Office offers Scholarships including university fee waver, accommodations, food with discount in its restaurants. Moreover, they give student 2500-5000 Euros/year for living. 
Students win the Scholarship based on affordability of their family.
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Pros
Cheaper than Milan in terms of cost of living. Torino is an industrial city.
Cons
Profs Prepare the exams so harder than Politecnico di Milano. Torino is not an international city, so fewer native people can speak English compared to Milan.
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the abroad studying & living
MOHAMMED
Italy, Graduate
Engineering
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
this is my first time that I stay outside if my country for more than a month  a the beginning i was thinking that  it will be a hard and difficult experience for the whole period of my studying but after the first two months I start to get used to this new system of life 
the teaching system was very different from the system in my country but I get along with it 
the courses is useful and also the teacher are helpful. 
if I get the chance i  will not mind to stay  out of my country and work because I love that the situation always changes 
"The Only Thing That Is Constant Is Change "
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Pros
most main postive is that you have 5 chance to do the exam in any subject during the year so that will give you a good planning for your time
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Teaching is excellent but workload is too much
Behnam
Italy, Graduate
Engineering, Computer
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
Politecnico di Torino is one the 3 Polytechnic universities in Italy. The quality of the teaching is acceptable and even during the Covid19 pandemic online teaching is satisfying. The camps of the Polito are designed well and there are plenty of study rooms for students.
Classrooms are comfortable and large. Professors speak English a little bit with Italian accent that might take take for students to adapt with it. Workload is too much for a short semester but professors believe it is quiet normal because students can take exams more than once.
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Pros
Cheaper than Milan in terms of cost of living but university offers the same
Cons
Workload for a semester is way more than 2 semesters
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Teaching is excellent but workload is too much
Behnam
Italy, Graduate
Engineering, Computer
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
Politecnico di Torino is one the 3 Polytechnic universities in Italy. The quality of the teaching is acceptable and even during the Covid19 pandemic online teaching is satisfying. The camps of the Polito are designed well and there are plenty of study rooms for students.
Classrooms are comfortable and large. Professors speak English a little bit with Italian accent that might take take for students to adapt with it. Workload is too much for a short semester but professors believe it is quiet normal because students can take exams more than once.
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Pros
Cheaper than Milan in terms of cost of living but university offers the same
Cons
Workload for a semester is way more than 2 semesters
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International place
Milena
Poland, Graduate
Engineering
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
Big university, a lot of students. So sometimes the organization results against you and you studying career. It’s a full engaging university that many times lead people to do nothing but study. More theorical than practical. 
Offers a lot of opportunities for international exchanges, just because you can meet student from all over the word and of course Erasmus and similar.
Easier employment
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Pros
Lot of chances for abroad experience and working after graduation
Cons
Too many people who think that life is just studying
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Great industrial design course
alessio
Italy, Undergraduate
Design (Fashion, Graphic, Industrial, Web)
Politecnico di Torino
4.0/5
Overall
Course are structured well, they offer planty of knowledge regarding History, hand drawing, 3D modelling, motion graphics and least but not last, 3 years of making different types of projects involving several types of scenario, briefs and goal to achieve.
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Pros
Course and brief changes every year
Cons
Not giving enough time and tools to develope enough programs knowledge if not by yourself
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