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Politecnico di Torino

70 Overall Reviews
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Mechanical Engineering Student - Polytechnic Of Turin
SEPEHR
Italy, Undergraduate
Engineering, Mechanical
Politecnico di Torino
5.0/5
Overall
Hi everybody!My name is SEPEHR,I'm 27 years old.
I'm Iranian and since 2013 I've been in Italy.I'm studying Mechanical Engineering at Polytechnic University Of Turin.

I had different experience in study and work as a teacher and photographer of advertisement in tourism and fashion.

I speak both English & Italian fluently & I know basic conversations in French ( I just start to learn French for 2 months :D ),and my mother tongue Persian.
I traveled 3 times to Nice and Marseille last year for period of summer, and I really found it exciting to be there.
( Exactly this is why I'm passionated! )

I'm looking for job opportunities in Nice,Marseille or another cities near C˘te d'Azur or Occitanie for summer as a advertising photographer in fields of tourism,advertisiment of restaurants,wines and gastronomies, and also fashion, what  I did in Italy.

As my personal interests,I'm very familiar with Mediterranean dishes, both in Italy and France.

characteristically I am very precise of my work,with lots of passion to do it in the best way;Communicative and social with others,flexibale,assured about what I do, and also good looking!

At last I'm a person,whos dedicated to his work because of passion. 

P.S. : I have a Work Resident Permit of ITALY
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Pros
Accurate,Polite,Idealist,Social and Good Looking
Cons
I'm a little shy person
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alicemariotti
Politecnico di Torino, Turin, Italy
Engineering, Undergraduate, University Agreement
Politecnico di Torino
4.6/5
Overall
I wish I had known...
No. because I received all the information I needed from my University in England
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In my opinion:
Most people loved it.
Important factors in my choice
(1) Unimportant – (4) Very important
Academic reasons
4
Culture
4
Costs
2
Activities
2
Campus life
2
Party / people
3
Weather / location
3
Personal recommendation
You have to be very strong and flexible because you will have to change country every six months for four years and most of the times also your schoolmates. And be very good in mathematics if you want to pass all the exams of the Politecnico of Turin.
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During my experience abroad, I ...
(1) Never – (4) A lot
Became familiar with another culture
4
Traveled
4
Improved language skills
3
Met people from other countries
4
Became more independent
4
Partied a lot
3
Experienced a change in life
4
Advanced my studies & career
4
Final comments
It has been an amazing experience that opened my mind and really enriched my life! I become fluent in two languages, I met people from all over the world and I grew stronger.
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Studying Masters in Politecnico di Torino
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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“Studying Master of engineering and management in Politecnico di Torino”
Omid
Italy, Graduate
Management Science
Politecnico di Torino
5.0/5
Overall
Politecnico di Torino has been one of the most prestigious public institutions at both the International and the Italian level concerning education, research, technological transfer and services in all sectors of architecture and engineering for more than 150 years (it was founded in 1859, as the oldest technical university in Italy).

PoliTO is located in the North-West of Italy in a vibrant international city with five campuses with multipurpose buildings for teaching, basis and applied research and services to the students in Torino and a regional network of technological centers, dedicated to research activities, technological transfer, specialist education and services to the region.

The PoliTO Course Catalogue offers programs internationally
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Pros
The cost of living is cheap and is good for students.
Cons
Profs do not teach as good as prosf in other universities with the same rank and Prepare the exams so hard and they teach and exam high quantity of materials which is studied during the semester . Torino is not an international city.
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“Studying Master of engineering and management in Politecnico di Torino”
Omid
Italy, Graduate
Management Science
Politecnico di Torino
5.0/5
Overall
Politecnico di Torino has been one of the most prestigious public institutions at both the International and the Italian level concerning education, research, technological transfer and services in all sectors of architecture and engineering for more than 150 years (it was founded in 1859, as the oldest technical university in Italy).

PoliTO is located in the North-West of Italy in a vibrant international city with five campuses with multipurpose buildings for teaching, basis and applied research and services to the students in Torino and a regional network of technological centers, dedicated to research activities, technological transfer, specialist education and services to the region.

The PoliTO Course Catalogue offers programs internationally
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Pros
The cost of living is cheap and is good for students.
Cons
Profs do not teach as good as prosf in other universities with the same rank and Prepare the exams so hard and they teach and exam high quantity of materials which is studied during the semester . Torino is not an international city.
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