(students with a foreign qualification)
What are the documents I need to apply?
  • Passport or other I.D* 
  • Residence permit* (only for Non EU citizens living in Italy)
  • Curriculum Vitae*
  • Bachelor Degree certificate* (only if already available)
  • Official Transcript of Records* 
  • Syllabus/Course description* (check specific requirements per course HERE and see documents format and samples below)
  • Portfolio* (check Specific requirements per course HERE and see documents format below)
  • English/Italian Language Certificate(check specific requirements per course HERE)
  • Declaration of value of Bachelor Degree or Statement of Comparability issued by CIMEA centre (only if already available)
  • Self-certification of enrolment in another Italian university (if you are currently enrolled there)
  • Other Document (max one)
(*): Compulsory document 
WARNING: we remind you that incomplete applications will be rejected therefore please submit the application only when you have all compulsory documents and according to deadlines

Documents must be official with the stamp and signature of the issuing Institution and are accepted in Italian, English, French, Spanish. In case your official documents are in other languages, please attach both the original version and the official translation in Italian or English. 
We don't require hard copies at this stage: you can directly upload the documents' files (pdf - recommended or jpeg, png) in your online application. You don't have to send any document by post.
NB: It's the applicants' responsibility to submit complete and accurate applications including all the required documents complying with the required format. In case of issues in finding the required documentation in the required format, applicants should contact the Office, through Ticketing, to get assistance before submission, in order to avoid submitting incomplete applications. Incomplete applications will be promptly rejected by Politecnico di Torino and the applicant won't be able to apply for any call for the 2020/21 a.y.