Bachelor in
Environmental and Land Engineering
The Bachelor Degree's programme The Bachelor programme belongs to class L7 (Civil and Environmental Engineering) and includes a first year common to all engineering programmes, a second year with basic engineering subjects common to the sector of construction engineering and a third year with specific subjects of L7 class and Environmental and Engineering curriculum. During the third year it is possible to undertake an internship in companies or other organizations. During the whole programme practical classes and laboratories are proposed, in order to help students applying acquired knowledge and competences to the analysis and solution of specific problems in the sector of environment and land engineering. A single curriculum is proposed, with no track or sectoral programmes. 

The Bachelor programme trains environmental engineers who can contribute to:
  • understand and interpret complex environmental phenomena of pollution or anthropic interaction: chemical, chemical-physical, biological and ecological aspects;
  • define and develop basic projects for systems of pollution treatment and reclamation in liquid and gaseous streams and in solid matrices.
  • identify solutions for the regeneration of an economic system ensuring its eco-sustainability;
  • analyse natural phenomena and related risks.
For further information it is possible to refer to the following:
or to participate to the Open Day of Politecnico di Torino, organized every year in April; in particular on April 8th and 9th 2022 in presence Orientation Fair returns at R classrooms at the main campus.
Click here for more information and to register to the presentations of the Bachelor in Environmental and Land Engineering.
It is also possible to have information about orientation activities for secondary school in the section “Orientation”.
All the Bachelor’s degree programmes offered by Politecnico are based on a “programmed admissions” scheme and request to undergo an admission test. Further information is available here: