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Studying Planning in Torino
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Studying Planning in Torino
To study planning in Torino means also to take part to cultural initiatives and to be involved in field trips, thus contributing to university life whether as a single student or in groups. Spunto Collettivo is just one example of a group that has promoted many activities in the recent past: here you can find the group's Facebook page and here some of the most recent activities.


Photos from the field trip in Milano, Brescia, and Piacenza (07-09.04.2016)
(all the pics are of the students)

Meeting in Avanzi (Milano)
Meeting at Mercato Lorenteggio (Milano)
Piazza della Loggia (Brescia)
Writers at Sanpolino (Brescia)
Ciano district (Piacenza)
Lunch break in Piacenza (gnocco fritto)

Stories

To study planning in Torino also means to live in a city full of history and stories, as well as to become part of a multidisciplinary programme.

Below some comments from students that came to Torino from other parts of Italy or of the world  (pics are courtesy of L. Attardo):
“Leaving central-southern Italy I chose Torino because I thought it was a city with a less chaotic life than others, human-sized".
"I decided to study here because I think it is clear it has an international atmosphere, closer to Europe".
"I chose planning because the course programme looked like a synthesis between a technical-scientific profile and a humanistic one".
"The programme offered at the Politecnico, when compared to others in Italy, gave me the idea to be more clearly oriented towards environmental disciplines related to landscape".