The curriculum of the Environmental and Land Engineering programme at Politecnico di Torino is divided into three interconnected areas: basic science (first and second year); basic engineering subjects (second and third year); specific scientific and engineering subjects (second and third year).
The basic science and engineering subjects provide the notions and tools to understand the physical world and to simulate the events, processes, and actions that occur in it.
The specific science and engineering courses cover the vast subject area of engineering for the environment and territory, giving students a broad-spectrum preparation necessary to enter employment or continue their studies, and all the tools to expand on their topics of interest or specialise in a narrower field.
Students also have the chance to select additional courses within the curriculum to enhance and further their preparation in emerging issues in environmental and territorial engineering.
The conclusion of the training involves passing a final exam concerning a project carried out individually by the student, which need not be original, and preparation of the relative dissertation.
The main objective of the degree course in Environmental and Territorial Engineering is to form professional engineers having a multidisciplinary background, with specific knowledge and skills related to environmental and territorial works, systems and processes.
Starting from a basic interdisciplinary education anchored to conceptual and methodological contents of industrial and civil engineering, the degree course in Environmental and Territorial Engineering provides students with solid, specific preparation to perform and manage interventions of:
- surface and underground excavations in soil and rocks;
- recovery following territorial instability due to natural or man-made causes;
- protection from natural risks (seismic, volcanic and flood);
- containment of toxic emissions to mitigate their environmental impact;
- purification of liquid waste and gaseous emissions;
- in situ reclamation of polluted soils.
- Applied thermodynamics and heat transfer
- Mathematical analysis
- Analytical Mechanics
- Electrical Systems
- Environmental chemistry/Applied ecology
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesEnvironmental Engineering Environmental Management Environmental Sciences
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
High school diploma got after at least 12 years of schooling
- High school diploma got after 11 years of schooling + having passed ALL of the exams scheduled in the first academic year at home university
- High school diploma got after 10 years of schooling + having passed ALL of the exams scheduled in the first two academic years at home university
- High school diploma got after 10 or 11 years of schooling + a higher degree obtained in a post-secondary professional institution in a subject relevant to the selected bachelor or having passed one or two preparatory years (Foundation course) to fill the gap. Politecnico di Torino will decide about the eligibility of the Foundation year(s)
- Applicants will take the admission test using a special browser that will block other computer activity during the test and record them, both audibly and visually, through the PC webcam.
International2601 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 2601 EUR per year during 36 months.
Living costs for Turin
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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