The University of Torino is deeply involved in international cooperation, in Europe and in the world. Its long tradition of hosting international visiting professors, researchers and students is constantly developing and improving, to offer more and better opportunities.
The University of Torino is globally oriented especially through:
- research and academic exchange agreements
- incoming and outgoing students programs
- summer schools
- double degree programs
- Italian Language and Culture courses to non native speakers
At the moment, 30 dual degree programs and over 500 International cooperation agreements are operating in different fields all over the world and more than 800 cooperation agreements are dedicated just to Erasmus students' exchanges. Thanks to international funding, many mobility programs are available (Erasmus Plus, Erasmus Mundus, Edulink, Horizon 2020, Uni.Coo just to mention a few).
The University of Torino also carries out several international initiatives with foreign governmental and intergovernmental institutions, including the ITC‐ILO, International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization, offering a cluster of International Master programs.