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Torino • Architecture
Pollenzo • Agriculture, Fisheries, Food
UNISG offers a variety of courses leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees in areas related to gastronomy, food culture and heritage, food journalism, farming methods, Italian food preparation, and marketing. As part of their curriculum, students go on study tours in European countries and other parts of the world. In early 2015, a group of UNISG students studied food culture in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Moncalieri • Political Science • History
Torino • Law
The Collegio's research community consists of full-time junior and senior faculty hired on the international academic job market, faculty of the University of Turin, and visiting scholars. They conduct research within the social sciences with both empirical and theoretical emphasis. Research interactions are fostered by seminar series and scientific conferences. Since 2006 the Collegio has hosted hundreds of international speakers, including Nobel laureates, and leaders of financial institutions.
The Collegio coordinates the "Allievi" Honors Program, organizes four Master’s degree programs (Economics, Finance, Insurance & Risk Management, Public Policy & Social Change), and hosts two doctoral programs of the University of Turin. English is the official operating language of the Collegio.
Historically, prior to the 1990s, the Collegio Carlo Alberto referred to a Piedmont boys boarding school. The school has since closed, but the building retains its name.
Turin • Mathematics, Statistics, Finance • Physics
In the 2011 SIR World Report of Institutional Rankings, ISI ranked 28th in Europe for scientific impact, 87th worldwide and 1/4th of the articles produced at ISI are in the top cited 10%.
Turin • Theatre • Law • Music
Since its early foundation, the Academy has distinguished itself as a national reference center for traditional theatrical heritage, experimentation and research. With the advent of arts and music reform, the Academy became part of the sector level Higher Education in Art and Music (AFAM), established by Law No. 508 of 21 December 1999.
The academic year begins in October and ends in June. The coursework is intensive, requiring motivation and commitment. It includes lessons, exercises and testing, ten hours per day, six days a week. The two main courses, directing and acting, both approach the interpretation of dramatic text using theoretical, critical, technical and artistic analysis. The prestige of the Academy has been firmly established through the participation of important figures in the dramatic arts, who contribute to lesson programs, seminars, special courses and meetings. This allows the film and theater students to make distinctions between the teaching and professional work. Academic activities are presented to the public with the production of approximately two events per year, produced with the students, supported and directed by renowned professionals, including technical staff in set, costume, and lighting design.
The Academy provides training in dramatic theater and the Italian cinema, and is structured in three stages. After completing the three-year program, students are granted a diploma equivalent to a university degree.
Torino • Theology, Religion
The Turin Campus is the Piedmont branch of the Theological University of Northern Italy. It offers academic degrees completely similar to those available in the Milan Campus, and in the other regions. Instead, the Master Program in Moral Theology is offered only in the Turin Campus, on behalf of all the affiliates of the Theological University.