Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Informal and non-formal competences matching devise for migrants' employability and active citizenship

P5: Politecnico di Torino

Acronym: POLITO

The Politecnico di Torino offers excellence in technology and acknowledges its historical context. It promotes the ability to carry out theoretical or applied research, and also the capacity to achieve concrete and reliable productive processes or organise services and facilities. At the Politecnico, today's needs are analysed to design a sustainable tomorrow. By the end of his or her degree, a Politecnico di Torino graduate has gained a vast, many-sided range of skills and knowledge. The Politecnico has almost 27,000 students studying on 108 courses (forty 3-year degree courses; about thirty 5-year degrees; thirty-one degrees at post-graduate level - doctorates and other post-graduate specialisations). There is a staff of 850 lecturers and researchers, and 760 administration staff. It is organized into 18 Departments and 7 Interdepartmental Centres. The Dipartimento di Automatica ed Informatica, operating in the areas of control, computer engineering and operations research counts 60 teaching and research staff and 20 administrative staff.
Since the early eighties the Politecnico di Torino has adopted a new policy for international cooperation, and the network of international relations, in its various aspects, has expanded greatly. The Politecnico's international programmes include a range of different activities such as bilateral and multilateral partnerships with universities and research institutions of both European and extra-European countries, as well as agreements with the European Union on research, training, cooperation and structural projects, plus the organization of student, professor and staff exchanges.


Politecnico di Torino
Dipartimento di Automatica ed Informatica
Corso Duca degli Abruzzi, 24
10129 Torino
Tel.: +39 011 564 7000 Fax: +39 011 564 7099
Website: www.polito.it

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