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About the Torino, Italy Program

The Torino program is a USAC specialty program. Learn more about on-site program elements and the city itself below.

About Torino

  • Population: approx. 900,000 (metro area approx. 1.7 million)
  • Distance from Rome: 430 miles
  • Distance from Paris: 482 miles

View of the city

Torino has one foot in its Baroque past, one in modern business and design. It is Italy's fourth largest city, the first capital, and is situated away from tourist-crowded cities. Torino's cobbleestone streets are lined with shops, restaurants, and cafes—named Italy's best. Valentino Park and the Po River show why Torino was named the best Italian city for free-time activities. Explore Roman ruins, the Royal Palace, Egyptian Museum, Cinema Museum, and other culture gems. Torino also hosts the largest outdoor market in Europe, a bustling place since Roman times and a foodie's dream. Reach the rest of italy and Europe with low-cost airlines and high-speed trains.

Quick Details

2020-21 App. Cycle

Fall: Cancelled

Spring: Open

Spring Accelerated (Jan-March): Open

2021-22 App. Cycle

Summer programs: Opens 9/1

Fall/Yearlong: Opens 9/1

Spring: Opens 9/1

Eligibility

Minimum GPA: 2.5

Program Type

Specialty

Credits

US Credit

Program Capacity

65 students

Instruction

English | Italian

Member

AACUPI--Association of American Colleges and Universities in Italy

Passport & Visa

Passport & Visa Information