Turin School of Development



The University of Turin was founded in 1404 by a papal Bull issued by Pope Benedict XIII. It then developed on the initiative of Prince Ludovico of Savoia-Acaja, who was willing to establish a University on his own land, at a crossroads between the Alps, Liguria and Lombardy.


At TSD, our students learn through targeted content and innovative methods. The campus is a living laboratory for global minds to tackle the social, economic, and environmental priorities of today and tomorrow.


Everything we do is dedicated to ensuring our students are prepared to face today and tomorrow’s most pressing social, economic, and environmental issues. 


Housing services

According to ITCILO rules, the bed and breakfast accommodation starts the day before (normally a Sunday) the beginning of the course and ends the day after the end of the course (normally a Saturday).

ICT services

  • During the face-to-face learning phase, lectures will be held in classrooms equipped with all necessary training facilities and Wi-Fi.
  • Your room (on campus) also has an Internet connection via cable and Wi-Fi.
  • There is a computer room with Internet connections, open 24 hours a day in the campus reception area.

Torino, Piedmont, Italy

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