Politecnico di Torino / Sapienza university of Rome. THOUGHTS?



I am applying to the master programs of restoration at these two schools.  

  • Is it hard to get enrolled?
  • What are general thoughts about these schools? which one you prefer?
  • Are there any work searching benefits?

Look forward to feedback.

Thanks in advance.

Jan 26, 20 10:04 am

I was accepted in Sapienza, but waiting for the answer from Polito.

Apr 30, 20 10:09 am  · 

I was accepted at both Sapienza and PoliTo for the restoration programs​. I'm not sure about which is better. But I do know that the english program at PoliTo is fairly new and I don't know anybody else who is planning to go for the program. What have you decided?


This academic year I cannot enroll:( due to finances. As i know Roma-Lasapienza has stronger academic background in restoration(as well as Venice and Firenze). Btw congrats and good luck!


Oh, I have the same problem actually. Even I'm not sure of enrolling this year. I missed the call to apply for the scholarship in Sapienza. So yeah, I'm in a bind.


I was going to apply for Lazio scholarship but funding active students was a priority this year due to Covid-
19. Plus the whole visa application process was so confusing (as well due to Covid19)


I've only had experience working with PoliTo, taught some of their PhD students and instructors and did some peer reviews...the professors were great, very knowledgeable and intense, but the (international) PhD-students were often so-so...

Sorry, not very helpful. 

Jul 31, 20 7:24 am  · 
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