The University of Torino is one of the most ancient and prestigious Italian Universities. Established in the year 1404, it has about 70.000 students, 4.000 academic, administrative and technical staff, 1800 post-graduate and post-doctoral students and 120 buildings in different parts of Torino and in key places of Piemonte; the University of Torino can be considered as a “city-within-a-city”, promoting culture and producing/creating, research, innovation, training and employment. The University of Torino is today one of the largest Italian Universities, open to an international perspective both in the fields of research and training. It carries out scientific research and organizes courses in all disciplines, except Engineering and Architecture. The 13 Faculties of the University of Torino cover virtually every field of knowledge. The University of Torino has a remarkable tradition of research in traditional subjects such as history, philosophy, law, economics and medicine.