Visa

To enter and stay in Italy, citizens coming from countries out of EU, European Economic Area (*) and Switzerland, must have a valid passport, and an entrance study visa issued by the Italian Diplomatic Delegations in their Countries of origin. A Visa is an authorization granted to the foreigner to enter the Italian territory; it is a sticker or a stamp endorsed in the applicant’s passport or any other valid travel documents.

(*) European Union Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom;
European Economic Area Countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway.

For more info:
http://en.unito.it/living-turin/you-leave-home
https://en.unito.it/living-turin/you-leave-home/visa

Study residence permit (for non-EU)

Citizens coming from countries out of EU, European Economic Area (*) and Switzerland, staying in Italy for more than three months, must apply for a residence permit. For a less than three months stay, they do not have to apply for it.
The application for a residence permit must be done within 8 working days after the arrival in Italy.
All applications must be done through any Post Office. The Post Office provides a kit including the application form and all the information concerning the necessary documents.

(*) European Union Countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom;
European Economic Area Countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway.

Information about the residence permit:
http://en.unito.it/living-turin/you-leave-home/documents
http://en.unito.it/living-turin/when-you-arrive/residence-permit

University of Torino Residence Permit Support Service 
The University of Torino gives you support with the procedure to request the residence permit.
Residence Permit Office
Office: Via Sant'Ottavio, 17/4 – Torino
Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday 9-12 Email: office.incoming@unito.it
Further information about the procedure on:
http://en.unito.it/living-turin/when-you-arrive/residence-permit

Tax code

The tax code is an identification number needed to open a bank account, to draw up a rental agreement or to purchase a mobile phone.
It is issued by the Agenzia delle Entrate, by presenting a valid Identity Document or a passport.

Local office of Agenzia delle Entrate
Corso Bolzano 30,
Torino
Tel: +39 0115523111
Web site: https://www.agenziaentrate.gov.it/wps/portal/english/

Health insurance

EDISU Piemonte has a specific Office offering information and clarification about the access to the “Servizio Sanitario Nazionale- SSN ” (National Health Service) for people studying in Turin (EU and non-EU students).
At the Information point and in all EDISU University dormitories, students can find a specific form to choose a SSN’s doctor available.

For appointments:
Ufficio Assistenza Sanitaria EDISU PIEMONTE Via Sant’Ottavio 10/b
10124 - Torino
tel. 331 6109713
e-mail:ezio.chionio@edisu-piemonte.it
Please click on "informazioni assistenza sanitaria" at the following link:
http://www.edisu.piemonte.it/en/services/study-halls-and-other-services/healthcare-assistance-information