Alta Scuola Politecnica
Multidisciplinary and unique international honour program created by Politecnico di Milano and Politecnico di Torino
“Carriere in evoluzione: una guida per il futuro”, a panel to celebrate the launch of the 11th edition of the ASP Mentoring program
We are pleased to invite you to the panel organized by the ASP Alumni community, together with Politecnico di Milano to celebrate the launch of the 11th edition of the ASP Mentoring program.
Fondazione Triulza renews partnership with ASP for the next residential ASP School at MIND-Milan Innovation District from May 22nd to 26th 2023
The ASP students of the 19th Cycle are gearing up for their first residential School, focused on project works and hosted at MIND-Milan Innovation District, in partnership with Fondazione Triulza.
The 19th Cycle ASP multidisciplinary projects have just kicked off, check them out!
We are excited to announce that the 19th Cycle ASP multidisciplinary projects have just kicked off at the end of last month.
Insights from the ASP Day 2023 thanks to Meg Pagani and Dolika Banda take-home messages
Two months from the ASP day 2023, we retrace the key theme of Leveraging talents for impact transformation, thanks to the take-home messages of the keynote speakers’ Meg Pagani and Dolika Banda, whose shared insights were captured in two short videos that provide a glimpse into their thought-provoking speeches.
The ASP – Alta Scuola Politecnica selects each yesr 150 exceptionally talented and motivated students among the applicants to the Laurea Magistrale (LM) programs in Architecture, Design, and Engineering at Politecnico di Milano (90 students) and Politecnico di Torino (60 students).
The call is open to all students who have obtained a Laurea or an equivalent title (i.e., a Bachelor or a university programme consisting of at least 3 years of study after secondary education), have average marks of 27/30 or equivalent, and can demonstrate a good knowledge of the English language.
Candidates are selected by an Evaluation Committee, specifically appointed by the Director of the ASP. The Evaluation Committee selects the students on the basis of their curriculum of studies, a motivation letter and their proficiency in the English language.
Nurturing multidisciplinary and ability to learn from different fields of knowledge and cultures.
Accepting complexity and combining “competing” viewpoints, “wicked” problems. Multiple partnerships favour constant creation of new viewpoints.
A long term investments on a new model of teaching closer to students’ talent and inclination with a strong focus on the development of personal attitudes within four “problem-based learning” tracks:
These projects are based on creating and furthering knowledge for companies, public and private institutions for structuring and solving complex problems.
Industry & Innovation
These projects are based on investigating innovation opportunities in a variety of industries. As an example, they can try to identify the benefits at company level of the new technologies available in the market.
& Hi-tech start-ups
These projects are based on investigating entrepreneurial opportunities with a particular focus on hi-tech start-ups. These projects try to analyse the scenario of high-tech start-ups and evaluate their impacts at different levels.
Social impact & Engagement
These projects have the aim of understanding potential positive changes that an organization can implement to address a pressing social issue and favouring people engagement for social and community development.
Courses on issues, models and methods of innovation, tackled with a strong interdisciplinary perspective.
The ASP educational programme consists of 30 additional credits (CFU) to be achieved in parallel to the regular 120 credits of the Laurea Magistrale programme. An ASP student achieves, at the end of her/his two years, a total amount of 150 CFU.
Projects in the spotlight
Every year a number of our projects get selected in entrepreneurship competitions, and our students are invited to present their results at museums, exhibitions and important international events.
ASP project REGIM – Regenerative Damper for Agricultural Machines: an innovative solution that can contribute to a more sustainable future
The REGIM project represents an innovative solution to the challenges faced by the agricultural sector. By introducing regenerative dampers into agricultural machines, the project aims to increase their efficiency, reduce their energy consumption, and minimize their environmental impact.
ASP project “DEUHR-Digital Exergame for Upper limb and Hand Rehabilitation” won the UX Design Awards
A team of recently graduated ASP students won the Spring 2023 UX Design Awards with their project ‘DEUHR – Digital Exergame for Upper-limb and Hand Rehabilitation’.
Check out on Science Direct the last results reached by the ASP team GAP
Check out the last results reached within the project GAP – Image-Guided experimental and computational Analysis of fractured Patients, recently published on Science Direct.
ASP project L.A.D.E. Lunar Architecture Design Exploration at the IAC – International Astronautical Congress in Paris
ASP and Thales Alenia Space partnered in LADE project, to design a habitable mobile module, which represents the key movable component in a complex system of shelters on the lunar surface.