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WeAreHERe is the project of Politecnico di Torino to promote the enrollment of women in STEM paths. WeAreHERe is a community, made up of students, teachers and technicians who fight to dispel gender stereotypes by telling their experiences.
The acronym STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. It is a term used to refer to science and technology disciplines. According to official UNESCO data for 2014 - 2016 only 8% of female students choose to study Engineering.
To dispel gender stereotypes. To get female students who have chosen this path, still identified as a "male" path, to talk to each other. To remind high school students that the path to female science is more than open. To present the Engineer as a complete figure, accessible to all, men and women.
In order to access the degree courses in the area of Engineering, it is necessary to pass an admission test: the TIL - Test In Lab. The test consists of 42 questions divided into four disciplines: mathematics, verbal comprehension, physics and logic. There are several sessions, from March to September; you can register and get more information by clicking here.

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