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Following the launch of its Master’s Scholarship program, the Politecnico di Milano, Italy, is calling for applications for 232 PhD positions, of which 185 positions will have a fully funded scholarship. The PhD program will last three years, as well as the scholarship. Further positions and scholarships may become available before the evaluation phase and up until its completion
The call is open to Italian and foreign students. Stateless students are considered as foreign students. Admission to the programs will be based on the evaluation of the applicants’ academic curricula and academic qualifications, the applicants’ motivation letters and their report on the development of a possible PhD research project.
About PhD Scholarships at Politecnico Di Milano
DEADLINE : 20th May 2022 (2pm, Italian time).
LEVEL : PhD.
FINANCING : Fully Funded.
OPEN TO : All nationalities.
HOST UNIVERSITY : Politecnico di Milano.
Below are the number of doctoral schoarships and positions available. Click on the name of the program to download a detailed description (PDF):
The call is open to Italian and foreign students with a Master’s degree. Stateless students are considered as foreign students.
Candidates who are not in possession of a master’s degree at the closing date of this call may also apply.
Admission to the programs will be based on curriculum evaluation, academic qualifications, letters of motivation, and a report on the development of a potential doctoral research project.
How to apply?
Applications are made online here.
Candidates must submit all necessary documentation to enable the Selection Committee to establish the eligibility of foreign qualifications.
A certified knowledge of English is required of all applicants. They are required to submit proof of English language proficiency by October 31, 2022. Citizens of Countries in which English is an official language are not required to certify their knowledge of English. Similarly, applicants who have been awarded or will be awarded academic qualifications by an institute in which the courses were taught entirely in English for most of the course, are not required to certify their knowledge of English. In this latter case, candidates are required to submit an official language certification from the corresponding academic institute.
Candidates who have problems during the registration of the personal data can write to: [email protected].
For more information, please refer to these documents / pages :
- Call for application (PDF).
- the “Quickstart” manual for the online admission procedure.
- the FAQs (frequently asked questions).
- The pages in “Prospective PhD Candidates“, in particular “Before Applying” and “How to apply“.
- Research project format (RTF).
- CV Template (RTF).
For more details, please refer to the official website.