Ph.D. - Doctoral research
The Ph.D. program is designed to train students for research activity; it lasts at least three academic years, during which the students acquire the necessary skills to perform high-profile research activities; it is an essential first step towards an academic career.
The Ph.D. program is accessed through an entrance examination based on qualifications and oral or written tests: those holding a Master's Degree or equivalent (Italian or foreign) may apply in accordance with the terms and conditions specified in the call, published every year, generally in July.
Call for admissions A.Y. 2019 - 2020
Announcement of competition for two PhD positions (36 months each) - XXXV cycle (academic year 2019/2020) -at the Department of Theoretical and Applied Sciences of the University of Insubria in the frame of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) “Real-time Analytics for the Internet of Sports” (RAIS) funded by the European Commission (Grant agreement no: 813162)
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Ph.D. Programs a.y. 2019-2020
- Chemical and Environmental Science
- Clinical and Experimental Medicine and Medical Humanities
- Computer Science and the Mathematics of Computation
- Experimental and Translational Medicine
- Law and Human Sciences
- Life Science and Biotechnology
- Methods and Models for Economic Decisions
- Physics and Astrophysics
The entrance examination announcements are published on the Postgraduate/Post-Lauream pages of the University Website and the Official Gazette-competitions series.
All Ph.D. students (assignees and non-scholarships holders) are required to pay an annual fee of €156.00, in accordance with the "Regulations on the student contribution, academic year 2017/2018".