Dear Prospective Student,
thank you for your interest in the academic programme of the University of Trento. Surfing the Programme section you will find out about the objectives set by the Doctoral School and the modalities around which teaching and research take place.
You can find an overview of the history and characteristics of the University in the sections University and Department. They include, respectively, general information on the University and its research activities in the Computer Science and Telecommunications sectors.The Leisure page contains the extracurricular activities offered by the University – such as Facoltiadi and the University Sports Center – and by the Trentino, a region blessed with a natural beauty internationally recognised. This Doctoral School was inaugurated with the aim to establish solid links with the business world, and to create a context of technological transfer based on highly specialised human resources, up-to-date laboratories and joint research groups. In particular, the School activity is based on the collaborative network with the other research partners presented in this region.
The students of the ICT International Doctoral School are encouraged to integrate a stay abroad into their own academic career and to participate in conferences which provide an international input for their research. This aspect of the school is detailed in the section International mobility.
The procedures related to the admission public examination (‘bando di concorso’) are detailed in the section admissions. Funding describes the study grants and work opportunities within the University which may cover in part the student’s expenses.
The Opera Universitaria offers the possibility of rooms, apartments and food at a reduced price (see Accommodation and food).
The University of Trento has a highly multicultural environment and foreign students receive support from the Welcome Office.