Year 2018 - 1st and 2nd call are closed.
The announcement of selection for the Doctoral Program in Information and Communication Technology is issued every year in springtime.
The selection is based on the evaluation of the applicant’s titles and qualifications.
Applications for the PhD Program in Information and Communication Technology are accepted from applicants who hold:
- an Italian “Laurea magistrale” instituted in conformity with Italian Ministerial Decree 270/2004, or
- a university degree of the previous regulations (Italian "Laurea specialistica " or "Diploma di Laurea"), or
- an equivalent degree obtained abroad (Master's degree) and recognized as equivalent to the Italian "Laurea magistrale" by the Admissions Committee for the sole purposes of admission to the Doctoral programme, also within the framework of mobility and cooperation inter-university agreements.
Applications are also accepted from students who expect to complete their degree by October 31.
The majority of the PhD positions are covered by scholarships.Currently the annual gross amount of the doctoral scholarship is € 16.290,00. The scholarship net amount may change, depending on the country of residence and on country-specific taxation agreements.
Students who have been awarded a PhD scholarship are entitled to get a 50% increase of their scholarship when staying abroad for reasons related to their doctoral research and studies.
Each student is provided with a budget which can be used for educational and research purposes.
First year students have the priority for getting accommodation at student residences