Mobility

PhD thesis co-tutelle and double degrees

A co-tutelle programme allows a PhD student to obtain a  double doctoral degree which is valid in two different countries.
The co-tutelle programme requires an alternate and approximately equivalent research period at the University of Trento and the host university.
The "cotutelle thesis", written under the supervision of two supervisors, is defended in a single disputation at the Home or Host Institution.
Further information is available here 

International opportunities offered by the University of Trento

PhD students have the chance to go abroad for a period of study or research at another partner university in the framework of a specific exchange programme.
All information on open selection calls is here

European Researcher's Mobility portal

It provides links to hundreds of research organisations offering grants, fellowships, training opportunities and job openings across Europe and internationally. It also allows researchers to post their CVs and research organisations to publish their vacancies - all free of charge.
» European Researcher's Mobility portal

Scholarship increase for periods abroad 

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. 
More information on how to apply for the scholarship increase is here.