Call for Applications to 12 PhD Programmes at the University of Brescia, Italy

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The Call for Admission to the XXXIX cycle of PhD Programmes (duration of 3 years starting on 1st of November 2023) at the University of Brescia is now open until the closing deadline 30th of June, 2023.

The application procedures and admission are open, with no citizenship limitation, to candidates who hold a five-years’ Italian degree (Laurea Magistrale), or similar academic degree obtained in non-Italian Universities, comparable in duration and contents with the Italian qualification.

The University of Brescia offers a wide range of opportunities in the following 12 programmes across different research areas:

ECONOMICS AND LAW STUDIES

  • PhD in BUSINESS & LAW – INSTITUTIONS AND BUSINESS: VALUE, RULES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY – web
  • PhD in ANALYTICS FOR ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT – web
  • PhD in RIGHTS, PERSON, INNOVATION AND MARKET – web

MEDICAL STUDIES

  • PhD in BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES AND TRANSLATIONAL MEDICINE (Curricula: – Neuroscience – Immunology and Oncology – Pharmacology and Microbiology) – web
  • PhD in MOLECULAR GENETICS, BIOTECHNOLOGIES AND EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE (Curricula: – Molecular Genetics Applied to Medical Sciences – Biotechnologies for the Health and the Environment – Forensic Medical Science) – web
  • PhD in PRECISION MEDICINE – web
  • PhD in ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE AND INNOVATION IN CLINICAL RESEARCH AND METHODOLOGY (Curricula: – Artificial Intelligence in Medicine – Regenerative Medicine – Innovation in Clinical Research and Methodology) – web

ENGINEERING STUDIES

  • PhD in MECHANICAL AND INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING – web
  • PhD in INFORMATION ENGINEERING – web
  • PhD in CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING, INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION AND MATHEMATICS – web
  • PhD in TECHNOLOGY FOR HEALTH – web
  • PhD in Energy Transition and Sustainable Production Systems – web

The application process must be completed via a dedicated online procedure.

The admission selections of candidates are performed based on the specific criteria and requirements established for each PhD Programmes as described in the Annex A to the Call for Admission.

According the procedures established for each PhD Programmes, oral admission exams may be taken in some cases in a language other than Italian. If so specified for the considered PhD programme, candidates may sit the oral exam remotely, on the prescribed date / time, by using an audio and video teleconference device (e.g. Skype).

Student scholarships are available for each PhD Programme as described in the Annex A to the Call for Admission, according to the merit ranking list drawn up by the Admission Board.

Additional scholarships on specific research topics for selected programs are listed in Annex A to the Call.

For 2023/2024 admissions, more additional scholarships from NextGenerationEU Programme funding are available on specific research topics listed in Annex A to the Call: many of them include mandatory periods of study and research spent at a partner company (6 to maximum 12 months) and periods of study and research abroad.

PhD scholarships may not be combined with other student grants of any kind, except for those awarded by national or foreign institutions for use as part of PhD research activity undertaken abroad.

No enrolment fees are requested.

For the A.Y. 2023/2024 a total contribution of €156,00 is set for students enrolled on PhD Programmes irrespective of their scholarship.

Each PhD student is ensured the access to fully equipped laboratories, study rooms, libraries and facilities, and a budget for research activity in Italy and abroad is available.

Accomodations for PhD students in student houses can be accessible upon specific application. Access criteria will be defined in the Accomodation Call that will be announced on the UniBS webpage by the end of Summer.

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