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PhD program at Politecnico di Torino (XXVII Cycle), Italy

Politecnico di Torino offers PhD Research Scholarships  in Civil engineering and Architecture,Information and Communication engineering,Industrial Engineering, Physical, chemical,and Mathematical Sciences for Engineering, Italy

Study Subject(s):Civil engineering and Architecture,Information and Communication engineering,Industrial Engineering, Physical, chemical,and Mathematical Sciences for Engineering
Course Level:PhD
Scholarship Provider: Politecnico di Torino
The award can be taken at: Italy

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Eligibility: -The application for the PhD programs is addressed to the applicants that obtained (or will obtain by the 31/12/2011) the Master of Science degree (MSc) and have a certificate attesting the knowledge of the English language (i.e. IELTS with score 5.0; TOEFL internet based test with score 77; Cambridge PET pass with merit; o other equivalent or higher certificate ).
-Candidates who have obtained their degree abroad or are going to obtain it by December 31, 2011 – and it has not been declared equivalent to an Italian university degree yet he/she should ask the Committee if the document entitle him to take part to the public competition.
-The recognition of educational qualifications obtained abroad (only for admission to the PhD Program) is decided by a University Board, in compliance with international agreements.

Scholarship Open for International Students: Yes

Description: The abilities of the candidate are assessed through the evaluation of the curriculum, science and the proposal of a research project. Each candidate must submit a research proposal for a scientific project based on a group of research lines related to the chosen PhD Program, identifiable in the search page as “Research”. Applicants holding a scholarship paid from their home university, Government or national and international public institutions and admitted to a Doctoral Program without a scholarship, can be accepted for supernumerary positions, within the limit of positions available for each Doctoral Program. Non-EU citizens, selected within the framework of national and international agreements activated by the Politecnico di Torino, can be admitted to the PhD Program for supernumerary positions, without a scholarship and within the limit of positions available for each Doctoral program

How to Apply: Online

application Deadline: 31 December 2011

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