Call XXXVIII cycle: calls for Phd application are open!
Phd Program is the highest level in the Italian educational system. You can have access to it through a competitive selection procedure based on the evaluation of candidates' qualifications and interview. It will last three years, being a path designed to provide the acquisition of autonomous ability in scientific research and in developing innovative process with creativity and methodological criteria, both in the private and the public field.
At the end of the path, PhD doctors will have acquired the competencies and the formation required to perform research activity non only int the universities, but also and above all in private companies that are looking for a professional figure able to manage innovation and the special link present between the academic world and the productive system.
For the XXXVIII cycle the Turin Politecnico offers PhD programs in the fields: Architecture and Construction, Pure and Applied Sciences, Bio technologies, ICT and Metrology and Industrial technologies. More than 200 positions totally covered by scholarships are offered, most of them part of the Next Generation EU programs, with a particular interest in public administration, cultural heritage, programs dedicated to digital and environmental transitions and industrials Phd.
You can apply for the selection process until the 1st of June 2022 12pm (CET)
. For more information you can consult the call for application
and you can also register on the website Apply
to present your application.
Before applying, we invite you to carefully visit our website to access all the information you need to prepare and submit your application. In order to help you, we have recorded two tutorials:
The process for entering a PhD programme is made of two stages:
After the admission and enrolment steps, the PhD programme begins: a brief presentation summarises the main guidelines for PhD candidates. International students may find additional information in this page, concerning arrival procedures; it is also available a useful PhD Survival Guide which is addressed specifically to international candidates.