PhD Program Grants

PhD Program Grants

A clinical PhD program in Experimental Medicine and Medical Humanities at the University of Insubria, Varese, Italy, is open for applications.

The Ph.D. program is designed to train students for research activity; it lasts at least three academic years, during which the students acquire the necessary skills to perform high-profile research activities; it is an essential first step towards an academic career.

The Ph.D. program is accessed through an entrance examination based on qualifications and oral or written tests: those holding a Master’s Degree or equivalent (Italian or foreign) may apply in accordance with the terms and conditions specified in the call, published every year, generally in July.

Ph. D. candidates from extra-UE Countries must apply for a Visa for Study reasons, then, once in Italy for a residence permit. All details are availble here.

All the details and applications to the PhD Program can be found here.

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