PhD Doctoral

PhD courses (Doctoral courses) - three years

Doctoral courses are reserved for a limited number of students, who upon successful completion of their program receive the title of PhD.

To pursue a Doctoral course in our University, candidates have to apply for a Call and pass the selection/admission procedure.
The call for admission is announced every year, usually in May, at
Scholarships may be awarded based on demonstrated academic merit; based on the admission rankings, places in the doctoral programs will be made available without scholarships. 

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Doctoral courses are available in the following areas of scientific research, organized into different curricula as listed below:

Architecture, Design, Planning
 Architecture. Theories and Design
- Innovation Design
- Sustainable Urban Planning and Inland Areas Development Strategies

Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences and Biotechnology
- Chemical Sciences
- Pharmaceutical,  Nutraceutical and Food Sciences

Computer Science and Mathematics
- Computer Science and Mathematics

Legal and Social Sciences
- Civil Law and Constitutional Legality
- Fundamental Rights in the Global Society

Life and Health Sciences
- Molecular Biology and Cellular Biotechnology
- One Health (integrated approach to health focused on interactions between animals, humans and the environment)
- Nutrition, Food and Health

Physics, Earth and Material Sciences
- Physics
- Physical and Chemical Processes in Earth Systems
- Materials Sciences

Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology
- Agriculture and Agrifood
- Climate, Energy and Mobility
- Economics and Finance
- Health and Well-being
- Industry 4.0
- Law and Governance
- Methodologies, Technologies and Tools
- Social Systems and Smart Societies

Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction
Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk Reduction

Neglected and Poverty-related Parasitic Diseases in a One Health Perspective
- Neglected and Poverty-related Parasitic Diseases in a One Health Perspective

Tehoretical and Applied Neuroscience
- Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience
-  Computational and System Neuroscience
- Neuroscience and Humanities
- Preclinical, Clinical and Translational Neuroscience



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