The Call for admission to the PhD Courses 2021 is now closed. Thanks to all who have applied to the Ph.D. Program in Information Engineering. The evaluation of candidates qualification and the oral examinations have been completed. The general ranking of the selection is going to be published on the University PhD Program Admission webpage tentatively before July 6th, 2021.
Qualification evaluation results
The results of the first part of the admission procedure (i.e., the evaluation of the candidates qualification) are reported in the following document (to decrypt the document use the password that was sent to you right after the submission of the application form):
We remind the candidates that only those who have scored at least 7/10 of the available points (i.e. 35 out of 50 points) have been admitted to the oral examinations.
Oral examinations results
The result of the oral examination (limited to those who have been admitted to the second part of the procedure) have been published in the following document (to decrypt the document use the password that was sent to you right after the submission of the application form):
Overview of the Admission Examination Process
The admission examination will be held between May 28th and June 18th. As explained below, the examination is a two-step process, with candidates required to take part only to the second step (the interview).
More in detail, the two steps of the adimission examination are:
- A pre-evaluation of the candidates qualifications by the examination Committee, based on the candidates curriculum and project proposal (candidates do not personally take part to this step); the outcome of the pre-evaluation, including the score of each applicant and the interview schedule (limited to applicants admitted to the second examination step, see next bullet point) are going to be disclosed no later than June 4th, 2021, on this web page.
- Applicants scoring at least 35/50 in the pre-evaluation are interviewed by the examination Committee. As detailed in the Call, the candidate is requested to prepare a 10 minute presentation to introduce him/herself, to explain the motivations to pursue a Ph.D. in Information Engineering, and to discuss the main features of a possible research project on one of the topics of the Ph.D. School (http://www.dei.unipd.it/en/research/research-areas). The Admission Committee will then discuss with the candidate the details of his/her academic titles, curriculum, and research project and will assess if the candidate masters the methodological tools needed to carry on the project.