Special Call for Admission 2022 funded by NextGenerationEU
A Special Call for admission to the PhD Courses 2022 funded by the NextGenerationEU initiative is now open. Applications can be submitted until November 28th, 2022, 13:00 CEST. The full text of the Call together with the instructions to submit the application are available here:
- (Italian version) Bando dottorati di ricerca NextGenerationEU 2022/23
- (English version) NextGeneration EU Call for Admission to the PhD Courses 2022/23
Applicants must read very carefully the Call and must strictly follow the instructions therein in order for their applications to be taken into consideration and processed smoothly.
Specifically for the admission to the PhD Program in Information Engineering, applicants must prepare a curriculum and a research project proposal mandatorily using the templates that will be attached to the Call for Admission.
Prospective candidates are warmly invited to visit the Department of Information Engineering section on Research Activity and get in touch with professors and researchers in their areas of interest to investigate the availability of PhD Thesis and potential Supervisors.
The admission examination will be held between December 5th and December 16th. As explained below, the examination is a two-step process, with candidates required to take actively part only to the second step (the interview).
The first examination step consists of 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).
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.