- Agricultural Engineering
- Phytosanitary Technologies and Defense of Agroecosystems
- Pharmaceuticals Sciences
- European Policies of Procedural and Criminal Law and Judicial Cooperation
- Electronic Engineering, Automation and Control of Complex Systems Engineering
- Applied Mathematics
- Administrative Law
- Nano Science
Italian University degree (old regulation, at least 4 yrs courses) or a specialist degree/master (new regulation 3+2 yrs courses) or with a foreign certifiably equivalent academic qualification.
In case the academic qualification has not been certified equivalent yet, candidates must request a certification of suitability from the Doctorate Academic Board by attaching the appropriate documents (qualification type, name and duration, study programme specifying each single educational activity including a list of courses taken and their grades). These documents, translated and legalised, must be sent together with the application form.
Candidates must draft their admission separately for each competition in either Italian or English according to the facsimile accompanying this notice. It is also possible to participate for those regularly attending the last year of a degree course (Italian University degree old regulation or specialist degree/master or foreign certifiably equivalent academic qualification) and that are certain to obtain the diploma within the 31st December 2009. In the latter case admission will be conditioned by the production of the degree diploma before the 10th January 2010, otherwise candidates will lose the right to attend the course.
In any case, the selection Committees will take into account only the qualifications sent by candidates within the deadline of this call for admission.
Candidates must fill in the application form available at the website www.unict.it and complete the form with all requested information, following the on-line procedure, not later than the 23rd November 2009.