The call for admission to the 34th cycle of the PhD program in Neuroscience
at the University Milano-Bicocca is now open!
The PhD Program
The PhD program in Neuroscience is an interdepartmental, multisite enterprise based at the School of Medicine and Surgery of the University of Milano-Bicocca. Its mission is to provide an environment of excellence for training in research based on the coexistence and cooperation of Italian and International Universities, Hospital-based research centers, Pharmaceutical Industry with a strong vocation to innovation and a European research center with unique opportunities in the field of X-ray imaging and irradiation. This mission is pursued through the interaction between researchers and clinicians, who work in academic or industrial reality, and that belong to all the areas that constitute the more modern concept of the “world of Neuroscience”. Strong commitment to international collaboration and the development of joint research programs allowing a period of study/research in partner laboratories distributed in the most prestigious foreign universities are cornerstones of the program.
To achieve its goals the PhD program is organized in 3 tracks:
To get further details on the PhD program, on the academic board and on the ongoing research projects of the PhD Students, please visit our website at www.neuroscienze.medicina.unimib.it.
The Milano-Bicocca University
The Milano-Bicocca University is a young university that will connect you with students from all over the world. You will not just be a student here. You will be a member of the global community.
Since its foundation, the University of Milano-Bicocca has reached beyond its borders entering into various agreements with European and non-European universities.
Research is always global. Our teachers are members of international research groups that share numerous projects and initiatives, with a common commitment to increase the quality of teaching.
Our focus on innovation offers students competitive and practical training.
The Doctoral School
The PhD Program in Neuroscience is part of the Doctoral School that encompasses all the PhD Programs at the Milano-Bicocca University.
Why choose the University of Milano-Bicocca and its Doctoral School for your PhD Program?
On our Doctorate School’s website, you will find further insights on our PhD programs and administrative procedures.
The Admission procedure
The selection call for all the PhD programs of the Doctoral School of Milano-Bicocca has been launched and is published on the Doctorate School’s website.
The deadline for the application is June 7th, 2018 at noon.
The exams for the admission to the PhD in Neuroscience will take place September 12th and 17th, 2018. The program will start November 1st, 2018.
Admission is based on a public selection and applicants to the program must hold a master degree equivalent to the Italian “Laurea magistrale/specialistica” (five year university degree, equivalent to a Master qualification). Candidates must submit with their application a proof of their degree with the final score and the assessment will be in charge of the examining Commission. Admission test for foreign students is in English.
At time of application the candidates must submit, together with the proof of their degree, also their publications list and a summary of the research project they propose to conduct in the PhD period. The project will be discussed during the oral examination. The submission of the project is mandatory and candidates not submitting a project will not be admitted to the admission tests.
The written examination evaluates the candidate’s ability to write a research protocol. The examination board provides different tracks, taken form published papers and related to the research areas of the Doctorate. The candidate chooses one of the tracks and write a feasible research protocol to deal with the proposed scientific issue.
The oral examination is mainly on the submitted research project, but it covers also different topics, e.g. a discussion on the written examination or previous research experiences. Moreover, knowledge of English is tested.
A total of 10 scholarships are available for 34th PhD cycle.
Further details are available in the selection call and on the PhD program in Neuroscience website.
PhD Program in Neuroscience contacts
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