Students must have a master’s degree (Laurea vecchio ordinamento or specialistica/magistrale) or an equivalent foreign qualification which, in the country of issue, allows to enrol in Doctoral programmes in that country.
The specialization in Environmental Engineering entails that the student has completed a training programme comparable to the one necessary for obtaining the Mater’s Degree in Environmental and Land Engineering.
The specialization in Environmental Planning, Landscape Architecture and Sustainable Building entails that the student has completed a training course comparable to the one necessary for gaining the Master’s Degree in Building Engineering, Architecture, Territorial Planning, or Civil Engineering.
Furthermore, candidates have to demonstrate a strong commitment in pursuing a doctoral programme and individual capacity of conducting research in an innovative way and within a collaborative approach with other scholars.
After consulting the supervisor, the Doctoral School Committee can require the student to achieve the credits needed to attend successfully the training courses offered by the School, if not achieved during the previous studies.