PHD Programme in “Comparative and European Legal Studies”
ANNOUNCEMENT OF SELECTION: 35th cycle – academic year 2019/2020
The announcement of selection for the PhD Programme in “Comparative and European Legal Studies” 35th cycle (a.y. 2019/2020) is available on this webpage in the "Download" Box.
Please note that only the Italian version of the call is legally binding, the English version is provided for information only.
Announcement of selection: published on this webpage on May 30, 2019 and available in the "Download" Box.
Application online: available starting from May 30, 2019 (go to the Application)
Number of positions: 10
Number of 3-year-grants: 8
The scholarships are funded as follow:
- n. 7 scholarships funded by the University of Trento;
- n. 1 scholarship financed by the Fondazione Bruno Kessler on the topic Artificial Intelligence and Law.
The topic-specific grant is conditional to the execution of a particular research topic for which specific skills are required; these specific skills will be verified during the selection procedure (by the written examination and the oral examination).
Those interested in the topic-specific grant should carefully check the topic and required skillset indicated on the web page https://www.unitn.it/drsgce/node/133
Number of Supernumerary positions: 1 (positions reserved to candidates fulfilling the requirements stated by art. 20, par. 3 of the University Regulations regarding PhD Programmes).
Application’s deadline to participate in the selection: August 5, 2019, 4:00 p.m. (Italian time)
Candidates are warmly recommended to submit their application in advance. The University shall not be considered responsible for any dysfunctions due to technical problems and/or overload of the communication line and/or of the OS, for the loss of communication due to incorrect address details or late communication about possible change of address of the candidates, or for any other problem and delay due to third parties, unexpected cases or circumstances beyond one’s control.
Start of the Academic Year: 1st November 2019
Duration of the PhD Programme: 3 years
Official language: Italian
Examination’s schedule: it will be published as soon as available.
Last update: 30 May 2019