The PhD Programme (DPE) lasts three years, and at the end of the first year of attendance the students are evaluated as proficient according to the rules of the Faculty and the Programme itself.

The applicants must also apply to (and be selected for) the Doctoral Program itself, as these are distinct selection procedures.

Important dates and necessary documents

Application dates: 15th June – 4th July
Dissemination of results: 11th July
Claims: until 21st July
Registration: 28th July – 1st August

Application dates: 23rd June – 15th July
Foreign language test: 18th July
Interviews: 21st and 22nd July

Necessary documents
·         Application online
·         Application form
·         Justification of the application
·         Curriculum vitae
·         Copy(ies) of the certificate(s) of completed degrees with the final average and other documents considered relevant for the application
    

·         Application through e-mail
·         Letter of intent
·         Research project
·         Curriculum Vitae
·         Copy(ies) of the certificate(s) of completed degrees with the final average and other documents considered relevant for the application.

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