The University of Trento Ph.D. Scholarships are being offered. The Ph.D. Program in Comparative and European Legal Studies at the University of Trento is holding a public selection procedure for the 37th cycle (the academic year 2021/2022). Please keep in mind that only the Italian version of the call is legally enforceable; the English version is offered solely for informational purposes. This page contains general information regarding the selection process and the notification of selection.
Why the University of Trento?
Since its establishment in 1962, the University of Trento has worked to establish alliances and reciprocal efficiency with both Italian and foreign institutions and organizations. The University (which had previously been private) became public in 1982, with a charter guaranteeing self-government. The Milan Agreement, signed in 2009 between the Government and the Autonomous Province of Trento (along with Bolzano and the Regional Authority) to change the special Statute of Autonomy on Financial Regulations, gave the Province new authority over the University.
Number of Scholarships at The University of Trento Ph.D. Scholarships: 13
The awards are given as follow:
– n. 7 funded by the University of Trento
– n. 6 financed by MIUR, within the Departments of Excellence Project – Law 232/2016
Start of the Academic Year: November 1, 2021
Duration of the Ph.D.: 3 years
Official language: Italian
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How To Apply for the University of Trento Ph.D. Scholarships
It is strongly advised that candidates submit their applications ahead of time. The University will not be held liable for any errors caused by technical issues and/or overload of the communication line and/or the operating system, for loss of communication caused by incorrect address details or late communication about possible candidate address changes, or for any other problem or delay caused by third parties, unexpected cases or circumstances beyond one’s control.