The aim of a PhD Programme is the acquisition of a suitable methodology when undertaking scientific research or the acquisition of the skills to operate in the highest professional fields.
The PhD Programme provides specific teaching methodology such as the use of new technologies, study periods abroad and work experience in laboratories and research institutes.
The courses needed for the awarding of a PhD Programme provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to work in universities, public and private institutions and research centres of the highest level.
A PhD is awarded once the student has written a thesis based on original research. The title conferred to the student is "Dottorato di ricerca" (Dr).
The minimum official length of a research degree is three years. Admission is given after passing a public competitive examination.
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