Open Call for Admission to PhD Positions of the PhD programme in “Sociology and Methodology of Social Research”
The competitive public call for admission to PhD Programme in “Sociology and Methodology of Social Research” (SOMET) jointly activated by the Università degli Studi di Torino and the Università degli Studi di Milano is open. The Università degli Studi di Torino is the administrative head office. According to the Italian Regulation DM 45/2013, the PhD programme will be activated upon Ministerial accreditation. Successful applicants will be enrolled conditionally to the Ministerial accreditation.
Applicants of any citizenship and age can participate to this Call for Admission, provided that they meet one of the following requirements:
. A degree awarded by an Italian University prior to Ministerial Decree 509/99, i.e. laurea vecchio ordinamento (L);
. A second level degree awarded by an Italian University (pursuant to Ministerial Decree 509/99 and Ministerial Decree 270/04, i.e. laurea magistrale (LM) or laurea specialistica (LS));
. A Master’s degree level or other equivalent academic qualification of second cycle level awarded by a foreign university and granting access to PhD studies.
Applicants whose degrees will be awarded after call deadline (7th June 2018) may apply under the condition that their qualification is obtained within 31 October 2018. Applicants that are holders or are applying for international protection shall contact the PhD office (firstname.lastname@example.org) that will start a dedicated assessment procedure.
In order to be considered eligible to apply within this call for PhD admission, higher education degrees awarded by non-Italian universities must be equivalent to an Italian second level degree (Art.3, paragraphs 1 and 2). The Examination Board (Art. 8) will carry out a comparative assessment of qualifications to award, for the sole purpose of admission to this selection process, the recognition of eligibility of international qualifications.
Applicants must, therefore, upload within the online application procedure the following documents:
1. First and second cycle degree diplomas - Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree level according to the Bologna Process that allow admission to PhD level/3rd cycle studies in the home country, awarded by a recognized academic Institution, with final mark;
2. Transcripts of records of both first and second cycle Degree with complete grading;
3. Any other document useful for the recognition of eligibility (such as the Diploma Supplement or alternatively Dichiarazione di valore in loco issued respectively by the University or the Italian embassy/consulate in the country where the degree was issued);
4. Copy of an identity document
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