AccueilPublic Competition for Admission to the PhD Courses with scholarships – State University of Milan

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Publié le mercredi 27 novembre 2013 par Julie Abbou

Résumé

The PhD course in Philosophy and Human Sciences aims to offer a brand new track for higher education, which integrates the competences required for theoretical and experimental research in disciplines, such as anthropology, geography, linguistics, psychology and cognitive science, social science, art theory and criticism with the knowledge made available by philosophical research in both their theoretical and historical manifestations. This PhD course offers multidisciplinary training and aims to provide extensive knowledge in specific sectors of essential and applied research, promoting development in innovative and cutting edge fields, which promote the ability to master theories, methods and techniques of various fields.

Annonce

Learning Objectives

The PhD Course in Philosophy and Human Sciences aims to offer a brand new track for higher education, which integrates the competences required for theoretical and experimental research in disciplines, such as anthropology, geography, linguistics, psychology and cognitive science, social science, art theory and criticism with the knowledge made available by philosophical research in both their theoretical and historical manifestations. This PhD Course offers multidisciplinary training and aims to provide extensive knowledge in specific sectors of essential and applied research, promoting development in innovative and cutting edge fields, which promote the ability to master theories, methods and techniques of various fields. In particular, the objective of this course is to provide the doctorate student with solid philosophical and scientific preparation in one of the following research areas:

  • (i) History of philosophical and scientific thought
  • (ii) Ethics and political thought
  • (iii) Image theory and phenomenology of experience
  • (iv) Logic and theory of languages (v) Philosophy of mind and cognitive science
  • (vi) Anthropology and territorial science.

Academic disciplines:

  • 05/D (Physiology)
  • 10/G (Glottology and Linguistics)
  • 10/M (Germanic and Slavonic Languages, Literature and Culture)
  • 11/A (Historical Disciplines)
  • 11/B (Geography)
  • 11/C (Philosophy)
  • 11/E (Psychology)
  • 14/B (Political History)

Terms & Conditions

Duration: 3 years

Places available: 6

Scholarships:  5 For the University of Milan

Admission Criteria: All the two year specialisation courses (magistrale)

Distribution of marks Titles: maximum 30 points

Interview: maximum 30 points

Application guidelines

The admission to the PhD consists of two stages:

Stage one

Qualifications must be provided in accordance with art. 3 of this call for applications.

  • Evaluation of qualifications - dissertation, even with an abstract in English: maximum 3 points
  • university career (course examinations passed and final grade): maximum 7 points
  • any publications: maximum 3 points
  • any professional experience and other qualifications: maximum 1 point
  • two letters of reference written by lecturers from the applicant's University or other Universities supporting the application (to be sent to corrado.sinigaglia@unimi.it): maximum 1 point
  • a research project written by the applicant, which does not constitute any obligation to the subsequent choice of the dissertation topic: maximum 15 points

Timeline

Date of evaluation of qualifications: 6th December 2013

Results of the evaluation of qualifications

Available from  9th December 2013 on: http://www.dipafilo.unimi.it/ecm/home/scuola-di-dottorato

Stage two

Examination diary Interview:  16th December 2013 at 2.30 p.m. at the University of Milan - Didactic sector (Hall 111) - via Festa del Perdono, 7 - 20122 Milan

The interview will be held in English or in Italian, as preferred by the applicant.

This diary of admission exams is official notice for the interested parties.

Contact

Contact person of the PhD course prof. Corrado Sinigaglia, adjunct professor in the scientific-disciplinary (corrado.sinigaglia@unimi.it) field M-FIL/02

Catégories

Lieux

  • hall 111 - via festa del perdono 7
    Milan, Italie (20122)

Dates

  • vendredi 29 novembre 2013

Mots-clés

  • phd course, philosophy, human sciences

Contacts

  • Corrado Sinigaglia
    courriel : corrado [dot] sinigaglia [at] unimi [dot] it

URLS de référence

Source de l'information

  • Andrea Pinotti
    courriel : andrea [dot] pinotti [at] unimi [dot] it

Pour citer cette annonce

« Public Competition for Admission to the PhD Courses with scholarships – State University of Milan », Bourse, prix et emploi, Calenda, Publié le mercredi 27 novembre 2013, http://calenda.org/267659