Applications for the admission to the selection process shall be submitted within the peremptory date specified in the related call. The participation in the call will only be accepted by online application, following the instructions provided on the page of the University of Bergamo website www.unibg.it/PhDadmission.
It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that the application has been successfully submitted, with the printing of the application receipt. Claims for any malfunctions to the IT system will not be accepted; applicants are therefore asked to complete the application well in advance, within and not later than the closing date.
Any application submitted with any other procedure than the one specified above will not be considered valid.
Documents to be attached to the application
For all candidates:
self-certification of the admission qualification held (as attached to the announcement)
the candidate's own curriculum studiorum specifying studies and experiences attaining to the PhD program as shown in the facsimile attached to the announcement;
If required in Attachment A
a research project or letter of academic interest, written by the candidate (a facsimile form is attached to the announcement; see Attachment A for any specifications); such research program is uniquely oriented to the selection and will not necessarily be the same research project as the one that will be entrusted;
presentation letters of Italian or foreign academics;
any further documentation.
For candidates in possession of a foreign qualification that has not already been declared equivalent:
Firsrt and second cycle degree diplomas - Bachelor's and Master’s degree level that allow admission to PhD level/3rd cycle studies in the home country, awarded by a recognized academic Institution, with final mark;
Transcripts of records of both first and second cycle Degree with complete grading;
Any other document useful for the recognition of eligibility (such as Diploma Supplement, or Dichiarazione di valore in loco issued by the University or the Italian embassy/consulate in the country where the degree was issued, or certification of eligibility issued by ENIC_NARIC Centers).
The above-mentioned documents must be drawn up in Italian or English, under penalty of exclusion from the selection. In cases where self-certification is not allowed (e.g. non-EU candidate with a qualification awarded abroad), if the official documentation issued by the university where the qualification was obtained is not already in English, the candidate must attach also a certified translation in Italian or English.