PHD COURSES: A NEW CALL IS OPEN AT THE SANT'ANNA SCHOOL WITH 28 ADDITIONAL POSITIONS IN ORDER TO AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS FOR PH.D. COURSES ON THE TOPICS OF INNOVATION OR GREEN. DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION: OCTOBER 4TH, 2021 AT 12:00 P.M. (ITALIAN TIME)

A new call is open with 28 additional positions in order to award scholarships for Ph.D. courses on the topics of Innovation or Green, linked to sustainable and inclusive development, with particular attention to defense of biodiversityreduction of the impact of climate changediffusion of the circular economy, promotion of sustainable development.

The new call in order to award scholarships for Ph.D. courses on the topics of Innovation or Green is in implementation of Italian Ministerial Decree no. 1061/2021, on FSE REACT-EU funding in the framework of PON “Ricerca e Innovazione” 2014-2020 (Azione IV.4 e Azione IV.5).

Deadline for application: October 4th, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. (Italian time).

The start date of the Ph.D. Programmes is December 1st, 2021.

The Ph.D. Courses at the Sant’Anna School (Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna) are designed for talented graduates from around the world, who wish to carry out study and research in an international campus based in Pisa. Pisa is a medieval town in Tuscany, with a great quality of life and with a university system that is unique in Italy, with few equals in Europe, where everything is designed to help you get the most out of your studies and research. Ph.D. students at the Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna are supervised by tutors in a personalized program to make the most of your potential and to guide you towards a future full of success, whatever profession you may decide on.

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