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The University of Turin cooperates with national and international, public and private institutions, in order to promote and support students and researchers' mobility.
UniTO promotes the internationalisation of PhD courses through international PhD programmes, PhD in joint-supervision (co-tutelle de these), international programmes for supporting the mobility of PhD students.
International PhD programmes
The University of Turin offers the following international PhD programmes:
PhD thesis "en co-tutelle" (doctorate in joint-supervision)
PhDs en co-tutelle allow students to carry out their research projects both at the University of Turin and at an international university under the joint supervision of two experts in the subject of study (one at each university). On successful completion of the PhD course, the candidate will receive a dual award from each of the two institutions.
The University of Turin is glad to welcome applications for admission to its Doctoral Programmes from CSC candidates. The call for application is now expired. General information on how to apply is available at:
Mobility Confap Italy - MCI is a programme managed by Brasilian Conselho Nacional das Fundações Estaduais de Amparo à Pesquisa (CONFAP) and a network of 18 Italian universities and a research centre to enhance mobility for PhD and post-doc students (Visiting Scientist) between Italy and Brasil.