Università degli Studi di Padova - Universita` degli Studi di PADOVA

Transcript

Università degli Studi di Padova - Universita` degli Studi di PADOVA
ANNOUNCEMENT OF COMPETITION FOR ADMISSION TO THE INTERUNIVERISTY
DOCTORAL SCHOOLS: GRADUATE SCHOOL IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT AND
GRADUATE SCHOOL IN HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL
STUDIES – XXVII SERIES - A.Y. 2011/12
DEADLINE. 17 JUNE 2011
Art. 1 – PURPOSE OF THE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Università degli Studi di Padova, the Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia and the
Università degli Studi di Verona have founded the following Interuniversity Doctoral Schools:
- Graduate School in Economics and Management
- Graduate School in Historical, Geographical and Anthropological Studies.
Each University implements different curricula within the abovementioned Interuniversity
Doctoral Schools and organizes the selection procedure for its courses/curricula for the academic
year 2011/2012 – 27th series.
Graduate School in Economics and management



Università degli Studi di Padova
Curriculum in Economics and Management
Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Research Doctorate in Business
Research Doctorate in Economics
Università degli Studi di Verona
PhD in Business Administration and Management
PhD in Economics and Finance
Graduate School in Historical, Geographical and Anthropological Studies
 Università degli Studi di Padova
Curriculum in Human Geography and Physical Geography
Curriculum in Historical and Historical-Religious Studies
 Università Ca' Foscari Venezia
Research Doctorate in European Social History from the Middle Ages to the Present Times
 Università degli Studi di Verona
PhD in Historical and Anthropological Sciences
PhD in Economic History
For the academic year 2011/2012 the Università degli Studi di Padova announces
admission competitions (hereafter competitions) for:
Graduate School in Economics and Management – curriculum in Economics and
Management;
Graduate School in Historical, Geographical and Anthropological Studies – curriculum in
Human Geography and Physical Geography and curriculum in Historical and HistoricalReligious Studies.
The didactic and training activities will take place in the three Universities according to the
decision of the competent bodies of the Graduate Doctoral Schools.
1
All information concerning the courses/curricula of the Graduate Doctoral Schools, the
admission procedures, the available places, the training aims, the research topics and the teaching
staff are available at the following addresses:
Università degli Studi di Padova:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti0/it_Book129_Page8
Università Ca’ Foscari di Venezia:
http://www.unive.it/nqcontent.cfm?a_id=89840
Università degli Studi di Verona:
http://www.univr.it/main?ent=catdoc&id=742&idDest=2&sServ=68&serv=65&ssServ=127#991&lang=it
The main characteristics of each course/curriculum, such as research topics, available
places (with and without scholarship), selection procedures and the criteria determining the final
pass lists are provided in the chart of each course/curriculum.
The available positions will be assigned according to the final pass list of each
curriculum/scholarship with mandatory thesis topic.
Some of the scholarships funded by private and public bodies/institutions are linked to a
specific research topic, specified in the chart (hereafter scholarships with mandatory thesis topic).
The holder of such scholarship must abide with the conditions of the agreement signed with the
funding body.
The number of available positions with scholarship may be increased due to private and
public funding.
The availability of those positions with scholarship that are marked with an asterisk is
subject to the positive outcome of the agreement between the Univeristy and the funding body.
The scholarships funded by external bodies/institutions will be paid out to the holder
depending on the positive outcome of the agreement between the University and the funding body;
therefore the payment of the fellowship depends on the actual receiving on the part of the
University of the predetermined amounts.
This announcement is a public notification. Applicants will not receive personal
communications. Eventual changes or additions to this announcement will be published on the
following website:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti0/it_Book129_Page8
Following the admission competitions, the courses/curricula of the Graduate Doctoral
Schools at the Università degli Studi di Padova will start only if there are at least three enrolments
Art. 2 – ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA
The competition is open to people of all ages and citizenship; applicants must be in
possession of one of the following qualifications:
•
Diploma di Laurea (vecchio ordinamento);
•
Laurea Specialistica/Magistrale (nuovo ordinamento);
•
an academic qualification issued by a foreign university and recognized as equivalent to the
aforementioned qualifications by academic authorities or by interuniversity agreements of
cooperation and mobility.
All applicants are admitted with due reservation to the competition. The University can at any time
exclude applicants lacking admission requirements. This measure will be communicated to the
party concerned by mail with a registered letter with return receipt.
•
Applicants awaiting award of admission qualification
Those applicants awaiting award of the admission qualification can also apply provided that
they certify the possession of the admission qualification by the day of the first meeting of the
evaluating commission (both in the case of a selection based only on the evaluation of
qualifications and in the case of a preselection based on the evaluation of qualifications).
Those applicants awaiting award of the admission qualification must send by fax to the
evaluating commission the certification or a self-declaration concerning the award of the admission
qualification, otherwise they will be excluded from the competition (the fax number is specified in
the chart of each curriculum). The form for the self-declaration is available at:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti0/it_Book129_Page8
•
Applicants with a foreign admission qualification
Those applicants in possession of a foreign qualification that has not been recognized by
the academic bodies of an Italian University must submit within the deadline date of the
announcement the following documents to Servizio Formazione alla Ricerca - Via VIII Febbraio n.
2 – 35122 Padova, in order to have the degree recognized as equivalent to the Italian one (this
recognition is valid only in order to be admitted to the competition):
-
copy of the degree certificate with ‘dichiarazione di valore’ (where available);
certified transcripts including grades;
other documents/certificates that should be taken into account for the evaluation of the
degree;
- translation of the degree certificate in Italian or English (this can be done by the
applicant)
According to D.P.R. 445/200 EU citizens can submit self-certifications.
The submission of the abovementioned documents does not replace the application form
for the admission to the competition, which must be submitted according to art. 3.
Art. 3 – APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications for the competition must be filled exclusively through the online procedure
available at: http://unipd.cineca.it/interateneo within 10.00 a.m. of the deadline date.
Completed on-line application forms must be printed, signed and sent together with
the qualifications and documents (where required) to the address specified in the label that
will be automatically printed together with the application form.
Signed application forms must arrive by the deadline date of the announcement, otherwise
exclusion from competition will result. The address is specified in the label or in the chart of each
curriculum under the section ‘Address for the submission of the application form’.
The date of the postmark will not be accepted as an evidence of meeting the
application deadline.
Applicants wishing to apply for more than one curriculum must fill in as many application
forms as the chosen curricula.
Applicants wishing to apply for scholarships with mandatory thesis topic must select the
research topic in the application form.
The choices are definite.
Applicants must attach to the application form:
qualifications and documents in their original form, in certified copies or through selfcertification;
a copy of an ID
If the applicant applies for more than one curriculum within the same School each application
form must be accompanied by the qualifications and publications (where required).
120 days after the publication of the final pass lists and for the following 60 days, original
degree certificates or certified copies will be available for their return by the Department/Institute
where they have been mailed or delivered; after which they will be disposed of. They can be
collected by or mailed to the applicant, on his/her request and at his/her expense.
According to Law n. 104/92 and Law n. 17/99 disabled applicants can make a request for
particular aid or additional time allotments for the completion of the examinations. The request can
be made by filling in the forms available at http://unipd.cineca.it/interateneo and must be sent by
fax (049/8275040) or submitted personally to the Servizio Disabilità (via Portello 25/31, 35129
Padova).
The university administration is not responsible for any lost communication due to inexact
addresses or missing or late notice of change of address on behalf of the candidate, or for any
mishaps due to postal, cable or e-mail problems.
Additional documents can be submitted within the deadline date. Documents submitted
after the deadline date will not be considered.
Art. 4 – ADMISSION EXAM
The selection procedures and the dates of the admission exams are specified in the chart
of each curriculum. This is an official notice so applicants will not receive any personal
communication concerning the admission exams.
In competitions based only on the evaluation of qualifications (Economics and
Management) only those applicants who have obtained a score of at least 7/10 points will be
included in the final pass list.
For the admission to the curriculum in Human Geography and Physical Geography and to
the curriculum in Historical and Historical-Religious Studies of the Graduate School in Historical,
Geographical and Anthropological Studies there will be a preselection on the basis of the
evaluation of the research project. The commission will evaluate the qualifications of only those
applicants whose research project has obtained a score of at least 7/10 points (28/40) and only
those applicants will be admitted to the oral exam. The oral exam is passed with a score of at least
7/10 points (28/40). The final score is the sum of the score of the preselection, the score of the
evaluation of the other qualifications and the score of the oral exam.
In order to sit the oral exams applicants must be present on the date, at the hour and place
specified in the chart of each curriculum and they must show one of the following IDs:
a) identity card (EU citizens);
b) passport (EU and non-EU citizens).
c) driving licence
The oral exam must be taken in the language/s specified in the section ‘Languag/s’. At the
oral examination the commission will also verify the knowledge of one or more foreign languages
according to the information given in the chart of each curriculum.
Those candidates who have applied for the scholarships with mandatory thesis topic and
have passed the exam for the curriculum can sit the relative additional examination. The passing
score for this additional examination is at least 7/10 points or an equivalent score.
For the curriculum in ‘Economics and Management’ the documents submitted for the
fellowships with mandatory thesis topic will be evaluated only if applicants have applied for these
scholarships (by specifying it in the application form) and if they have obtained an evaluation of at
least 7/10 point for the final pass list. The passing score for the scholarship with mandatory thesis
topic corresponds to at least 7/10 points.
Applicants will be told if there are other scholarships made available after the publication of
the announcement both before the exam and in the following website:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti0/it_Book129_Page8
Art. 5 – EVALUATING COMMISSION
The evaluating commission will be appointed by the Rector on proposal of the competent
bodies of the School.
In any case the commissions are made up of three members and could include at most two
additional experts, even foreign, chosen among companies or private/public research institutions;
the appointment of such experts is mandatory when the provisions stated in par. 3 art. 4 of the D.
M. 224/99 are met.
Art. 6 – FINAL PASS LISTS AND ADMISSION TO COURSES
Each evaluating commission draws up the final pass list according to the scores of the
exams for each curriculum.
A list for each scholarship with mandatory thesis topic will also be drawn up by adding
score of the additional examination to the score of the exams for the curriculum.
In competitions based only on the evaluation of qualifications the final pass list for
scholarships with mandatory thesis topic will be drawn up by adding the score relative to
evaluation of the documents presented for the thesis topic to the score of the exams for
curriculum.
The Rector approves the acts and decides on the publication of the final pass lists for
admission of the applicants.
the
the
the
the
the
These lists will be made known by 22 July 2011 by:
- publication on the ’albo ufficiale di Ateneo’ (official University register);
- publication on the following website:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti0/it_Book129_Page8
The deadline date for the submission of the enrolment form will be made known together
with the publication of the final pass lists. This is an official notice so applicants will not receive any
personal communication.
Applicants are admitted according to the final pass list of each curriculum/scholarship with
mandatory thesis topic. If an applicant has won a position in more than one pass list, s/he will have
to choose one School/curriculum/scholarship with mandatory thesis topic.
The lists relative to the scholarship with mandatory thesis topic will determine the winner of
such scholarships; they will not determine any position without scholarship.
Courses begin on 3 October 2011. The duration of doctoral courses is three years.
Those enrolled in the last year of a Scuola di Specializzazione, who will finish the courses
before the beginning of the doctoral courses, can enroll in the Doctoral School/Curriculum, if they
are winners of a position, by declaring that they will finish the courses of the Scuola di Specializzazione before the beginning of the doctoral courses.
Art. 7 – EXTRA QUOTA ENROLMENTS
Non-EU citizens who pass the admission exams can be admitted extra quota without
scholarship even if they are not winners of a position.
.
Art. 8 – STATE EMPLOYEE
On permission of their public employer, state employees admitted to doctoral courses with
a scholarship may go on temporary leave without income for study purposes for the length of the
courses. If they have won a position without scholarship, or if they renounce the fellowship, they
can go on temporary leave and maintain their income, social security and retirement benefits at the
expense of their public employer. If state employees decide to leave their job within two years from
the completion of the doctoral courses, they must return the total amount of the money received
(as explained above).
State emplyees who have already been awarded a doctoral degree or who have been
enrolled in doctoral courses for at least one year benefiting from temporary leave, have no right to
a second temporary leave.
The period of temporary leave will be considered for career promotion, social security and
retirement benefits (Law n. 476/1984, Law n. 448/2001, Law n. 240/2010).
Art. 9 – ENROLMENT
Winners (with or without scholarship) must enrol by the deadline date that will be made
known with the publication of the final pass lists.
Those who have not enrolled by the deadline will be considered to have renounced their
position (with or without scholarship), and the places made available will be offered to other eligible
applicants, according to the pass lists.
The signed enrolment form must be submitted together with the following documents
directly to Servizio Formazione alla Ricerca:
- first year enrolment application form;
- copy of a valid identity document;
- copy of the fee payment as described in art. 12;
- two passport-size photos.
By completing the application form, the winner declares that s/he is aware that:
- during the enrolment in doctoral courses s/he is not allowed to enrol in any of the following
University courses: “Laurea”, “Laurea specialistica/magistrale”, University Master, or any other
doctoral programme; .
- s/he is not enrolled and will not enrol in a Scuola di Specializzazione. If enrolled, s/he must
interrupt the Scuola di specializzazione. In case of Scuole di Specializzazione Medica regulated by
D.L. 368/1999, s/he must interrupt attendance before the beginning of the course except in the
case specified in art. 19, par 1. letter c) of Law 240/2010; if enrolled in the last year, s/he must end
the course before the beginning of doctoral courses.
- s/he has to ask the competent body of the School for the permission to carry out activities
external to the doctoral programme or to continue work activities existent at the moment of
enrolment into the School/Course;
If the winner is also granted a scholarship, s/he declares that:
- s/he has not already benefited from a scholarship in the past for another doctoral programme;
- s/he will not accept any additional scholarships except those offered by national or foreign
institutions aimed at integrating the doctorate student’s research abroad;
- s/he acknowledges that the scholarship is attributed only to those who do not possess, during the
doctoral programme, an annual income superior to the annual amount of the fellowship; s/he
commits him/herself to communicate promptly an eventual excess of the limit of income;
- he/she commits him/herself to paying back the scholarship received during the year if the
student’s income exceeds the limit.
Winners with foreign qualifications will have to attach also:
1. a copy, in Italian or English, of the degree accompanied by the statement of value (‘dichiarazione di valore in loco’) and a certificate with the list of the examinations and of the marks translated and legalized by the Italian embassy or consulate;
2. a valid stay permit or copy of the request of stay permit (only for non EU citizens).
Art. 10 – REPLACEMENTS
The date of the publication of the list containing the places available for replacement by
eligible candidates and the deadline for the submission of the relative application form will be made
known together with the publication of the final pass lists.
Eligible candidates will not receive any personal communications.
Art. 11 - SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships are assigned according to the order of the final pass list for each
curriculum/scholarship with mandatory thesis topic.
Scholarships are paid out exclusively to those who will not receive, during the doctoral
programme, an annual income greater than the annual amount of the scholarship. Exceeding the
limit in income will result in the loss of the scholarship for that particular year and implies the duty
to return the monthly payments already received.
In case there are more winners for the same position with scholarship, consideration of
economic factors will prevail according to art. 7, letter d) of DM n. 224 dated 30.04.1999; in case
there are more winners for the same position without scholarship consideration of younger age will
prevail.
According to D.M. dated 18 June 2008, the scholarship gross amount is 13.638,47 € per
year; the scholarship is subject to a separate INPS taxing system according to art. 2, par. 26 law n.
335 dated 08.08.1995 and successive modifications and integrations.
Doctorate scholarships cannot be combined with other scholarships of any kind except with
those awarded by national or foreign institutions aimed at helping the graduate students to carry
out their research abroad.
For periods of study abroad the amount of the scholarship is increased by 50%.
The scholarship starts once attendance begins.
Scholarships are paid by monthly instalments. The first instalment is paid the month
following the actual beginning of the course.
If one has already benefited from a scholarship for a doctorate program, s/he cannot do so
a second time.
Benefits (regional scholarships for doctoral students without scholarships, housing, etc.)
offered by DPCM dated 9.4.2001 – Uniformità di trattamento sul diritto agli studi universitari,
according to art. 4 of Law n. 390 dated 2/12/1991 – will be organized according to what established
by Regione Veneto.
For more information, refer to Servizio Diritto allo Studio, via Portello, 31 – Padova.
The competitions will be available at the following addresses:
http://www.unipd.it/unipdWAR/page/unipd/studenti4/it_5_8_P11 and http://www.esu.pd.it
Art. 12 – ENROLMENT AND ATTENDANCE FEES
The following fees amounts are established for the doctoral students enrolled in the
Interuniversity Doctoral Schools for the academic year 2011/2012, in accordance with DPCM dated
09.04.2001, DM dated 29.01.2008, and the Rector Decree n. 1472 dated 13.05.2011:
First instalment
Doctoral students with scholarship
Virtual electronic stamp: € 14,62
Insurance: € 8,50
Regional Tax: € 109,00
Total: € 132,12
Doctoral students with scholarship shall not pay the second instalment
Doctoral students without scholarship
Virtual electronic stamp: € 14,62
Insurance: € 8,50
Regional Tax: € 109,00
Enrolment fee: € 125,00
Total: € 257,12
Second instalment
The amount of the second instalment is 250 €. The payment shall be made according to the
instruction given when submitting the enrolment form.
Disable students
For disable doctoral students with an invalidity between 66% and 100% there is only one
instalment:
Virtual electronic stamp: € 14,62
Insurance: € 8,50
Regional Tax: € 109,00
Total: € 132,12
Art. 13 – DOCTORAL STUDENTS DUTIES
Doctoral students must carry out the activities pertinent to their approved research studies
and, at the end of each year, they must present a report regarding the activities performed and the
state of their research to the Doctoral School competent body. At the end of the 3-year
programmes, they will also have to present a Doctoral thesis with original contributions.
On the basis of the evaluation of the work performed by the doctoral student, the competent
bodies of the Doctoral School/Course decide on the admission to the following year. The
competent bodies of the Doctoral School may, with a motivated decision, suggest the student’s
exclusion from the Doctoral School to the Rector.
Art. 14 – ATTAINMENT OF THE DEGREE
The degree of “Dottore di ricerca”, awarded jointly by the three Universities, is attained once
the final exam has been passed. This exam can be repeated, but once only. This exam consists of
a discussion with the candidate on his/her thesis.
The evaluation committees of the final exam are formed and nominated according to the
University’s Regulations
Art. 15 – REFERENCE LAWS
For that which is not mentioned in this competition refer to:
- art. 4 of Law n. 210 dated 03.07.1998;
- DM n. 224 dated 30.04.1999 - Regolamento in materia di Dottorato di Ricerca;
- DR 100 dated 17.01.2007 Regolamento di Ateneo in materia di Scuole di Dottorato di
Ricerca;
- DM dated 18 June 2008 – Increase of the gross year amount of doctoraral scholarships;
- Law n. 240 date 30 dicembre 2010;
- Regulations of each School.
Art.17 – PERSONAL DATA PROCESSING
In accordance with to D.Lgs 196/03 the data supplied will be dealt with on paper or in
electronic form according to the dispositions stated only for the procedures for which they have
been required and will be used only to this end.
Art. 18 – FINAL PROVISIONS
In accordance with art.5 of Law n. 241 dated 07.08.1990 and eventual modifications and
integrations, the Head Administrator of the Competition is Mrs. Donatella Martella – Servizio
Formazione alla Ricerca – Università degli Studi di Padova – Padova.
For further information please call 049/8271929 – 1928 (Monday to Friday from 10.00 to
12.30 and Tuesday and Thursday also from 3.00 p.m. to 4.30 p.m.).
Servizio Formazione alla Ricerca
Fax 00 39 049 8271934
e-mail: [email protected]
THE RECTOR
Prof. Giuseppe Zaccaria
GRADUATE SCHOOL IN ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT
(Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Università degli Studi di Padova, Università degli Studi di Verona)
Curriculum in Economics and management
Department
Dipartimento di Scienze Economiche – Università degli Studi di Padova
Duration
3 years
Number of positions
Scholarships funded
by the University
n. 5
Scholarships funded
by Law 170
n. 0
Scholarships funded
by
external public or private bodies
n. 2
Positions without
scholarship
n. 1
Total number of positions
n. 8
2 Scholarships with mandatory thesis topic funded
by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo* –
Topic 1: Evaluation of public policies for the labour
market, training and health
Topic 2: The role of banking foundations between ethics and politics: governance models and evaluation
techniques
Selection criteria
EVALUATION OF QUALIFICATIONS
Evaluation criteria
Qualifications: max 100 points
Curriculum:
Max points: 18
Scientific publications:
Max points: 15
Other qualification:
Max points: 65
Further documents that the
candidates think
relevant to their
evaluation:
Max points: 2
Documents to be submitted
Two letter of references each in a sealed
envelope – exam transcripts, an essay on a research topic of interest to the candidate (max
10,000 characters, spaces included, in English),
GRE o GMAT, if available; TOEFL, if available
Evaluation criteria for
the qualifications
submitted for each
scholarship with mandatory topic thesis
Qualification to be
submitted and maximum corresponding
score for scholarship
with mandatory thesis
topic
Information for the
candidates who will be
awarded the admission
qualification within the
day of the first meeting
of the evaluating
commission
First meeting of the
Evaluating Commission
Publication of the
results of the
evaluation
Languages
Didactic program
Max 50 points
- Research plan concerning the mandatory thesis topic and/or publications concerning
the topic- Max points: 30
- Certifications of examinations in economical-statistics subjects relevant with the mandatory thesis topic - Max points: 10
- Other activities, indicated in the CV, related to the issues of the mandatory thesis topic – Max points: 10
By the day and hour of the first meeting of the evaluating Commission (15 July 2011 at
09.00 a.m.) the applicants will have to send by fax (to the number +39 049 8274221)
the certification of the qualification or the Substitutive Declaration in place of Certification together with a copy of an ID document
15 July 2011, 9 a.m.
Within 19 July 2011 the evaluating Commission will publish the results of the evaluation procedure in the following website: http://www.decon.unipd.it/dottorato/
Within 22 July 2011 the final pass list will be published according to art. 6 of the announcement
The qualifications can be submitted in Italian or English
During the first year, students will attend lectures (in English) in quantitative methods
(math, game theory, probability, econometrics), economics (micro, macro, industrial organization and public economics) and business (organization, management, accounting). Compulsory courses will take place not only in Padova, but also in Venice. Elective courses will take place in Padova, Venice and Verona. Passing all exams is required for admission into the second year. For further information, see
http://www.decon.unipd.it/dottorato/
Address for the submission of the application form
Department: Dipartimento di SCIENZE ECONOMICHE
Address: Via del Santo n. 33, 35123 Padova
Contact person: Paola Zanin
Opening hours: from Monday to Friday from 11.30 a.m. to 12.30 p.m., on Friday also
from 3.30 p.m to 4.30 p.m.
Only printed and signed applications (http://unipd.cineca.it/interateneo) which arrive at
the aforementioned Department by the stated deadline will be accepted.
The envelope must bear the words: “Contiene documentazione per concorso dottorato
in SCUOLA SUPERIORE DI ECONOMIA E MANAGEMENT – Indirizzo in Economia
e management"
Deadlines
Deadline of the announcement: 17 June 2011
Publication of the final pass lists, of the enrolment dates and
of replacements: by 22 July 2011
Opening of Doctoral programmes: 3 October 2011
*Scholarships marked with an asterisk will be available only if the project will be selected by the funding body
GRADUATE SCHOOL IN HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES
(Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Università degli Studi di Padova, Università degli Studi di Verona)
Curriculum in Human geography and physical geography
Department
Department of History - Università degli Studi di Padova
Duration
3 years
Number of
positions
Selection
criteria
Scholarships funded by the
University
n. 2
Scholarships funded by Law
170
n. 0
Scholarships funded by
external public or private
bodies
n. 1
Positions without
scholarship
n. 2
Total number of
positions
n. 5
Scholarship with mandatory thesis topic funded by
Fondazione per l'Università e l'Alta Cultura della provincia di Belluno*: Topic:“A Military Geography and
Geology Study of the World War I Sites in Province of
Belluno”
Preselection on the basis of evaluation of research project; oral examination and evaluation
of qualifications for admitted candidates only
Research Project : max 40 points
Qualifications: max 20 points
Oral examination: max 40 points
Additional examination for the grant of the scholarship
with mandatory thesis topic: max 40 points
Evaluation
criteria
Only those candidates whose research project reaches a minimum score of 28/40, will be
admitted to oral examination
Pass mark for the oral examination will be 28/40
Additional oral examination for the grant of the scholarship
with mandatory thesis topic : minimum score 28/40
Documents to be
submitted
Research proMax points: 40
ject
Candidates must send the research project in hard copy
and in electronic version (.pdf format) to the e-mail address
[email protected]
Instructions about the project structure are available at
http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=98
Thesis
Max points: 10
The thesis must be submitted in hard copy. It is mandatory
to send also an electronic version in .pdf format to the email address [email protected]
Curriculum
Max points: 3
Scientific pubMax points: 2
lications
Graduation
mark
Max points: 5
First meeting of the evaluating
Commission for preselection
Information for the
candidates who will be awarded
the admission
qualification within the day of
the first meeting of the evaluating Commission for the preselection
Publication of the results of the
evaluation of the preselection
04 July 2011, at 9.30 a.m.
Before the day and hour of the first meeting of the evaluating Commission
(04 July 2011, at 9.30 a.m) candidates must send by fax
(to +39.049 8278502) certification for the admission qualification or the Substitutive Declaration in place of Certification together with a copy of an ID
document.
By 08 July 2011 the evaluating Commission will publish the results of the
evaluation procedure on the following website:
http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=40
Oral examination
12 July 2011, at 9.30 a.m. - Dipartimento di Geografia (Room B) - Via del
Santo, 26 - 35123 Padova
Scholarship with
mandatory thesis topic:
additional examination
At the end of the admission examinations all the eligible candidates who
have applied also for the scholarships with mandatory thesis topic will sit the
relative additional examination
Language/s
Foreign language/s assessment at the oral examination:
At the oral examination the commission will assess the knowledge of one
language to be chosen from English, French, German, Spanish
Admission exam:
The admission exam will be taken in Italian or English or French
Examination topics
Methodology of analysis and representation of the territory. Historical and
geographical territorial evolution. Local sustainable development in PVS.
Analysis of the natural environment and landscape. Geomorphological processes in natural environments.
Didactic programme
The syllabus will consist of seminars and lessons covering relevant historiographical issues and on the relationship between geography, geomorfology
and territory. The common seminars will be jointly organised for the 27th
cycle with the PhD Schools in History of the University of Ca' Foscari - Venice and the University of Verona.
http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=24
Address for the
submission of the application
form
Department: Dipartimento di STORIA
Address: Via del Vescovado n. 30, 35141 Padova
Contact person: Delia Legittimo
Opening hours: on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 09.00 a.m. to
11.00 a.m.; on Tuesday and on Thursday from 09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m and
from 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Only printed and signed applications (http://unipd.cineca.it/interateneo)
which arrive at the aforementioned Department by the stated deadline will be
accepted.
The envelope must bear the words: Contiene documentazione per concorso
dottorato in
"SCUOLA SUPERIORE DI STUDI STORICI, GEOGRAFICI, ANTROPOLOGICI - Indirizzo in GEOGRAFIA UMANA E FISICA"
Deadlines
Deadline for the announcement: 17 June 2011
Publication of the final pass lists, of the enrolment dates and of replacements: 22 July 2011
Opening of Doctoral programmes: 3 October 2011
Scholarships marked with an asterisk will be available only if the funding will be confirmed by the funding body
13
(updated on 24/05/2011 with further places/fellowships available for the curriculum in Historical and historicalreligious studies)
GRADUATE SCHOOL IN HISTORICAL, GEOGRAPHICAL AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDIES
(Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Università degli Studi di Padova, Università degli Studi di Verona)
Curriculum in Historical and historical-religious studies
Department
Department of History - Università degli Studi di Padova -
Duration
3 years
Scholarships funded by
the University
n. 5
Scholarships funded by
Law 170
n. 0
3 Scholarships with mandatory thesis topic
funded by Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Padova e Rovigo*
Number of
positions
Scholarships funded by
external
public or private bodies
n. 3
Topic 1: 'The relationship between church authorities and secular authorities in the West from the 11
century to the 12 century: from the stereotypes of
the "Gregorian reform" and "investiture controversy" to the comparative history of changes in sociopolitical institutions in Italy and in Europe between
early and high Middle Ages';*
Topic 2: 'The machinery of drainage. Conservation,
enhancement and management of industrial archaeological heritage in the areas of drainage of
Bassa Padovana (19-20 century)’;*
Topic 3: ‘Material inheritance, genetic inheritance.
The case of Recoaro between social history and
medicine’.*
Selection
criteria
Positions without
scholarship
n. 3
Total number of
positions
n. 11
Preselection on the basis of evaluation of research project; oral examination and
evaluation of qualifications for admitted candidates only
Research Project : max 40 points
Qualifications: max 20 points
Oral examination: max 40 points
Evaluation
criteria
Additional examination for the grant of the scholarship
with mandatory thesis topic: max 40 points
Only those candidates whose research project reaches a minimum score of 28/40, will
be admitted to oral examination
Pass mark for the oral examination will be 28/40
Additional oral examination for the grant of the scholarship
with mandatory thesis topic : minimum score 28/40
Documents to be
submitted
First meeting of the Evaluating Commission for
the preselection
Information for the candidates who will be
awarded the admission
qualification
Research
project
Max points: 40
Candidates must send the research project in hard copy
and in electronic version (.pdf format) to the e-mail address [email protected]
Instructions about the project structure are available at
http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=98
Thesis
Max points: 10
The thesis must be submitted in hard copy. It is mandatory to send also an electronic version in .pdf format to
the e-mail address [email protected]
Curriculum
Max points: 3
Scientific
publications
Max points: 2
Graduation mark
Max points: 5
6 July 2011, at 8.30 a.m.
Before the day and hour of the first meeting of the evaluating Commission (6 July 2011,
8.30 a.m.) candidates must send by fax (to +39.049 8278502) certification for the admission qualification or the Substitutive Declaration in place of Certification together with a
copy of an ID document.
Publication of the reBy 11 July 2011 the evaluating Commission will publish the results of the evaluation
sults of the evaluation of procedure on the following website: http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=40
the preselection
15 July 2011, at 9.30 a.m. - Dipartimento di Storia, Via del Vescovado, 30, 35141 PADOVA
Oral examination
Scholarship with
mandatory thesis
topic: additional
examination
At the end of the admission examinations all the eligible candidates who have applied also for
the scholarships with mandatory thesis topic will sit the relative additional examination
Language/s
Foreign language/s assessment at the oral examination:
At the oral examination the commission will assess the knowledge of one language to be
chosen among English, French, German, Spanish
Admission exam:
The admission exam will be taken in Italian or English
Examination topics
Discussion will be based on Research Project and Qualification titles.
Didactic programme
The syllabus will consist of seminars and lessons covering relevant historiographical issues and on sources and methods. The common seminars will be jointly organised for the
27th cycle with the PhD Schools in History of the University of Ca' Foscari - Venice and
the University of Verona. http://www.storia.unipd.it/index.php?pagina=24
Address for the
submission of the application form
Department: Dipartimento di STORIA
Address: Via del Vescovado n. 30, 35141 Padova
Contact person: Delia Legittimo
Opening hours: on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m.; on
Tuesday and on Thursday from 09.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m and from 3.00 p.m. to 4.00 p.m.
Only printed and signed applications (http://unipd.cineca.it/interateneo) which will arrive
at the aforementioned Department by the stated deadline will be accepted.
15
The envelope must bear the words : Contiene documentazione per concorso dottorato in
" SCUOLA SUPERIORE IN STUDI STORICI, GEOGRAFICI E ANTROPOLOGICI - Indirizzo in STUDI STORICI E STORICO-RELIGIOSI "
Deadlines
Deadline for the announcement: 17th June 2011
Publication of the final pass lists, of the enrolment dates
and of replacements: by 22nd July 2011
Opening of Doctoral programmes: 3rd October 2011
Scholarships marked with an asterisk will be available only if the funding will be confirmed by the funding body
16

Documenti analoghi

CALL FOR ADMISSION TO THE PHD PROGRAMS JOINTLY

CALL FOR ADMISSION TO THE PHD PROGRAMS JOINTLY documents must be translated into one of these languages and certified as authenticated copy either from the university issuing them or from the Italian delegation in charge, according to the regul...

Dettagli