Ph.D. programmes of University of Genoa

PhD programmes are postgraduate courses with a duration of at least three years, which can be joined by passing an entry examination. Typically, a sizeable number of scholarships are provided.

In some cases, PhD programmes allot specific places to non-EU citizens living abroad. The University of Genoa can also offer PhD programmes independently or in a partnership with other Universities.

  • Information about application requirements, admission procedures and deadlines can be found in the notice of competition and its Annex A (see below), where you can read all the information, including the list of all PhD programmes, places availability, number of scholarships for each programme, dates, types and assessment test.

Academic Year 2022/2023 Ph.D. Programmes



Deadline: December 6, 2022 at 12 noon (CET)


Step 1. Choose your Ph.D. programme

Step 2. Review application requirements and deadlines

Step 3. Apply for the position

  • See the detailed instructions for submitting your PhD application.
  • Collect all your documents. Please refer to the Art. 3 in the notice of competition for the complete list of required documents. Please note that the following are mandatory for all the courses:
    • a valid copy of your ID
    • a copy of your Degree
    • your curriculum vitæ et studiorum
  • Register as a prospective-student of the University of Genoa, via the UnigePass service.

Apply here

Date, time and place of publication of the lists of candidates admitted to the interview

Date, time and method of interview

Step 4. Find out if you have passed the selection

According to specifications of each programme (see Annex A), you may find in one of the following situations:

  • Candidates are ranked on the basis of their qualifications and publications. In this case, at the end of the evaluation process, a list of selected candidates will be published below.
  • Candidates are ranked on the basis of their qualifications, publications, and interview. In this case:
    • A preliminary selection is done, based on qualifications/publications, and the lists of candidates admitted to the interview will be posted online.
  • Candidates are ranked on the basis of their qualifications, publications, and exams. In this case:
    • A preliminary selection is done, based on qualifications/publications, and the lists of candidates admitted to exams will be posted online.

Step 5. Enroll (after selection)

Final lists

If you have been offered a scholarship, you will have to proceed to the enrolment (in accordance with the deadilines defined in the notice of competition art. 8)

Enrolment guide

INFORMATION FOR NON EU STUDENTS To apply for an entry visa for study purposes, you have to pre-enrol online via the Universitaly portal.
The pre-enrolment application will be verified by the University of Genova and forwarded to the Embassy/Consulate you have specified.

Useful Information

Useful Forms

Should you need to do one of the following, please find below the relevant form:


Regulations for PhD students set by the University of Genoa are listed in ‘Disciplina area della didattica’:


For any information about applications and doctoral studies, please refer to:

PhD Office (‘Settore dottorato di ricerca’)

Address: via Vivaldi 5, 16126 Genova GE, Italy
Phone: +39 010 209 5795 monday and friday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Hours: (local time CET, GMT +1) on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday e Friday from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM – on Tuesday from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, from 2:30 PM to 4:00 PM 

Opening hours Tuesday – from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM in person only by appointment
Wednesday – from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM in remoto (sportello virtuale) only by appointment
Thursday – from 9.30:00 AM to 11:30 AM  in person only by appointment

Previous PhD cycles

See past announcements, deadlines and other information for previous cycles of the Italian PhD programme.

Source: University of Genoa


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