- The Catholic University is peased to offer scholarships to study Ph.D. program in Criminology. All International students are eligible to apply.
- The main aims to train professionals able to meet traditional & emerging standards of excellence in the criminological sector.
- This goal is achieved through a specific program that combines training, research & teaching.
- Founded in Milan in 1921 by Father Agostino Gemelli, the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart is the most important Catholic University in Europe and, in the face of growing international openness, it is also the only Italian university that can boast a national dimension with its five Campus: Milan, Piacenza, Cremona, Brescia and Rome, where the “A. Gemini”.
Applications Deadline: All year round
Candidates must meet the following criteria:
- Candidates will attend Master courses aimed at completing and strengthening the candidates’ background (1st-year candidates).
- These are available to pursue the Ph.D. program.
- Field of Criminology.
- International students.
- The necessary course work to be carried out is defined upon admission to the Programme.
- Course work is defined in accordance with each candidate’s curriculum.
- Master courses will include a final examination. Additionally, Ph.D. candidates will prepare a paper (in English) on a topic agreed upon with the Professor of the course(s). Graduate courses may include:
- Statistics and advanced statistics
- Criminal law & procedure (Italian and comparative)
- The methodology of criminologist research
- Criminology & Applied Criminology
How to Apply
- How to Apply: Available in English & Italian at the webpage of the PhD Office call for applications. Candidates must fill the application form.
- Language Requirements: English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
- In line with what was decreed by the Ministry of Education, University and Research, the amount will be € 15.343,28 gross per year.
- Ph.D. students enrolled in the second and third year will receive a monthly net fee of € 200 calculated on each month of collaboration with the Transcrime center.
- This additional amount will be recalculated if the amount established by law were to change.
- The program will be increased by 50% during periods abroad. Starting in the second year, candidates will have a research expenditure budget equal to 10% of the free study.
- To promote the internationalization of the doctorate, the winning candidates residing abroad can receive up to € 5,000 for documented travel and accommodation expenses incurred during the first year of the doctorate for the transfer to Milan.