What is doctoral research abroad
The scholarship is intended as a contribution to expenses related to your travel and stay abroad and will be paid only in the case of physical mobility in a single installment within two months from departure (a copy of the boarding pass will be required).
Scholarships for depatures before 31 July 2021 are available in the file in the download box.
How to Apply
The call is available at the open selection calls webpage. Apply online submitting the following documents:
- a scanned copy of the motivation letter, with the research project to be carried out in the partner university, approved and signed by the Doctoral Supervisor. In case the supervisor has not been appointed yet, the document must be signed by the Doctoral Course Coordinator or by an academic representative belonging to the Academic Staff Board (use template available in the download box);
- a scanned copy of the acceptance letter from the host institution (use template available).
Incomplete applications will not be considered.
This mobility cannot overlap with other international mobilities.
For students on a co-tutelle agreement with a partner institution, the destination university must be different from the co-tutelle institution.
Applications received are considered for funding on a monthly basis at the end of each month. The list of accepted students will be available by the 15th of the month after application submission.
Mobility will be possible after 30 days from the end of the month of application (e.g.: if the application was done in January, the departure will be possible from March).
For information regarding the feasibility of this mobility within the frame of your doctoral course, candidates can contact the Secretary of their Doctoral Programme. For information regarding this mobility opportunity you can also refer to the Office for International Relations of your academic area (see contacts below).