Becas para el doctorado ENBA (Economics, Networks and Business Analytics) de IMT Lucca (Italia)

Deadline for applications – June 30th, 2021

The IMT School for Advanced Studies (www.imtlucca.it/en) accepts applications for the 2021/22 PhD program in Economics, Networks and Business Analytics (ENBA). IMT is one of the six Schools of Excellence in Italy, and one of the highest rated graduate schools in Europe according to the most recent U-Multirank survey. We provide rigorous training and close supervision in economics, statistics and management. Traditionally,  the School welcomes an interdisciplinary approach at the boundary of Economics, Statistical Physics, and Computer and Social Sciences. 

During their doctoral studies, students are encouraged to carry out research within the broad range of expertise of the School’s Research Units. ENBA students also have the opportunity of completing their research projects under the joint supervision (double-degree) with partner universities, including KU Leuven and the University of Alicante. All students are encouraged to spend periods abroad, both within the Erasmus+ framework and through ad-hoc mobility agreements, taking advantage of strong ties with selected companies and international institutions.

IMT is a truly international environment with students from around the world. English is the official language of the School. Students are entitled to free room and board in our campus located in the heart of beautiful Tuscan city Lucca. Research scholarships amount to €15,300/year for up to four years, with a possibility of graduating after the third year.  The School has a record to place students in top research universities, policy-making institutions, and companies.  

To find out more about the School, the admission requirements, and how to apply, please visit the following link, or see this ad. The list of offered courses is available here.

Deadline for applications – June 30th, 2021, 12.00 pm CEST

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