PhDs are post-graduate university courses that offer specialized training aimed at carrying out high-level research activities. The training course involves the development of a research project that ends in a thesis written with a scientific method and with original contents.
The PhD program lasts 3/4 years and requires compulsory attendance. The title of Doctor of Research is obtained by passing a final exam, which consists in the discussion of a thesis, and gives access to the world of scientific research mainly in academies, but also in research centers.
The Defens doctoral courses
The Department of Food, Nutrition and Environment Sciences manages the following PhD Schools: