The PhD program’s core is philosophical reasoning intertwined with the social, psychological, cognitive and educational sciences.
It is organized into two main subject areas:
The Philosophy curriculum is aimed at the learning of methods in historiography, text interpretation, the discussion of problems, and the development of original theoretical paradigms. It looks to promote originality, autonomy, clarity, skill in collaboration and reasoning, so as to formulate interpretative hypotheses and solutions to historical, theoretical and practical issues.
The Educational Sciences curriculum is characterised by the focus on individuating paths toward innovation and the quality of higher education. It is aimed at the fine-tuning of theoretical models and intervention methodologies for research development, with reference in particular to pedagogical skills.
Educational Science curriculum:
Given the broad and in-depth preparation, the PhD graduate will be able to employ the skills acquired within esteemed professional research and teaching environments, as well as within those regarding training, communication, education and social themes (according to the subject area of the doctorate).
Admission to Doctoral Programmes is gained through a highly selective application process, subject to international attention. Yearly the call for applications is published during the spring.
Last update: 20/02/2019