Students Cohorts

Students Cohorts

A cohort is a group of first-time enrolled Ph.D. students that is formed every academic year (2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, etc.). Each cohort is tracked over three years. Students will remain in the same cohort for as long as they are registered on the same Ph.D. programme, regardless of interruptions of study. The progressive number of cohorts is provided by the Italian law and is equal for all Ph.D. programmes in Italy (e.g. the cohort commencing in the A.Y. 2014/15 is the 30th cohort).
Next to the name of each student, the University that issues his/her scholarship is shown in brackets.

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