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UniSR PhD Courses: a unique opportunity of research in various fields

18 October 2017


The Vita-Salute San Raffaele University is characterized by a close integration of teaching and research into its various main expressions: basic, philosophical, social research. Our University is now part of the San Donato Hospital Group, which in the past years has been administrating the San Raffaele Hospital, pride of the Italian Healthcare system.

The Vita-Salute San Raffaele PhD Courses offer unique opportunity of research in various fields; they are designed to provide students with the ability to take on new and original research developing both technical capabilities and intellectual approach.
The PhD title will provide a professional preparation suited to both the academic career and other research careers.
In the national ranking of the best Italian Universities referred to the Higher Education University, drawn up based on the ANVUR evaluation (Nazional Agency for the evalutazione of the University and Research System), the Vita-Salute San Raffaele University was ranked overall in 2nd (2.2) after the ROMA LUISS (2.6). The tables with the partial scores on the indicators considered by ANVUR are available by selecting ALTA FORMAZIONE at the following link: ilsole24ore.com.
Learn more about our PhD Courses:

International PhD Course in Molecular Medicine

PhD Course in Philosophy

PhD program in Cognitive Neuroscience

PhD Joint Course IUSS-UniSR

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