Category: Calls
State: Archived
Deadline 30 November 2021

REDI PhD training program

Politecnico di Torino is proud to be part of the new global PhD training program, REDI.

Offering excellent conditions, including top-class research discipline and transversal skills training, as well as networking with academic and industry leaders from 60+ supporting partners, REDI researchers will be able to reap the rewards of a PhD training program which includes global connections, international experience and exclusive research opportunities, some directly hosted by industry leaders, an attractive salary package and up to four years to complete their research.

The multidisciplinary program gives researchers the choice from more than 120 industry-supported projects, and the chance to set themselves apart from the rest and address real-world challenges across a wide range of disciplines, including architecture, aeronautics and medicine.

REDI’s early-stage researchers from around the globe will be working with us, and other leading European research and academic institutions and spend a once-in-a-lifetime year at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia (ranked in the top 20 universities under 50 years old in the world) as well as many other benefits:

  • The chance to gain alumni status from multiple institutions, including the Marie Curie Alumni Association and most will be awarded dual doctorates
  • Annual training and networking conferences in Barcelona, Spain
  • Full time, fixed contracts (36 months, extendable up to 48 months).
  • Attractive salaries above national standards with full social security benefits
Applications for the REDI (RMIT European Doctoral Innovators) program are now open and a second round will open in early 2022.

Visit REDMI program website for full information and follow the program on social media for updates.