Undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the University iuav of Venice:

Working in research – career opportunities


Iuav encourages and supports specific training and research initiation programmes for young scholars in the various subject areas of reference.




A PhD is a three-year postgraduate programme specifically dedicated to research. Iuav School of Doctorate Studies offers specific training and research tracks in the fields of architecture, design and urbanism.


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Research fellowships

Research grants are dedicated to graduates who intend to approach the world of research through a short-term training course (generally not exceeding 12 months) that includes their active involvement in projects and research groups.


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Research grants

Research grants have a yearly or biennial duration and are aimed at scholars holding a degree and/or a PhD with a scientific-professional curriculum suitable for the implementation of specific research programmes proposed by the University


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Research collaborations

Iuav can start coordinated and continuous collaboration contracts, occasional assignments and self-employment contracts with experts with a specific and proven university specialization.


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Public competitions for fixed-term researchers

The position of temporary researcher was established by Law no. 240 of 30 December 2010, Article 24. It concerns fixed-term subordinate employment contracts, which the university can stipulate in order to carry out research, teaching, supplementary teaching and student service activities.


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Marie Skłodowska-Curie fellowships

The Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions are part of the Excellent Science pillar of the Horizon 2020 programme and support projects for training and mobility of researchers. Iuav is open to support researchers who wish to choose the university as their host institution.


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ERC grants

The European Research Council grants support individual researchers of all ages and nationalities who wish to carry out a frontier research project on a topic they themselves propose. Cross-disciplinary proposals are encouraged, as well as pioneering ideas that address new and emerging sectors and applications that introduce unconventional and innovative approaches. The only ERC assessment criterion is scientific excellence.

Iuav is available to support researchers at all levels who wish to choose the university as their host institution.


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