TechPeaks 2014 - apply WITH an idea

TechPeaks 2014 - apply WITH an idea

TechPeaks #2 for teams and individuals applying WITH an idea ("Alpinists")
Dec 14 '13
Reading through the English version of the terms and conditions, it says that non EU citizens have to have a degree allowing for doctoral courses, which in the US is a Master's degree. I understand that makes visas easier, but is this actually a requirement or just a preference? Reading through the English version of the terms and conditions, it says that non EU citizens have to have a degree allowing for doctoral courses, which in the US is a Master's degree. I understand that makes visas easier, but is this actually a requirement or just a preference?
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Evan Nisselson
Evan Nisselson January 17 2014
There is still plenty of time - 4 days is a lifetime. What questions do you have?
Srikant Jakilinki
Srikant Jakilinki January 20 2014
Thanks for the FAQ. It is clear that non-EU applicants should have a degree that allows them to pursue PhD program in an Italian university. In most cases, this usually means a Masters degree but in exceptional circumstances, it could be a Bachelors especially if one is from a top-tier university and there is precedence. Having a Masters (or currently pursuing one) and/or an acceptance letter to PhD programme (or currently pursuing one) is a safe bet IMHO