The final selection will be done by internal Selection Committees, through interviews of the best 3 candidates for each position. The interviews will be performed either online (via Skype) or in person. At the interviews, the Commission will evaluate the candidates based on the following criteria:
- Academic profile: Weight - 30%
- Professional profile: Weight - 30%
- Personal profile: Weight - 30%
- Knowledge about the PhD position and the university environment: Weight - 10%
The scoring in the interview will be given on a scale from 1 to 5, with 0.1 increments and the minimum threshold is 3.
The final scoring for each candidate will be given by:
- The evaluation report from the Evaluation Committees: Weight - 50%
- The individual scoring of the interviews: Weight - 50%
Position reserved for researchers with disabilities
- After the evaluation process the first highest ranked candidates from each different research project will be identified.
- An appointed Final Selection Committee will select the highest ranked one, among all of them, as the winner of the PhD position and the project that the candidate chose will be financed.
- In case of a tie (for different research projects, the candidates have the same evaluation score), the Final Selection Committee will be in charge of resolving the tie. In this case, if appropriately considered, the Final Selection Committee can invite the candidate to an additional interview.
|This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 713679 and No. 945413|