What research training activities are included in PhD programmes?
The PhD programmes feature cross-cutting research training activities as well as specific activities for each degree. They focus on excellence in training new researchers and optimum development of research competences.
What type of activities are considered research training?
The following are considered research training: courses, meetings, seminars, attendance to congresses, publication of articles and mobility stays.
What is the purpose of these activities?
These activities are held to prompt intellectual encounters where researchers can improve their training in a context of excellence, creativity, interdisciplinary perspective and teamwork.
Furthermore, these activities are programmed to ensure that students gain international experience through:
- Stays at foreign universities or research centres
- Elaboration of theses with international mention
- Participation in international congresses
- Talks, etc. by visiting lecturers at the activities
When are these activities completed?
These activities are held throughout the training period.