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PhD Programmes: General Regulations

Competences

PhD studies ensure that doctoral students acquire the following basic competences:

  1. Solid in-depth knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of scientific methodology in one or more research fields
  2. The capacity to conceive, design, create, implement and adopt a substantial research process.
  3. The capacity to contribute to broadening the frontiers of knowledge through original significant research, which is recognised as such by the international scientific community.
  4. The capacity to carry out critical analysis and assessment of imprecise situations in which the PhD student’s contributions, knowledge and working method are applied to synthesise new complex ideas that lead to deeper knowledge of the research area.
  5. The capacity to take part in scientific debate and communicate findings in the research area under study to the scientific community and society in general, using the forms and language commonly used in the international scientific community.
  6. The capacity to foster scientific, technological, social, artistic or cultural progress in academic and professional contexts within a knowledge-based society.

The PhD degree should provide a high level of professional training in different scopes, particularly those that call for creativity and innovation. PhD graduates will have acquired at least the following personal abilities and skills to: 

  1. Function effectively in contexts with little specific information.
  2. Find the key questions that must be addressed to solve a complex problem.
  3. Design, create, develop and undertake new innovative projects in his/her field of knowledge.
  4. Work on a team or independently in an international or multidisciplinary context.
  5. Integrate knowledge, address complex issues and formulate judgments based on limited information.
  6. Critical and intellectual defence of solutions.
  7. Apply ethical standards and criteria in research, upholding scientific integrity, respect for the dignity of persons and the search for the benefit of society, particularly the disadvantaged. 

PhD Programmes: General Regulations

Competences

PhD studies ensure that doctoral students acquire the following basic competences:

  1. Solid in-depth knowledge of the theoretical and practical aspects of scientific methodology in one or more research fields
  2. The capacity to conceive, design, create, implement and adopt a substantial research process.
  3. The capacity to contribute to broadening the frontiers of knowledge through original significant research, which is recognised as such by the international scientific community.
  4. The capacity to carry out critical analysis and assessment of imprecise situations in which the PhD student’s contributions, knowledge and working method are applied to synthesise new complex ideas that lead to deeper knowledge of the research area.
  5. The capacity to take part in scientific debate and communicate findings in the research area under study to the scientific community and society in general, using the forms and language commonly used in the international scientific community.
  6. The capacity to foster scientific, technological, social, artistic or cultural progress in academic and professional contexts within a knowledge-based society.

The PhD degree should provide a high level of professional training in different scopes, particularly those that call for creativity and innovation. PhD graduates will have acquired at least the following personal abilities and skills to: 

  1. Function effectively in contexts with little specific information.
  2. Find the key questions that must be addressed to solve a complex problem.
  3. Design, create, develop and undertake new innovative projects in his/her field of knowledge.
  4. Work on a team or independently in an international or multidisciplinary context.
  5. Integrate knowledge, address complex issues and formulate judgments based on limited information.
  6. Critical and intellectual defence of solutions.
  7. Apply ethical standards and criteria in research, upholding scientific integrity, respect for the dignity of persons and the search for the benefit of society, particularly the disadvantaged.