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Human Rights: Ethical, Social and Political Challenges

Recommended admission profile

Detailed description of the recommended admission profile

Once compliance with the PhD programme admission requirements has been proven and considering the interdisciplinary nature of the programme, the recommended admission profile is as follows:

Background

  • Previous training in areas of knowledge related to Social Sciences, Legal Sciences and Humanities
  • Applicants holding the Diploma in Advanced Studies (DEA) in compliance with Royal Decree 778/98 or having reached the Research Aptitude Certificate as specified in Roya Decree 185/85, having completed it in PhD programmes related to the areas of knowledge of the programme
  • Knowledge of English level C1
  • Suitability to the lines of research of the PhD programme
  • Availability to develop the activities envisaged in the programme and, in particular, stays at other universities and research centres

Other merits which will be positively valued

  • Having obtained a grant from national or international organisations based on the candidate's CV
  • Continuing education courses related to this specialist area of knowledge
  • Work or volunteering experience in this field
  • Research experience in the field of knowledge (participation in research projects, publications, etc.) prior to entering the PhD programme
  • Stays abroad
  • Proven knowledge in other thematic areas related to the research area

Criteria for assessment and weighting of the accredited merits

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 Item Indicator Weighting Source
 Qualification academic record grade Average grade/coincidence with the program area  15% + 10% Academic record
Qualification academic record grade master's degree Average grade/coincidence with the program area  15% + 20% Academic record
 Research experience  Publications and projects         5%  Curriculum Vitae
 Matching of research interests with the lines of the programme Assessment by the Academic Committee        15% Work proposal. Assessment of the principal investigator of a team
Other merits
- Continuing Education
- Professional or volunteer experience
- Stays abroad

     

          5%

 

Curriculum Vitae

  Other merits

 

- Professional Objectives
- Expectations about the program
- Attitude and personal maturity
- Planned Dedication to the Program

 

 

 

             5%

 

Letter of motivation and personal interview

To have a research grant Concession / Duration and amount            10% Grant Document.

 

 

Recommended admission profile

Detailed description of the recommended admission profile

Once compliance with the PhD programme admission requirements has been proven and considering the interdisciplinary nature of the programme, the recommended admission profile is as follows:

Background

  • Previous training in areas of knowledge related to Social Sciences, Legal Sciences and Humanities
  • Applicants holding the Diploma in Advanced Studies (DEA) in compliance with Royal Decree 778/98 or having reached the Research Aptitude Certificate as specified in Roya Decree 185/85, having completed it in PhD programmes related to the areas of knowledge of the programme
  • Knowledge of English level C1
  • Suitability to the lines of research of the PhD programme
  • Availability to develop the activities envisaged in the programme and, in particular, stays at other universities and research centres

Other merits which will be positively valued

  • Having obtained a grant from national or international organisations based on the candidate's CV
  • Continuing education courses related to this specialist area of knowledge
  • Work or volunteering experience in this field
  • Research experience in the field of knowledge (participation in research projects, publications, etc.) prior to entering the PhD programme
  • Stays abroad
  • Proven knowledge in other thematic areas related to the research area

Criteria for assessment and weighting of the accredited merits

tabla
 Item Indicator Weighting Source
 Qualification academic record grade Average grade/coincidence with the program area  15% + 10% Academic record
Qualification academic record grade master's degree Average grade/coincidence with the program area  15% + 20% Academic record
 Research experience  Publications and projects         5%  Curriculum Vitae
 Matching of research interests with the lines of the programme Assessment by the Academic Committee        15% Work proposal. Assessment of the principal investigator of a team
Other merits
- Continuing Education
- Professional or volunteer experience
- Stays abroad

     

          5%

 

Curriculum Vitae

  Other merits

 

- Professional Objectives
- Expectations about the program
- Attitude and personal maturity
- Planned Dedication to the Program

 

 

 

             5%

 

Letter of motivation and personal interview

To have a research grant Concession / Duration and amount            10% Grant Document.