The PhD programme in Human Rights: Ethical, Social and Political Challenges of the Faculty of Social and Human Sciences at the University of Deusto (UD), is a multidisciplinary programme that aims to provide a framework for advanced and cross-cutting research in the field of Human Rights. The PhD programmeaimsto:
On the challenges in the field of human rights from an interdisciplinary perspective
Provide services to our environment and/or to students’ home environment based on high research skills
on European experiences and perspectives based both on their own internal transformations and their implications in other regions worldwide.
The generated knowledge through networks and publications, thus establishing the necessary links to help direct political action and promote social and humanitarian development.
Human Rights: Ethical, Social and Political Challenges
Open in April
The PhD programmes feature a range of both cross-cutting and specific research training activities for each programme. These activities focus on excellence in training new researchers and the effective development of research competences.
Research training activities include: courses, meetings, seminars, attendance to congresses, publication of articles and mobility stays.
The aim is to create a space for intellectual encounters where researchers can develop their training in an appropriate context.
Furthermore, these activities are scheduled to ensure that students gain international experience through:
These activities are held throughout the training period.
You will participate in an industrial research or experimental developmentproject
A minimum stay of 90 days outside Spain will be required
Possibility of gaining a double degree from the University of Deusto and a foreign university