What is a PhD?
PhD Programme in Innovation and educational intervention
Full-time: 3 years (possibility of extending in 1 year).
Part-time: 5 years (possibility of extending in 2 years).
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What is a PHD?
The objective of the doctorate is that the student should develop a research project that leads to the completion of a doctoral thesis. The thesis may have a co-supervisor from another institution.
The programme provides all doctoral students with the services and infrastructure that they need to carry out their research.
The candidate should register on the doctoral programme annually. The programme will nominate a supervisor or supervisors for the doctoral student within three months.
Also, with the help of the tutor and supervisor, the Personalised Activities Document (DAP) shall be compiled, which covers all the activities that the doctoral student develops in each academic year, justified in writing. null
To safeguard your thesis, you must take into account the doctoral programme regulations.
Once the thesis is complete, and after due process, the student will justify the thesis before the tribunal appointed and in agreement with the rules of this programme.
- The programme offers a total of 14 places per year.
Academic Committee of the Doctoral Programme (CAPD)
- Coordinator: Iñaki Larrea
- Members: Karmele Perez, Ainara Imaz and Nagore Ipiña.
- Any questions relating to this programme can be forwarded to the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org