DOCTORADO EN CRISTALOGRAFÍA Y CRISTALIZACIÓN
RAMA: CIENCIAS EXPERIMENTALES
The Ph.D. programme is organised in two stages:
Training stage: Master?s in Crystallography and Crystallisation (UIMP-CSIC) composed of 60 ECTS credits (from October to July).
Research stage: To conduct original research that results in a Ph.D. Thesis.
The Academic Program Committee, advised by an appropriate expert, will assign each graduate student a Ph.D. research supervisor. The Ph.D. supervisor thus appointed will have ample experience in the research area of the thesis.
Ph.D. programme admissions requirements:
In order to be admitted to the Ph.D. programme, one must have successfully passed the Master?s in Crystallography and Crystallisation (UIMP-CSIC) or any other equivalent Master?s
Other students outside the European Higher Education Area can also access the Ph.D. programme provided that they can demonstrate similar qualifications from their country of origin.
Award of the Ph.D. Degree:
Awarding of the Ph.D. degree will follow after the successful public presentation of a Ph.D. Thesis before a Committee of experts.
Admission and Registration for the Ph.D.:
The first step to be admitted to the Ph.D. programme is to apply to the POP director, who will then assign a Thesis supervisor. Once the thesis supervisor and the POP Director have given their approval, the student can apply to the Ph.D. Commission of the UIMP, which will decide on the application.
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