PhD in Philosophy
The PhD programmes include research training that is both transferrable and specific to the area of each programme and consists of both compulsory and optional activities.
All the activities that the PhD student must complete are recorded in an activities document, but in any case there are compulsory activities that must be completed in the first academic years. It may also include transferrable activities offered by the same university.
Other professional who are not PhD holders may participate in these activities as long as they hold a relevant qualification in the corresponding area.
Attendance at seminars or conferences given by experts in the area of knowledge
At least once each academic year. Organised either within or outside the Department of Philosophy to open up the research and establish new significant and specialised contacts.
Production of a research article sent to a high impact scientific journal
Highlight activity to contribute to the establishment of true research capacity by the PhD student, to observe criteria for quality and selection of the most appropriate publications, to evaluate the degree of difficulty in gaining access to maximum level international discussion and to establish formal, valid strategies for contributing to that discussion.
Giving a seminar on the research project
Organisation of departmental seminars with other PhD students to present the progress and results of the research being undertaken in which the lines of research of the current research projects are discussed.
Participation in collaboration meetings among research groups
Active participation in working meetings and collaboration both within the research group to which the investigation has been assigned and other related groups.
Participation in internal research group seminar
Presentation of the doctoral research within the research group to which the investigation has been assigned.
Participation in symposia of young researchers
Presentation of papers in national and international congresses on contemporary philosophy. At least one presentation is required per academic year.
Presentation of a paper or poster at a national or international congress
Participation in specialised congresses that enable the results and progress of the research to be tested in an international forum, ensuring a diverse response that allows methodological and thematic approaches to other research contexts and traditions and promotes the use of other languages.
Presentation of a paper in a department scientific journal
Presentation of a paper in journals regularly organised by the Department of Philosophy.
Collaboration in teaching tasks (grant holders)
Teaching of related subjects.
Attendance at doctoral working groups
Participation in doctoral working groups at least once during the year of great social and teaching value
Research periods in public or private national or foreign centres
This activity is optional only for students who do not hold a training grant.
Language courses or courses for improving teaching in English
This activity is optional only for students to do not want to dedicate their career to international research.
Teaching innovation course or activity
Activity recommended for students with teaching hours in the Department of Philosophy. It consists of courses or workshops for teaching innovation offered by the IDES (Unit for Teaching Innovation in Higher Education).
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