PhD in Translation and Intercultural Studies
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.
You can also do other mobility, under the Erasmus programme, both studies and internships. Check the information in the corresponding links.
To include these activities in your academic record, please check this video (click on the subtitle icon at the bottom right corner).
For this PhD programme the following training activities are scheduled.
- Attendance at seminars or lectures given by experts in the subject area
Presentations and seminars within the framework of the Ongoing Seminar on Research and PhD Studies or seminars and lectures at other centres for PhD studies. 12 hours must be certified before the second progress review.
- Giving a seminar on the research project
Presentation of the thesis project within the Ongoing Seminar on Research and PhD Studies, during the first or second year of PhD studies.
- Symposiums for young researchers
Participation in the Symposium for Young Researchers, which is held annually, or in a similar academic activity. This must be attended at least during the first or second year of PhD studies.
- Summer Schools
Participation in the PhD Studies Summer School, which is held each year at the end of June. This must be attended at least during the first or second year of PhD studies.
- Oral presentations or posters at national or international conferences
PhD students must give a conference presentation, preferably during the second or third year of PhD studies.
- Research paper sent to a high-impact scientific journal
In the final year of PhD studies students must write a paper deriving from their thesis and provide proof of having submitted this to a scientific journal or publisher.
- Research stays in public or private centres, at home or abroad
The programme facilitates PhD student mobility through collaboration agreements with other institutions that provide for research stays to be undertaken.
- Participation in internal seminars organised by the research group or the department
This activity encompasses internal seminars and meetings of the research group or department.
- Attendance at seminars or lectures given by experts in the subject area II
As well as the 12 hours' mandatory attendance at seminars and lectures, students may be credited with an additional training activity if they attend a further 10 hours of the lectures and seminars of the Ongoing Seminar on Research and PhD Studies, or those of other centres.
- Participation in workshops or courses on methodological specialisation
Activities on methodology offered by the UAB or other institutions.
- Involvement in research project preparation
Collaboration in the preparation of a research project, usually linked to one of the department's research groups.
- Training activities to improve comprehension of the field of study
Seminars and other activities on science and methodology offered by other institutions, which students usually attend during research stays.
- Professional training activities for PhD students
Courses of various types (intellectual property, statistics, project management, job-hunting, innovation in teaching, etc.) generally offered by the School for Doctoral Studies of the UAB.
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Additional information: http://pagines.uab.cat/doctorat-traduccio/