See the entrance requirements for pre-enrolling for one of our doctoral programmes here.
See the general admission criteria for one of our doctoral programmes here.
Specific admission criteria of the doctoral programme
No specific requirements.
Merits and assessment criteria
If the number of applications exceeds the maximum number of places available, the Academic Committee will avaluate each application in accordance to the following criteria:
1. The academic transcript of the student's undergraduate and postgraduate degrees that enable their admission to the doctorate, in accordance with the regulations governing grading and assessment of academic transcripts (75%).
2. Recommendations or academic endorsements (two letters; 5%).
3. Research experience, including articles, research studies, and participations at conferences (20%).
In the case of students whose master's qualifications are not connected with social work, social services, social policy or social or educational intervention, the academic committee of the interuniversity doctoral degree will stipulate which bridging courses are to be followed. These bridging courses will either be subjects offered by the URV and the other participating universities or specific seminars that are offered to provide candidates with the training they need.
- Enrolment (online enrolment)
See how to enrol here.