- Tuition fees
Doctoral students must register for each academic year. The registration period begins in October and finishes in September of the following year.
The structure of the doctoral programmes is not based on ECTS credits. This means that students register instead for thesis tuition, which forms the foundation of doctoral study.
In additions to thesis tuition, doctoral registration includes administrative fees and compulsory insurance.
|First academic year||Spanish master's degree||548€|
|Foreign master's degree||766€*|
|Second and successive academic year||All qualifications||548€|
* Els estudiants amb titulació estrangera han de tenir en compte que en la primera matrícula s'aplica la Taxa de trajectòria acadèmica per als titulats universitaris conforme a sistemes educatius estrangers, de 218,15 € per al curs 2016-17.
For further information on exemptions from registration fees for details of the items included in the registration fees, click on the following link.
If the Academic Committee requires the students to take a bridging course, it will be counted in ECTS credits because the subjects tend to belong to master's degrees. The enrolment fee will be calculated according to the master's degree credit fee.
- Specific assistance and grants of the programme
The grants of the doctoral programme of the Inter-University Women and Gender Studies Institute (IIEDG) are regularly published on the following website:
- General support and grants
A great variety of support is available for training of doctoral students in the form of contracts for research, mobility grants and prizes for top-quality work.
For more information, consult the website Grants and awards for doctoral studies.