Application Period for the 2nd. Semester:
Start: November 15, 2021
End: January 25, 2022.
3/5 years (Full-time/Part-time study)
Alberto Aguilera 23, Madrid
91 542 28 00 - ext. 2429
Doctorate Program in International Migrations and Cooperation for Development, taught at the University Institute of Studies on Migrations.
The reseach plan has two parts: The planning of activities (training is taught in Spanish), and the doctoral thesis project (can be in English).
Candidates must hold a university degree and have completed 300 ECTS (European Credit Transfer) of which at least 60 ECTS must have university master level.
Royal Decree 99/2011, of January 28, which regulates official doctorate programs.
Submission of applications:
Submit the application form and the rest of the documentation in person or by certified mail to the University's Degree Certificates and Transcripts Service at C/ Alberto Aguilera 23 - 28015 Madrid.
Candidates will be called to attend a personal interview with the program's Academic Commission
Annual registration (for all students, from admission to defense of the thesis)
Full-time students (3 years) € 2560 per year, in two installments, € 1280 each semester.
Part-time students (5 years) € 2210 per year, in two installments, € 1105 each semester.
Training complements (for those who may need them, the maximum number being 22 ECTS): € 139.75 / per ECTS credit.
In case availability of grant, the grant application must be submitted along with all admission documents to the program secretary.
Program Coordinator: Mercedes Fernández García
University Institute of Studies on Migrations
C/ Alberto Aguilera, 23
28015 Madrid Spain
Tel. 91 542 28 00 Ext.4215
The following guide shows the detailed steps that students must follow to register the activities that they carry out during their Doctoral studies: Guide to Managing Doctoral Activities for the Student.
The educational training activities are the following: