For access and admission to official tittles, the general regulation of the University will be followed. In general terms, the student is required to be in possession of an official university degree, or equivalent, and of a University Master's Degree. Furthermore, the student must attest their knowledge in the English language with an intermediate level or B1, as well as in Spanish.
General requirements for access
-Those established in the article 6 and the Second Additional Provision of 99/2011 Royal Decree (January 28th).
Specific requirements of the Ph.D. programme
Students in possession of a University Master's Degree offered by Faculties of Economics, Business and Tourism, or similar, whether they are national titles, from countries integrated in the EHEA or from other education systems. This title must attest an equivalent level to the corresponding Spanish titles. The title issuing country must also authorise the access to the Ph.D. studies. This shall not imply, in any case, the equivalent approval of the previous title that the student has, nor its recognition for other purposes than to course the Ph.D. studies. The students who have studied master’s degrees offered by the University Institute of Sustainable Tourism and Economic Development (TIDES) and by the Faculty of Economics, Business and Tourism, both belonging to the ULPGC, are included in a special way within this specific profile.
-Titles of the same area of knowledge:
Students with a master’s degree title taught in other Faculties different from those included in the reference titles, but inside the field of Social and Legal Sciences.
-Title from another area of knowledge:
Students with a master’s degree title in another area of knowledge, in which case it must be a research master’s degree.
Students with a Spanish official degree title, which must have at least 300 credit ECTS, according to the community law rules.
Students access requirements and admission criteria. For access and admission to official tittles, the general regulation of the University will be followed. The access requirements are:
In general terms, the student must be in possession of an official degree title, or equivalent, and of a university master’s degree.
Those students in possession of a Spanish university official title, or from another country of the European Higher Education Area, that allows the access to the master’s degree according to what is established in the article 6 of the 99/2011 Royal Decree (10th February). The students must have also achieved a minimum of 300 credits ECTS during the whole official university studies, of which at least 60 credits must belong to the master’s degree.
Those students in possession of a Spanish official degree title, which must have at least 300 credit ECTS, according to the community law rules. The graduates must course compulsorily specific complementary training as established in this legislation, unless the curriculum of the corresponding Degree title includes research training credits, equivalent in educational value, to the research credits from the master’s degree studies.
Those students in possession of a title obtained in accordance with foreign education systems, without the need for its equivalent approval. The University will previously check, on the one hand, that the title attests a training level equivalent to the Spanish official master’s degree title and, on the other hand, that it authorises for the access to Ph.D. studies in the title issuing country. This admission will not imply, in any case, the equivalent approval of the student’s previous title nor its recognition for other purposes different from the Ph.D. studies.
Those students in possession of another Spanish Ph.D. title obtained according to previous university regulations.
The information about the scholarships in the Ph.D. school is available in: http://edulpgc.ulpgc.es/es/becas