The extraordinary application period for UGR doctoral programmes will run from 8 to 28 January 2020. The University of Granada currently offers 28 cutting-edge programmes through its Doctoral Schools in Humanities, Social Sciences and Law (EDHCSJ); Science, Technology and Engineering (EDCTI); and Health Sciences (EDCS).
Why study for a doctorate at the UGR?
The 2019 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) currently places the UGR as the fourth-highest ranked higher education institution in Spain, with 3 subjects among the global top 50 and 35 subjects in total featuring in this prestigious ranking system. The UGR is internationally renowned for its excellence in diverse research fields, such as ICT (world top 50), health sciences, mathematics, food science, computer science, cultural heritage, psychology, and linguistics, among others. Our 500+ research groups work in all areas of scientific knowledge, collaborating closely with other national and international leaders, as well as key industries.
The UGR is the most popular global destination among European exchange students (Erasmus+) and the European leader in figures of both incoming and outgoing Erasmus students. Over 30% of those enrolled on our doctoral programmes are international students.
You will have the opportunity to participate in an extensive range of mobility programmes, thanks to the exchange agreements we maintain with higher education institutions in over 100 countries. By completing a research period abroad, you can also obtain an “International Doctorate” Mention that features both higher education institutions, further enhancing the value of your qualification.
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