To be admitted to a doctoral program’s learning period, students must meet the admission requirements for the specific university master’s degree course or course that this period involves.
To be admitted to the research period, students must meet the general requirements established in the corresponding academic regulations and the specific admission requirements for the particular doctoral studies that they wish to take.
The doctoral studies committee is responsible for all admission decisions. In this process, students are assigned a line of research, a thesis supervisor and, when necessary, a tutor.
If a student holds a qualification issued by a higher education institution outside the European Higher Education Area, the admission decision shall be made by the rector or his delegate.
Once students have looked at the doctoral program offerings, a coordinator shall provide information about course contents, admission requirements and admission procedures.