Escuela Internacional de Doctorado

 

Coordination

D. Sancho Bañón Arias

Faculty of Veterinary Sciencies

sanchoba@um.es

Telf.: +34 868 88 8265

Fax: +34 868 88 4147

 

General Information

Presentation

The official doctoral programme in Food Technology, Nutrition and Bromatology of the University of Murcia aims to train highly qualified professionals for research, development and innovation in the agri-food sector.

In 2004, the programme received the Mention of Excellence granted by the Spanish Ministry of Education and Culture. The programme has since provided institutions, companies and organizations devoted to R & D in the agro-food sector with qualified researchers. This new doctoral programme is one of the tools of the Campus of International Excellence Mare Nostrum and counts therefore on researchers from the Center for Edaphology and Applied Biology of Segura "CEBAS" and the Institute of Agriculture and Food Research and Development "IMIDA" while it is supported by a wide and dynamic portfolio of R & D projects and contracts. It has two research lines/teams, Food Technology and Nutrition and Bromatology, consisting of 20 and 13 lecturers, respectively. The programme scientific output in the last 5 years includes 393 articles published in JCR journals, 50 doctoral theses and 8 licensed patents.

The programme addresses graduates who have completed an official master's degree in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety or similar, as well as Veterinary or Pharmacy (300 ECTS) degrees. The curriculum offers transversal (243h.) and specific (830h.) training activities related to the doctoral thesis, among which students will take a minimum of 32 and 400 hours respectively along 3 academic years or longer in the case of part-time students. The Academic Committee will monitor each doctoral student, tutor and director individually, in order to guarantee a correct development of the doctoral thesis.

Programme Guidelines

  • Research teams and lines
  • Training activities
  • Training complements
  • Access profile and admission criteria
  • Academic Committee
  • Quality Assurance
  • Grants and scholarships

 

 

Research teams and lines

Research team No. 1. Food Technology

Research team No. 2. Nutrition and Bromatology

 

Research team No. 1. Food Technology

Description of the line. The line of research in Food Technology aims to produce and distribute safer, more acceptable and healthier products with a longer commercial life, addressing aspects such as raw materials, processing and distribution lines, processing and preservation techniques, methods of control and analysis or security and quality management systems.

Teachers-Researchers:

PhD. Allende Prieto, Ana

Position: Permanent Scientist. Center/Institution: CEBAS-Centro de Edafología y Biología Aplicada del Segura (Centre of Edaphology and Applied Biology of the Segura)

 

PhD. Bañón Arias, Sancho

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Fenoll Serrano, José

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA-Instituto Murciano de Investigación y Desarrollo Agrario y Alimentario (Murcia Institute for Agricultural and Food Research and Development).

 

PhD. Ferrandini Banchero, Eduardo

Position: Profesor Contratado Doctor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Flores Fernández-Villamil, Mª Pilar

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. García Viguera, Cristina

Position: Research Lecturer. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Garrido Fernández, Mª Dolores

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Gil Muñoz, María Isabel

Position: Research lecturer. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Gil Muñoz, Rocío

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. Gómez Plaza, Encarnación

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Hellín García, Mª Pilar

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. Hernández Llorente, María Dolores

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. Jordán Bueso, María José

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. Linares Padierna, Mª Belén

Position: PhD. Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. López Morales, Belén

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. López Roca, José Mª

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Marín Iniesta, Fulgencio

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Martínez Conesa, Cristina

Position: Contracted researcher. Center/Institution: IMIDA

 

PhD. Moreno Fernández, Diego Ángel

Position: Permanent Scientist. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Ros García, José María

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Bautista Ortín, Ana Belén

Position: PhD. Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

Research Team/Line No. 2. Nutrition and Bromatology

Description of the line. The research line Nutrition and Bromatology aims at the study of food quality and food safety, ensuring that food is safe and harmless. The programme also develops research on food nutritional quality, bioavailability of micronutrients and bioactive compounds. It also assesses the food components functionality through the application of in vitro methods in vivo, in order to know their nutritional status as well as their potential beneficial effects.

Teachers-Researchers:

PhD. Espín de Gea, Juan Carlos

Position: Research lecturer. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Frontela Saseta, Mª Carmen

Position: PhD Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. García Alonso, Francisco Javier

Position: PhD. Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. García Conesa, María-Teresa

Position: Permanent Scientist. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Gil Izquierdo, Angel

Position: Permanent Scientist. Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Mariscal Arcas, Miguel

Position: PhD. Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Martínez Gracia, Carmen

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Martínez Tomé, Magdalena

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Motas Guzmán, Miguel

Position: University lecturer. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Murcia Tomás, Mª Antonia

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Periago Castón, MªJesús

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Ros Berruezo, Gaspar

Position: Professor. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Santaella Pascual, Marina

Position: Contracted PhD. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

PhD. Tomás-Barberán, Francisco

Position: Research lecturer.Center/Institution: CEBAS

 

PhD. Jiménez Monreal, Antonia María

Position: PhD. Assistant. Center/Institution: University of Murcia

 

Training activities

 

Overall Criteria

Doctoral students must complete at least a 32 hours cross-curricular training organised by EIDUM and all compulsory specific training activities planned by the doctoral programme. Our doctoral students can carry out the planned training activities along the second or third academic year.

ACTIVITIES OF THE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL OF DOCTORAL STUDIES. UNIVERSITY OF MURCIA.

- LABORATORY SAFETY FOR DOCTORANDOS

Type: Optional

- ETHICS AND INTEGRITY IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH. CODES OF GOOD SCIENTIFIC PRACTICES

Type: Optional

- DESIGN OF EXPERIMENTS AND FOUNDATIONS OF DATA ANALYSIS

Type: Optional

- ELECTRONIC RESOURCES. BIBLIOGRAPHIC MANAGERS

Type: Optional

- RESEARCH METHODOLOGY: HEALTH SCIENCES

Type: Optional

- SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION: WRITING AND PUBLICATION OF SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES. PUBLIC PRESENTATION OF SCIENTIFIC RESULTS

Type: Optional

-LANGUAGES FOR SCIENTIFIC COMMUNICATION: ENGLISH APPLIED TO HEALTH SCIENCES

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 50

-DISCLOSURE OF SCIENCE

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 10

-EVALUATION OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 10

-ELABORATION AND FOLLOW-UP OF RESEARCH PROJECTS

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 12

-TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE AND INNOVATION

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 10

-DOCTORAL SESSIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MURCIA (CAMPUS MARE NOSTRUM)

Type: Optional

Number of Hours: 25

 

SPECIFIC ACTIVITIES OF THE PROGRAMME

 

- LECTURES TAUGHT BY EXPERTS

Type: Optional

 

- "STATE OF THE ART" OF THE THESIS TOPIC OF RESEARCH.

Type: Mandatory

 

- RESEARCH WORKSHOP

Type: Mandatory

 

- PRESENTATION OF PAPERS IN SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCES

Type: Mandatory

 

- SCIENTIFIC ARTICLES IN INDEXED SCIENTIFIC JOURNALS

Type: Mandatory

 

- MOBILITY

Type: Optional

 

 

Complementary Training

In accordance with Article 7.2 of Royal Decree 99/2011, students holding an official Spanish Bachelor’s degree in Veterinary or Pharmacy with at least 300 ECTS and did not previously follow official master's studies, will be able to access the doctoral programme in Food Technology, Nutrition and Bromatology if the engage to complete training courses consisting of subjects of the Master's Degree in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety at the University of Murcia.

Training Complements (ECTS) to be taken by graduates in Veterinary and Pharmacy.

Compulsory subjects

    -Information Sources and drafting of scientific papers (3 ECTS)

    -Experimental Design (3 ECTS)

Optative subjects

    -Quality management in the food industry (3 ECTS)

    -Structure and organization of the food business (3 ECTS)

    -Advanced Food Analysis Techniques (6 ECTS)

    -Risk assessment in the food industry (3 ECTS)

    -Equipment and food technologies (3 ECTS)

    - New products design and manufacture (3 ECTS)

    -Progress in food, nutrition and health (3 ECTS)

    -Bioactive compounds and functional food (3 ECTS)

Teachers in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety at the University of Murcia or another center approved by the programme are exempt from taking training supplements.

Veterinary graduates who attended several specific subjects in the areas of knowledge in Food Technology, Nutrition and Bromatology, besides the stages and the final research work required to graduate, have access to the doctoral programme but must take two compulsory subjects on the basis of research (6 ECTS), plus 6 ECTS optional subjects. Total: 12 ECTS.

Graduates in Pharmacy who attended specific subjects in the fields of Food Technology, Nutrition and Bromatology, besides stages and the final research work required to graduate, have access to the doctoral programme but must commit themselves to take two compulsory subjects (6 ECTS) on the basis of research, plus 15 ECTS in subjects to be chosen by them. Total: 21 ECTS.

The training complements will be taken during the first academic year of the doctoral programme in the dates established by the Master’s programme in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety of the University of Murcia.

 

 

Access Profile and Admission Criteria

Access requirements

Article 7 of Rector's Resolution 42/2012, dated February 6, ordering the publication of the Doctorate Regulation of the University of Murcia, establishes the requirements to access a doctoral programme:

1. In accordance with article 6 of Royal Decree 99/2011, of January 28, in order to access an official doctoral programme, the student will be required to be in possession of the official Spanish Bacherlor’s and Master’s degrees, or equivalent.

2. In addition, students who are in any of the following cases may also access:

a. Have an official Spanish university degree, or of another country belonging to the European Higher Education Area, giving access to a Master’s programme and have obtained a minimum of 300 ECTS in official university studies, of which at least 60 ECTS must be at Master's level.

b. Have an official Spanish Graduate Degree consisting of at least 300 ECTS, as established by the EU law. These graduates must compulsorily complete the training supplements referred to in article 7.2 of Royal Decree 99/2011, of January 28, unless the syllabus of the corresponding degree includes credits in research training that are equivalent in training value to research credits in master's programmes.

c. University graduates who, after obtaining a training place in the corresponding test to access specialised health training, have successfully passed at least a two years training in a programme to obtain the official title of one of the specialties in Health Sciences.

d. Have a diploma obtained in accordance with foreign educational systems –no need to have it officially recognised, after the General Doctorate Committee has verified that this certificate accredits a training level equivalent to that of the official Spanish Master's degree and giving access to doctoral studies in the country where it was issued. This admission does not imply, in any case, the official recognition of student’s previous degrees, nor its recognition for purposes others than accessing doctoral education.

e. To be in the possession of other Spanish title of doctor obtained according to previous university regulations and related to the areas of Health Sciences, Experimental Sciences and Engineering.

Admission profile

In order to access the Doctoral Programme, it will be necessary: to have the official Master's Degree in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety of the University of Murcia, or another one at the same level and with similar contents, issued by an institution in the European Higher Education Area; or to be in possession of an equivalent title recognized by the authorised body at the University of Murcia. In any case, the Academic Committee will be responsible for assessing, in terms of contents, the suitability of the Master’s studies with which the student wishes to access doctoral studies.

The access profile is that of a person who has a professional interest in agri-food research.

Recommended access profiles

First. Students who have a Master's degree in Nutrition, Technology and Food Safety of the University of Murcia or another master’s degree at the same level and with similar contents issued by an institution of the European Higher Education Area or, if applicable, students who are in possession of an equivalent degree recognized by the authorised body at the University of Murcia.

The specific master’s programme skills required are as follows:

  1. Ability to design and develop plans of quality and environment management in food companies according to the different international models.
  2. Ability to execute internal quality and environmental audits in food companies.
  3. Knowledge of the organization and management of food companies.
  4. Knowledge of law updatings on food.
  5. Ability to identify a significant issue or hypothesis on a topic or problem and formulate the objectives, design and follow-up of a project to address its solution.
  6. Ability to manage statistical programmes for data analysis and to discuss and draw consistent conclusions from the results obtained.
  7. To be able to write a scientific communication related to the research work in English.
  8. Ability to use and validate food analysis techniques.
  9. Ability to apply advanced analysis of food and ingredients to quality control at any stage of production, storage or distribution.
  10. Ability to correctly acquire, process and express the results of a food analysis according to food specifications and standards.
  11. Up-dated knowledge on data of international and national management organisms of food security, as well as the functions and strategies in cases of alerts or food crises.
  12. Ability to deeply analyze threats and evaluate the microbiological, chemical, physical, technological, and nutritional risks that may influence food safety.
  13. To be able to apply different models of predictive microbiology in the evaluation of risks linked to specific food and processes.
  14. Knowledge of new ingredients with capacity to increase the commercial life and the safety of food products.
  15. Ability to choose the most suitable technologies to apply in the elaboration of a given product.
  16. To be able to design a new food product by integrating technological, food safety, nutritional and sensorial aspects, taking into account the criteria established by the legislation.
  17. Ability to select the packaging and the most suitable packaging technology depending on the features of each product and its shelf life.
  18. Advanced knowledge of emerging technologies in the field of Food Technology and its application to food industry.
  19. Ability to use ICTs in diet evaluation and nutritional design.
  20. Ability to accurately interpret results of epidemiological studies and to apply them to the improvement of well-being and health.
  21. Ability to quantify and check with advanced methods the biological activity of a compound added to or naturally present in food.
  22. Ability to estimate the bioaccessibility of a micro-nutrient by demonstrating the skills acquired in laboratories and the skills related to data management.
  23. Show good oral and written communication skills in order to present, in an effective, clear and concise manner, the results of master's degree projects.

Second. Degree in veterinary science with 300 ECTS.

Graduates in Veterinary Science must have enough knowledge and skills in the field of hygiene and technology for obtaining, manufacturing and putting into circulation animal or animal food for human consumption, together with enough knowledge of legal and administrative provisions related to the abovementioned matters. The language is Spanish, although it is recommended to have at least a basic knowledge of spoken and written English.

Third. Degree in pharmacy with 300 ECTS.

Graduates in pharmacy must have enough knowledge and skills to develop hygienic-sanitary analyzes, especially in relation to food, to participate in health promotion and disease prevention activities, at the individual, family and community level; and to assess the toxicological effects of substances in food and to design and apply the relevant tests and analyzes. The language is Spanish, although it is recommended to have basic knowledge of spoken and written English.

Admission Criteria

The selection process to access a doctoral programme will be carried out by the Academic Committee of the Doctoral Programme. The Academic Committee will use the criteria established in the verification report, which should take into account, notwithstanding others, the following:

  • Assessment of curriculum vitae.
  • Assessment of merits particularly relevant or significant in relation to the doctoral programme.
  • Any other criterion or procedure previously stated and grounded that, in the opinion of the academic committee, allows the Committee to verify the applicant’s suitability to join the programme.

 

Regardless of general selection and admission criteria, the Academic Committee will establish and publish specific criteria for student pre-selection and final admission until all available places are completed. The Commission will evaluate the curriculum vitae, merits particularly relevant in relation to the Doctoral Programme, as well as any other criteria that, according to the Academic Committee, allow checking the applicant’s suitability to follow the programme.

Criteria

Merits

Maximum score

Academic records

Official postgraudate studies

Official Bachelor’s studies
Total Section A

50
30
80

Agri-food research

Publications
Total Section B

10
10

Other merits

Professional experience
Relevant courses
Graduation Prize
Total Section C

 

10

 

 

Total

100

The resolution on admission to a doctoral programme shall be issued by the rector on the proposal of the Academic Committee of the doctoral programme, notwithstanding the competence or signature delegation in favor of the center deans or the doctoral schools directors.

Admission to doctoral programmes may include the requirement for specific training supplements. The complementary training plan must be recorded in the verification report and its implementation will not count for the purposes of duration limits established in Article 3.2 of Royal Decree 99/2011 of January 28. For the purposes of public prices and the granting of scholarships and study grants, such training supplements shall be considered doctoral level training.

The lists of admitted applicants will be published in the Official Notice Board of the University of Murcia. Other advertising means may be established by rectoral resolution.

The regulations and instructions concerning admission and registration procedures that are approved at the University of Murcia each academic year will apply in the process.

In the case of students with special education needs resulting from disability, the selection and admission systems and procedures should include appropriate support and counseling services, while the need for possible curricular adjustments, itineraries or alternative studies will be carefully considered.

 

Number of places offered: 25

Regulations and oral defense of doctoral theses

The University of Murcia establishes the rules for the presentation and defense of Doctoral theses in its Regulation on the official teaching of Doctoral Studies, in Chapter II of BORM 11-02-2012 (approved by Governing Council of 27 January 2012 and modifications approved in Governing Council of 26 July 2013),

All updated information can be consulted on: http://www.um.es/web/vic-estudios/contenido/doctorados/tesis

 

Academic Committee

By the University of Murcia:

     Mr. Sancho Bañón Arias (President-Coordinator)

     Mrs. Magdalena Martínez Tomé

     Mrs. Belén López Morales

     Mrs. María del Carmen Martínez Graciá

     Mrs. Encarna Gómez Plaza

     Mr. José María Ros García (Alternate)

     Mrs. María Antonia Murcia Tomás (Alternate)

 

By the CEBAS-CSIC:

     Mrs. María Teresa García Conesa

     Mrs. Isabel Gil Muñoz (Alternate)

 

By IMIDA:

     Mrs. María Pilar Hellín García

     Ms. María José Jordán Bueso (Substitute)

 

Representative of the International School of Doctoral Studies of the University of Murcia:

      Mr. Gregorio Sánchez Gómez

Student Representatives:

     Mrs. Teresa Sánchez Moya

     Mr. Carlos Javier García Hernández-Gil (Alternate)

 

Quality Assurance System

The Governing Council of 6 July 2012 approved the quality assurance system of the doctoral programmes of the University of Murcia, whose documentation is attached, and which reaches all the doctoral programmes that are Implemented in it.

This system includes the contents foreseen for this point in Royal Decree 99/2011 of January 28, which regulates the official doctoral education.

Guide for its implementation and for the revision, improvement and results of the doctoral programme

 

Presentation

Royal Decree 1393/2007 establishing the management of official university education (as amended by Royal Decree 861/2010) establishes the general framework for regulating the verification, monitoring and accreditation processes to which the University teaching.

Royal Decree 99/2011, which regulates the official teaching of doctorates, is the frame of reference for the organization of doctoral studies. This legislation incorporates recommendations that refer to the strucUniversity lecturer.re and organization of the doctorate, competencies to be acquired by doctoral students, the conditions of access and the development of the research career in its initial stage, the fundamental role of supervision and supervision of training Researcher, to the insertion of this training in a research environment that encourages communication and creativity, internationalization and mobilization.

System of Quality Assurance of doctoral programmes at the University of Murcia

The system of quality assurance for doctoral programmes at the University of Murcia is based on the collection of information on key development aspects of the programmes and a thorough analysis thereof to reach the appropriate conclusions. It aims at the solution of possible deviations with proposals for improvement. This analysis is the cornerstone of the system and it is therefore essential that it is accurately reflected in the various minutes of the Quality Assurance Committee (section 3). This way, the minutes will show the programme performance in all its areas.

Our doctoral programmes are developed according to a previous planning based on the report prepared for the verification process at national level. The results of the development must become the input for the Quality Assurance Committee analyses.

 

Responsibilities for the management, coordination and follow-up of the programme Quality Assurance System

Quality coordinator of the doctoral programme: The coordinator is responsible for the implementation of all actions included in the programme quality assurance system.

Quality assurance committee of the doctoral programme: The programme academic committee will count on the possible participation of other agents involved in the doctoral programme: faculty, doctoral students, academic staff, support staff and other external agents, at the Committee's own decision. To this purpose, it will take into account the feaUniversity lecturer.res of each doctoral programme and the relationship with other research instiUniversity lecturer.tions, such as the CSIC, companies or entities of recognized prestige, other research and innovation centers, etc. The function of this Committee will be to analyze the results of the different procedures that make up the quality assurance system and, based on the resulting analysis, to elaborate the proposals of action the Committee deems convenient and to carry out the follow-up.

If the doctoral programme is attached to a Center, the QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE will report the results of the analyses to the Quality Assurance Committee of the Center. In case the programme is attached to the International School of Doctoral Studies, the Committee will inform the Board of the School.

University: It commits itself to keep  the norms on submission and oral defense of doctoral theses permanently updated. It also guarantees the availability of mechanisms for the recognition of the authorship and direction of the thesis.

Satisfaction of the groups involved

In order to know the satisfaction, needs and expectations, the QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE will elaborate a multi-year plan of surveys that will take into account target groups to be consulted (doctoral students, academic staff, graduates, etc.), the key information to be transmitted, the right time to do so (timeline) and how to do it (surveys, focus groups, etc.). Said plan must be approved and recorded by the Committee.

The results of the satisfaction survey will be analyzed by the Committee itself and the results will be recorded.

Development of the doctoral programme

The doctoral programme will count on a planning of training activities, including duration and schedule and organizing part time students’ participation. The QUALITY ASSURANCE COMMITTEE will monitor the development of the doctoral programme on a quarterly basis, with respect to the monitoring procedure of training activities as held in the verification report.

Likewise, the Quality Assurance Committee will ensure that the guide of good practices for the management of doctoral theses is permanently updated and will verify too that a University lecturer.tor and thesis director is always appointed as planned. The Committee, based on the “doctorate file”, will also guarantee that the doctorate’s portfolio of activities is thoroughly examined, that the data therein contained are certified and the student’s research plan and activities are assessed.

Given the interest of the programme in the participation of international experts, it will be promoted to the extent allowed by the circumstances and the available resources. Evidence of this participation will be collected and analyzed by the Committee.

Mobility Programmes

The doctoral programme is concerned with the mobility of its doctoral students. Consequently, it establishes relationships and agreements with companies and other entities, reporting to the Quality Assurance Committee to analyze its convenience and accordingly, to establish participation and selection criteria. Likewise, the Committee will be responsible for guaranteeing that the doctoral students are properly informed, will carry out the selection of the participating doctoral candidates and will monitor and evaluate the activity carried out by each doctoral candidate.

Follow-up of PhD graduates

During the five years following the oral defense of the doctoral thesis, students having obtained the title of doctor will be followed up in order to check their insertion in the labour market. The survey method will be used and applied the 3rd and 5th year after the date of qualification so that their employment staUniversity lecturer.s, their access to scholarships or any other type of grant as well as their satisfaction with the programme can be assessed.

Graduated doctors linked to the University of Murcia will be required to report annual information. Surveys and the corresponding reports will be carried out by the Employment Observatory at the University of Murcia.

Scholarships and grants

If you have Spanish nationality or your permanent residence is in Spain, please visit the following site.

http://www.um.es/web/eidum/contenido/estuddios/doctorados/artes/becas

If you are a foreigner, please visit our Service of International Relations and try one of our exchange programmes or just contact the Office of International Relations for further information.

General information about the call for scholarships

    Http://www.um.es/web/estuddiantes/contenido/becas/

    Http://www.um.es/academic/sec-becas/