To help students acquire the competences corresponding to a doctoral degree, the Doctoral School offers various training activities which together amount to a coherent training strategy designed in collaboration with the different doctoral programme coordinators. It includes:
Students must enter the training activities they perform in the course of their doctoral studies in a personalised control record called Record of Activities Document.
Each academic year, the Doctoral School runs three types of optional transferable skills activities, the aim of which is to develop the competences and personal capacities common to all our doctoral programmes.
The registration in transferable skills activities is not open throughout the academic year; each activity has its own period, which is activated once the students have received an email from the Doctoral School calling the activity and including the link to make the inscription. During this period, once the vacancies are covered, a waiting list is established in case of vacancies.
The Doctoral School guarantees the realization of 5% of its transversal activities offered in an academic year to those students who documentarily demonstrate a degree of disability equal to or greater than 33%.
Students in this situation may access one of the activities offered by the School in response to this circumstance and may request admission to the rest of the transversal training activities on equal terms of the rest of the doctoral students.
|Training activity||Date||Place of imparting|
|Innovación universidad-empresa||días 17 de septiembre, 1 y 22 de octubre, y 5 de noviembre de 2019||Sala CR 4 A GRU 6, CRAI, Plaza de San Diego, s/n. Alcalá de Henares.|
Together with the transferable skills activities offered by our Doctoral School, students can also take courses, seminars and other activities offered by other universities or institutions, Spanish or foreign, either face-to-face or online, obtaining the corresponding certificate. Some examples of online platforms are:
The contents of all these activities should fit the definition of transferable skills training (that is to say, acquisition of competences that are common to all the branches and disciplines of the doctorate) and they must previously have the approval of the Tutor and the Thesis Supervisor.
Each Doctoral Programme includes different specific training activities tailored to its students.
The range of specific activities available can be consulted in the academic prospectus for each programme.
For enrolment in specific training activities, students should use means proposed in the offer of activities or contact the Coordinator of the doctoral program from which the activity is offered.
|Training activity||Doctoral programme||Date||Place of imparting|
|Conferencias de Biología Funcional y Biotecnología||D410||Curso 2019/20 (Sin especificar)||Sin especificar|