The selection of doctorate students will take into account each applicant’s previous studies and research experience, seeking to determine their ability to adapt to the research environment and to work with autonomy within the mobility scheme of the course. Creativity, intellectual agility and interest in innovative and interdisciplinary practices in the field of Comparative Studies will also be taken into consideration.
The selection of applications is carried out in phases, in line with two methods of evaluation: the first phase is constituted by a curricular evaluation, the second is an interview.
The final classification of candidates is the result of the following weightings: Curricular Evaluation – 70%, Interview – 30%.
If candidates are unable to attend, interviews may be carried out by video conference.
Further details can be found in the 2019 Call for Applications.