The Development Studies PhD Programme is one of those offered by the University of the Basque Country/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea (UPV/EHU). It is run by the Hegoa Institute and the departments of Applied Economics, Sociology and Social Work, Company Law, and the Gezki Institute. It holds the "Mention towards Excellence" awarded by the Spanish Ministry of Education.
Aimed at: People interested in furthering their academic education and specialising in the field of Development Studies.
The PhD Programme is aimed at training researchers in areas related to its underlying lines of research. The programme is interdisciplinary and fosters work on PhD theses aimed at delving further into a rigorous and critical analysis of globalisation, development processes and international cooperation.
Students are therefore offered the necessary academic guidance and methodology support to successfully completed their PhD thesis.
There are multiple and variable entrance channels, given the multidisciplinary and interdepartmental nature of the PhD programme. Therefore, there are no specific requirements limiting entrance to students from certain academic areas or fields, except for the statutory general requirements.
If you wish to learn more about the PhD programme, visit its web page on the UPV/EHU site.
Documents that are required for pre-enrollment in all the doctoral programmes at the University of the Basque Country and project form to be handed in with the rest of the documents.
- Gender and development
- Development cooperation and humanitarian action
- Development finance and microcredits
- Rural development and food safety
- Migrations and co-development
- Appropriate technologies for human development and sustainability
- Conflict, Security and Development
- Development, globalisation and international economic flows
- Culture, communication and development
- International economic institutions and economic integration
- Social exclusion, poverty and inequality
- Environment and sustainable development
- Labor relations, social rights and transnational companies
- Local development and territory
- Participation, democracy and human rights
- Education, development and human capacities
- Indicators and measurement of welfare and development