Dual/Joint international doctorates
New (8 July 2021): The Vice Rectorate for International Relations hereby publishes the provisional list of applications accepted to receive UMH financial aid for stays that are part of dual/joint international doctorates.
The list may be consulted at the following link:
Individuals have 10 days to make corrections or to provide any additional required documentation.
(1 June 2021): The Vice Rectorate for International Relations has hereby published in the Official UMH Gazette (BOUMH), of 30 April 2021, the call providing grants for 2020/2021 stays by UMH dual/joint international doctorate students.
The full text of the call can be consulted by clicking here.
The period for submitting applications runs through June 15 (10 workdays beginning on the day following publication of the extract in the official Gazette of the Generalitat Valenciana (DOGV)). The resolution by the DOGV can be consulted by clicking here.
Applications must be submitted, duly completed, using the form established in Annexo II to the Service of International Relations at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche (UMH), via the Service of Administrative Modernization and Coordination of the UMH (in the Rectorado & Consejo Social Building), the auxiliary registries (located at the Campus Management Centers), the Electronic Office, or by any other procedure established in Article 38 of Law 30/1992, of 26 November, on the Legal Regime of Public Administration and Common Administrative Procedures by virtue of the provisions in the seventh final provision, lone repeal provision, section 2, last paragraph, of Law 39/2015, of 1 October, on Common Administrative Procedures of the Public Administration.
The following documents must accompany each application:
- Academic qualifications enabling access to the doctoral program.
- Official certification of knowledge of languages.
- Document showing acceptance by the doctoral program advisor to enroll in a dual doctorate under a bilateral agreement, or a document by the host institution that shows acceptance of joint supervision.
Accreditation, where applicable, of the conferral of pre-doctoral financial aid from a public call.