Co-supervised doctoral dissertation between the University of Castilla-La Mancha and foreing universities
The objective for establishing co-advisors is to foster the scientific collaboration between the University of Castilla-La Mancha and other universities located in countries outside of Spain, as well as to promote the mobility of doctoral candidates and researchers.
In order to develop their dissertation, the doctoral student must attend each of the universities for a period of at least 9 months. This requirement can be completed in one period of nine months in each university or various periods of a shorter duration, but with a total of at least nine months.
The dissertation must be written in one of the languages native to the two countries; however, the student must also include an abstract written in the other language. The defense of the dissertation can be done in either of the two languages.
Presentation of the Dissertation under Co-advisory
Presentation and defesne of the dissertatin If done in the UCLM
FORMS AND TEMPLATES
Access to the complete text of the Current Process for Co-supervision for the Doctoral Dissertation between UCLM and Foreign Universities
Other forms and procedures
To qualify for “Cum Laude” in UCLM, it is necessary to accomplish the instructions in second paragraph of section 13 of the reading process and thesis defense at UCLM (in Spanish).
If eligible for International Mention in the PhD from the University of Castilla-La Mancha, the requirements detailed in this procedure must be fulfilled.
And, to be eligible for the extraordinary doctorate prize in UCLM, each member of the committe must complete this confidential report.