|The recommended qualification for access to this doctoral programme is a master's degree in an area of the arts,
Humanities and Social Sciences. Candidates with other qualifications will also be considered, provided that they meet the general academic requirements.
In addition to the general access requirements, the Academic Committee has established the following specific requirements and criteria:
1. Access from one of the following master's degrees:
Joint master's degree from the universities of Barcelona, Granada and Girona: Visual Arts and Education: a Constructionist Approach.
Master's degree in Arts Therapy and Arts Education for Social Inclusion from the Complutense University of Madrid, the
Autonomous University of Madrid, and the University of Valladolid.
Master's degree in Art Education in Social and Cultural Institutions, from the Complutense University of Madrid.
1. Access from related degrees, depending on the specific content and its compatibility with the research areas covered by the doctoral programme.
2. For international students, a level of Catalan or Spanish equivalent to the Diploma in Spanish as a Foreign Language (Intermediate Level) or B1 (Catalan).
3. A level of comprehension equivalent to B1 in any of the languages commonly used in the field in question, particularly English and French.
The Academic Committee will select students on the basis of the following scoring system:
1. Qualification used for admission (0-2 points), assessed as follows:
a) One of the master's degrees mentioned in Point 1 of the specific requirements and criteria (2 points).
b) Related master's degrees, depending on the specific content and its compatibility with the research areas covered by the doctoral programme (0-2 points).
2. Academic record for the bachelor's degree or pre-EHEA degree used for admission (maximum 4 points, depending on the grade point average). The grade point average will be assessed on a scale of 0 to 4 divided by 2, or 0 to 10 divided by 5. Correction factors will be applied to qualifications issued outside Spain, as provided for in the regulations of the ANECA programme.
3. Academic record for the master's degree (maximum 4 points, depending on the grade point average). The grade point average will be assessed on a scale of 0 to 4 divided by 2, or 0 to 10 divided by 5. Correction factors will be applied to qualifications issued outside Spain, as provided for in the regulations of the ANECA programme
4. Responses to a brief survey on the candidate's interest in the course, which includes the research proposal (maximum 2 points).
5. Two letters of recommendation (maximum 2 points).
6. Curriculum vitae (maximum 4 points), assessed as follows:
a) Research experience in any of the fields covered by the theoretical and practical components of the doctoral programme (maximum 1 point).
b) Professional experience in any of the areas covered by the theoretical and practical content of the doctoral programme (maximum 1 point).
c) Publication record, attendance of conferences, and other activities related to the doctoral programme, such as participation in excavations, artistic activities, culture and heritage management, field work, etc. (maximum 1 point)
d) Master's degree grants awarded in competitive calls (maximum 1 point).
6. Previous award of a grant for doctoral study (3 points) or grant application pending resolution at the time of application(1 point). Spanish grants equivalent to FI (research training) or FPU (university lecturer training) will be taken into consideration, as will competitive grants awarded in other countries.
7. Other academic merits (international placements, knowledge of languages such as English, French, Portuguese, Italian and German (maximum 1 point).