In order to acquire the advanced training required to complete a research project, students must complete, during the doctoral programme's research period, all subjects, courses and/or activities included on their personalized pathway.
The training offer in the organized research period consists of various types of training activities, with different durations, schedules and aims, organized into five blocks (methodology courses, thematic research seminars, bridging courses, supplementary research-oriented training activities and doctoral research seminars). Some of these training activities, such as those included in the methodology course, thematic research seminar and doctoral research seminar blocks, are divided into two areas: the information and knowledge society and network and information technology.
Summary of the various training blocks for the organized research period:
1Activities aimed at full-time doctoral students studying on-site.
In any case, the addition of courses, seminars and activities to students' pathways will depend on their prior training and research experience, as well as the specific area or subject addressed by their research project.