Law from Rovira i Virgili University demonstrates the knowledge necessary to work in the private and public sector in the following areas: technical and legal advice; mediation, conciliation and arbitration; resolving disputes out of court; and specialised teaching and research in universities and other research centres.
Doctors in Law have better opportunities to access a wide range of jobs because they have proven their ability to identify and competently resolve any type of legal problem.
In addition, several types of public competition for Spanish civil service positions value a doctoral degree as a merit: for example, the doctoral degree is recognised as a merit for the fourth and fifth positions in the selection of Spanish senior judges.
- Training in research
- Training in the dissemination and publication of reserach results
- Training in mobility and scientific exchange
- Training seminars
Antoni Jordà Fernández, Angels Galiana Saura, Alfonso González Bondía, Angel Urquizu Cavallé, Anna Pallarès Serrano, Antoni Pigrau Solé, Carmen Gómez Buendía, Elisabet Cerrato Guri, Encarnació Ricart Martí, Endrius Cocciolo, Estela Rivas Nieto, Esteve Bosch Capdevila, Frederic Adan Domènech, Gonzalo Quintero Olivares, Héctor Simón Moreno, Jaume Vernet i Llobet, Joan Pagès Galtes,
- 36 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
To enter you must pre-enrol during one of the following stages:
- 08/07 - 02/11
- 11/01 - 01/03
- 15/06 (at the request of the program coordinator)
DisciplinesPublic Law Business Law Legal Studies View 4 other PhDs in Public Law in Spain
We are not aware of any academic requirements for this programme.
- Students applying for admission must present a detailed Thesis Project; the topic of the Project must be aligned with the research lines of the doctoral programme: it will be taken into account the approval of the Thesis Project by one of the doctoral programme professors in the chosen research line.
- Curriculum vitae
- Spanish identity card, passport or Foreigners’ Identity Number (NIE), if it is the first time you have studied at the URV.
International766 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 766 EUR per year during 36 months.
EU/EEA548 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the tuition of 548 EUR per year during 36 months.
- Approximate cost for first year
- Second and successive academic year for both EU and NON-EU students - 548€
Living costs for Tarragona
The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
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