The Doctorate Program in Mathematics, associated with the "Campus Vida" of International Excellence of the USC, and with a quality mention obtained in 2008, has a long history at this University. The doctors trained in it created research groups that attended and successfully attend regional, national and European calls for funding and their publications achieved and continue to achieve levels of high quality and impact.PresentationAccording to the 2014 ranking of the National Taiwan University, USC is number 57 in the world in mathematical research, 13 at the European level and the first in Spain, a position confirmed by the ranking of the University of Granada repeatedly. The Program covers all the fundamental branches of mathematics: algebra, analysis, geometry, topology and astronomy, which allows a wide range of training for students.ProfileStudents who come from the following master's degrees will be able to access the Doctorate Program without training complements: University Master's Degree in Mathematics, University Master's Degree in Mathematical Engineering, University Master's Degree in Industrial Mathematics and University Master's Degree in Statistical Techniques, which form, were part of the academic offer of the USC.
Students with the DEA degree obtained through the Programs of the Faculty of Mathematics of the USC will also have access to the Program without training complements.
In the case of other universities, the degrees with direct access will be by analogy with those of the USC and / or by areas of knowledge whose subject matter is in accordance with the previous training required, the objectives and the lines of research assigned to the Doctorate Program. The Academic Committee of the Doctoral Program will be the body that decides on the direct or conditional admission of the applicant to pass some training complements based on the documentation provided.
Other profiles: In the case of other types of profiles different from the previous ones, the Academic Committee will evaluate each case individually. The possibility of requiring training complements (maximum up to 15 ECTS) will be considered.
AdmissionThe evaluation criteria of the applications will be the following:Applicant's academic record: 50%
Knowledge of English. Recommended: French, German. Candidates must present supporting documentation: 5%
Professional experience. Candidates must present supporting documentation: 5%
Research experience. Candidates must present supporting documentation (publication of articles, monographs, participation in research groups, ...): 20%