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Apart from the general requirements to enter a doctoral programme, and in accordance with what it is laid down in the article 7 of the 99/2011 Royal Decree, of 20 January, in the Doctoral Programme in Psychology of Human Resources it is stablished as a priority criteria:

  • Having studied and successfully passed 60 ECTSof the first year of the Official Master’s Degree in Psychology of Work, Organisations and Human Resources, which constitutes the priority training period of this doctoral programme. In this event, the activity in the research period will focus on the competition of a doctoral thesis.
  • Having completed and passed the Master’s degree in Human Resource Management and Development (research profile), Master’s degree in Psychology of Work and Organisations, and Master’s degree in Psychology of Social and Community Intervention, University of Seville.
  • Having taken and passed a minimum of 60 credits in other related master’s studies such as those related to human resources management or prevention of occupational risk. In this event, students must take 24 ECTS credits during their first year of the research period, in the modules detailed in the section ‘Complementary training’.