Doctoral School. University of Navarra
What is it?
The Doctoral School is the body reporting to the Vice-Rector's Office for Research for the coordination, planning and monitoring of the University's doctoral programmes. It establishes and regulates the university's general strategy for doctoral studies third cycle, supports the centres and carries out annual monitoring of the doctoral programmes together with the Quality Assurance Committee of each centre.
President: Paloma Grau Gumbau, Vice President de research
Director executive: Pilar Recalde
Area of Humanities, Social and Legal Sciences: Mercedes Montero
Experimental and Health Sciences Area: Javier Burguete
Techniques and Engineering Area: Pedro Crespo
Each doctoral program will have a committee in charge of its direction and academic management. It will be made up of the coordinator of the programme, the Associate Dean/Deputy Director responsible for third cycle at the centre and the corresponding Deputy Director of the Doctoral School.
Dadun is the institutional repository designed to collect, conserve and disseminate through open access the documents resulting from the academic and scientific activity of the University of Navarra.
If the thesis you wish to consult is not published in Dadun, you should contact the author of the thesis at contact , ask for authorisation to access enquiry and present this authorisation at Office of the Registrar of the University (Mª José Yerro: email@example.com).