Landscape Arts and Techniques

Doctoral Degree

Course Overview

This Doctoral Program follows principles aimed at the training of researchers with a strong scientific background, highly qualified in solving problems, endowed with a high sense of scientific integrity, with the capacity to communicate with an entrepreneurial spirit, with a high degree of autonomy and ability of continuous learning. In addition to carrying out the research work leading to the preparation of the thesis (162 ECTS), the doctorate must obtain 18 ECTS in optional curricular units. They can also attend Seminars, Short Courses and others that are of interest to complete their training and participate in scientific meetings in the area of Landscape Arts and Techniques in which they are expected to submit work. The aim is to encourage and increase the skills of doctoral students and all the skills and abilities required of a candidate for a doctoral degree. These will be evaluated throughout the Program, culminating in the presentation and public discussion of the doctoral thesis, which will be done and evaluated according to the aforementioned regulation for the award of the doctorate degree by the University of Évora. The aim is to strengthen scientific research in order to obtain researchers with ecological, ethical and aesthetic sense, rigor and scientific integrity prepared to design, carry out and evaluate scientific research projects.
Organic Unit: Institute of Research and Advanced Training
Duration: 6 Semesters/180 ECTS credits (0 required and 18 optional in curricular units)
Language: Portuguese, English, French, Spanish
Regime: Day classes

Specific Entry Requirements

Can apply for this cycle of studies: - Holders of Master's Degree in Landscape Architecture - Holders of a school, scientific or professional curriculum in the area of Landscape Architecture that is recognized as attesting capacity to carry out this cycle of studies by the Scientific Council

Access Routes and Applications

Students from EU countries
Initial Places: 5
International Students
Initial Places: 5

Study Plan

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Tuition Fees

Annual Tuition Fees

Students from EU countries
1250 €
International Students
2500 €
International Students with Merit Scholarships
1250 €
International Students with Cooperation and Development Grants
1450 €

Course Department

Timetables

Information not available.

Documents

Contact Information

Director: Aurora da Conceição Parreira Carapinha [aurora@uevora.pt]

Academic Manager: Maria Leonor Teixeira
Academic Services (online): SAC.ONLINE