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Industrial Doctorate mention

The doctoral degree certificate may include the International Doctorate mention on the front. To be awarded this mention, you must:

  1. Have an employment or commercial contract with a company in the public or private sector or with a public administration.

  2. Have participated in an industrial research or experimental development project carried out at the company or public administration where you have provided services and which must not be the University. The industrial research or experimental development project in which the doctoral candidate must be directly related to your thesis. This relationship must be certified by means of a report #approved by the University.

If the industrial research or experimental development project involves collaboration between the University and the company or public administration where you provide services, a framework collaboration agreement must be entered into. This agreement must specify the obligations of the University and those of the company or public administration involved, as well as the procedure for selecting doctoral candidates.

You will have a thesis tutor assigned by the University and a supervisor assigned by the company or public administration, who may be the thesis supervisor, during your participation in the industrial research or experimental development project.



Further information

Academic Regulations for Doctoral Studies