PhD in Gender Studies
In association with ISCSP-ULisboa and NOVA School of Law.
Students are expected to:
- Acquire critical knowledge about Gender Studies' theoretical and methodological
frameworks and apply them to the analysis of research contexts and problems;
- Develop skills to design innovative and autonomous research projects that can contribute to the progress of science and a better understanding of society;
- Develop skills to select and use appropriate technical procedures of data collection, usage and interpretation;
- Acquire skills to adequately select and use technical procedures related to data collection and analysis;
- Acquire scientific writing skills in various forms and oral presentation skills of research processes and results;
- Be capable of formulating critical judgement about their own work and that of their peers' and its social impact, following ethical and deontological rules;
- Be able to respond to diverse social demands with scientific independence and accuracy;
- Acquire the necessary scientific skills to disseminate scientific knowledge.
PhD (3rd Cycle)
Access to other programs
Access to Post Phd Programs.
Teresa Pizarro Beleza e Helena Pereira de Melo
Total Tuition Amount 6500€
PHD MERIT AWARDS:
Candidates whose final classification for entry to a 3rd study cycle at NOVA School of Law, according to assessment and ranking by the respective jury, is equal to or higher than 70 (on a scale of 0/100) and who enrol and attend this study cycle at NOVA School of Law, will be awarded a prize in cash of an amount corresponding to 50% of the tuition fee they will pay for the academic phase of the Doctorate.
In the non-teaching phase of the doctorate, three academic merit awards are given each academic year to students at NOVA School of Law:
- The best student of the academic phase of a 3rd study cycle who continues and attends the non-academic phase will be awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 100% of the tuition fee they will pay for the non-academic phase of the PhD, if their average is equal to or higher than 18 (on a 0/20 scale).
- The second best student of the academic phase of a 3rd study cycle who continues and attends the non-academic phase, or the two best, if the first does not reach an average equal to or higher than 18, is awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 60% of the tuition fee they will pay, corresponding to the non-academic phase of the PhD.
- The third best student of the school phase of a 3rd study cycle who continues and attends the non-school phase is awarded a prize in cash corresponding to 40% of the tuition fee they will pay for the non-school phase of the PhD.
Only the marks obtained at NOVA School of Law will be taken into account to determine the best marks in the taught phase.
In the case of a tie, the tie-breaker will be determined by the average marks awarded in the compulsory course units of the taught phase of the PhD.
Only students who complete the academic phase in due time, whether they attend it full-time or part-time, are eligible for these academic merit awards.
This course is taught during post-labor hours. Some optional Course Units may be taught during daytime hours.
The degree of doctor is conferred to those who have obtained 240 ECTS, by passing the doctoral course (80 ECTS), and the elaboration the Phd thesis, its discussion and approval (160 ECTS).
Conditions of admittance
Holders of a Master's degree or legal equivalent in different scientific areas such as Social and Human Sciences, Life Sciences, Technological Sciences, or any other scientific and artistic areas. Those who have an academic, scientific or professional curriculum especially relevant to Gender Studies, which indicates a capacity for the successful completion of this cycle of studies.
|1º ano - 1º Semestre|
|4200104||Gender, Equality and Human Rights||8|
|4200106||Research Topics in Gender Studies I||6|
|4200103||Gender theories, feminisms and women's studies||8|
|1º ano - 2º Semestre|
|4200109||Gender Studies and Human Sciences||8|
|4200108||Research Topics in Gender Studies II||6|
|4200115||International and European Law and Gender Equality||8|
|4200112||Globalization, Migration, Inequality||8|
|4200114||Feminist and gender theories and LGBTIQ + studies, social movements||8|