See the calendar on the School of Doctoral Studies website and access the UdG’s online form.
It is recommended that you do the pre-enrolment even if you are not sure that you will later enrol. The candidate must choose the doctoral programme and, within this programme, the line of research in which they want to work. They must also propose a thesis supervisor.
The pre-enrolment is only valid for accessing the academic course requested. If this is not the case or the corresponding enrolment is not done, the pre-enrolment process must be done again.
During the pre-enrolment process, it will be checked whether the applicant fulfils the access requirements (for example, if they have bachelor's degree + a master). RD 99/2011 establishes the access requirements.
Once these checks have been made, the academic committee of each doctoral programme applies their own admission requirements to decide whether or not to accept the research trainee onto the doctoral programme. If they decide to accept the candidate, the academic committee agrees to the line of research chosen and assigns a thesis supervisor. Depending on the type of access, they can request bridging courses.