Doctoral School (EDUCA)
The Doctoral School of the University of Cádiz (EDUCA) is the unit responsible for organizing and managing the programs leading to the doctoral degree offered at the University of Cádiz or in collaboration with it. EDUCA is in charge of planning and overseeing the comprehensive training of its doctoral students. Additionally, EDUCA is responsible for organizing and managing the curriculum of certain master’s programs that are assigned to it by the University’s Council of Government due to their multidisciplinary nature or strategic reasons. According to the University of Cádiz’s Statutes, EDUCA is also the unit responsible for organizing continuing education programs offered at the University of Cádiz.
EDUCA is an open doctoral school that can collaborate with other institutions, whether public or private, to enhance doctoral and research training.
The University of Cádiz has a strong track record in doctoral training, with students from over 30 countries having successfully defended their doctoral theses at UCA in recent years. This achievement has been made possible through the qualified teamwork of researchers, professors, and administrative staff.
To ensure the best doctoral training, UCA boasts excellent university infrastructure, including well-equipped classrooms, distance learning spaces, over 100 computer labs, and specialized scientific equipment managed through centralized services.