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The Doctoral Program usually establishes agreements with other Universities to define the regulatory framework where a Thesis will be developed in a co-tutelage mode. That is, they are specific agreements for each Doctoral Thesis to be developed at the University of Malaga and at another foreign University, directed by two researchers, one from each institution. In the following link you can find all the information:

Specific agreements are also established with public and private companies or the public administration when a Doctoral Thesis with an industrial mention is chosen. In this case, doctoral students must carry out all or part of their research work in a public or private company, or in a public administration. In order to define the regulatory framework for this situation, it is mandatory to establish a collaboration agreement between the University of Malaga and the company or public administration, where the obligations of both entities will be stated, as well as the doctoral program in question and the selection procedure for doctoral students. More information can be found at the following link:

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