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Doctorate Programme in Advanced Humanities Studies. Specialities in: History, Art, Philosophy and Ancient Sciences at the University of Malaga
Centre in charge Faculty of Philosophy and Arts 
Teaching establishment(s): Faculty of Philosophy and Arts 
Field Arts and Humanities 
Language Spanish, English, French, Italian 
Number of places offered : 25
Interuniversity No
ISCED1: 022 – 229 (Humanities) 
ISCED2: 02 (Arts and Humanities); 021 (Arts); 211 (Fine Arts); 222 (Classical Philology) 225 (History and Archaeology); 226 (Philosophy) 
NIVEL DEL TÍTULO: Doctor - RD 99/2011 (amendment  RD 43/2015)
RD195/2016 . Requirements for the issue of the European Supplement to the University Degree of Doctor  



Protocol for the defence of doctoral theses, by videoconference, during the period of state of alarm, approved by the Doctoral School of the University of Malaga 21st April 2020.

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Academic Year 2020 / 2021

Inaugural Conference of the Programme

Cristina Rosillo López

(Universidad Pablo de Olavide): 

Ser un fraude en el mundo antiguo (¿Y hoy?)

9 November 2020, 9:20 am



2nd UMA Young Researchers Meeting (online)

Falsifying, Copying and Plagiarism

9th - 10th November 2020

Programme and registration link


Academic Year 2019/2020

Inaugural Conference of the Programme

Prof. Chiara Nenci

In principio era il tema. Ideali didattici e pratiche di aequa potestas all’Accademia di Brera

Wednesday 30th October 2019, Sala María Zambrano, 12:00-13:30



Designed as an interdisciplinary programme, the Doctorate in Advanced Studies in Humanities aims to provide research training in four specialities: History, Art, Philosophy and Ancient Sciences. The programme integrates members of the Departments of Ancient Sciences; Greek Philology, Arabic Studies, General Linguistics, Library Science and Latin Philology; Philosophy; History of Art, in collaboration with members of staff from the Faculty of Fine Arts; Modern and Contemporary History. Researchers initially participate as international experts from more than twenty universities and research centres.

The programme is composed of four basic lines of research. The lines are comprised of research teams and these, in turn, are supported by research projects. Together they offer a representative overview of the major lines of humanistic research today. Advanced Studies in Humanities will include thesis projects that are flexibly framed within these major lines of research.

The basic updated information of the programme is published in the section of the web entitled Procedures Guide.

Lines of Investigation:


Programme website:

Academic Coordination: 

Academic Committee:

(from academic year 2018 / 2019)

  • Dra. Carmen González Román (, Vice-Dean of Studies. President (from June 2020)
  • Dr. Raúl Caballero Sánchez (, Coordinator.


Quality Assurance Committee:

(from the 2016/2017 academic year)




Functions, composition and agreements of the University's Postgraduate Committee



All the regulations that affect Postgraduate and Doctorate studies here

All the doctoral forms can be found at the following link 

DAD: Doctoral Student Activities Document

Admission and Enrollment 2020/21

Informative sessions for Faculty and PhD students


General Link for Contracts and Grants of the Vice-Rectorate of Research 

Scholarships and grants from the Doctoral School

Hearing for the renewal of the accreditation of the Doctorate Programme  

Visit programme (virtual mode)

Public hearing poster

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