The UCJC International Doctoral School (EID-UCJC) is this week organising the Intensive Transversal Programme that will bring together 111 of its doctoral students from around the world with the aim of providing mandatory cross-cutting skills training activities for students on the three doctoral programmes, Health Sciences, Educational Sciences and Legal and Economic Sciences.
Francisco López-Muñoz, Vice Rector of University Camilo José Cela and Professor Pedro Schwartz took part in the programme’s welcome session. Among the novelties introduced this year are the seminars on Data Storytelling which aims to help doctoral students to learn to better communicate the results of their research. In addition, they will take part in a seminar on leadership, which will allow them to apply management techniques to the management of their teaching and research careers. Furthermore, doctoral students will visit the European Commission and Parliament delegation in Spain.