The ranking of candidates will be based on the ranking resulting from the application of the following algorithm:
Final classification [0-20] = 0.25 A + 0.40 B + 0.35 C
where components A, B and C are defined below.
Degree of affinity of previous training (table) that gives access to the Doctoral Programme.
|Master Degree in Advanced Optometry, Vision Sciences or equivalent
|Other Master Degrees related with Vision or related fields
|Bachelors Degree in Optometry, Vision Sciences or equivalent
|Other Master Degrees and Bachelors
Final classification (scale 0-20) obtained in the master's and bachelors' course that gives access to the doctoral programme. In the case of holding a master's degree, the classification in this component weighs 50% in the final classifications of the bachelors' and master's degrees.
• Applicants with post-Bologna academic degrees must specify the final grades obtained in the 1st and / or 2nd study cycles, as well as the respective credits (ECTS);
• Applicants with an integrated master's degree whose institution does not issue a certificate with discrimination of the final grades of 1st and 2nd cycle, must specify the final classification obtained in the set of the two cycles as well as the total number of credits (ECTS) of the training;
• Applicants holding pre-Bologna academic degrees must specify the classifications obtained in the bachelors' and / or master's degrees.
Component C, valued from 0 to 20, is calculated as the sum of the ratings attributed by the Doctoral Programme Steering Committee to the various dimensions of the candidate's technical-professional curriculum, in the area of the PhD course, as relevant professional activity, coordination and participation in projects, scientific publications, professional training, etc..