|Applications||Not offered in 2015/2016|
Paula Relvas PhD
Narciso Davide PhD
Teresa Ribeiro PhD
offered in association with the Faculty of Psychology,
University of Lisbon
|Vacancies|| 14 |
| Duration || 3 years|
|Tuition Fees||€ 2
750.00 / year |
The Psychology PhD in the speciality of Clinical Psychology - thematic version: Family and Family Intervention Psychology - is a joint initiative of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Coimbra and of the Faculty of Psychology of the University of Lisbon and aims to promote the systematic and critical understanding of knowledge and theoretical and clinical skills in the field of psychology and family intervention, and to contribute to the development of design, implementation and delivery of high quality, internationally recognised scientific research.
advanced training course outline includes Thematic Seminar I – Resilience and Family
Vulnerabilities; Thematic Seminar II -
Research in Family Intervention; Methodology; Statistics; and a Seminar for Thesis Plan Monitoring. Thematic Seminar I consists of five optional
sub-themes, organised in 3 units. Thematic Seminar II consists of five themes also organised into three units. The Thesis
Plan Monitoring Seminar aims to offer more individualised mentoring of the PhD
preparation project. Methodology includes units on Planning, Qualitative
Methodologies and Quantitative Methodologies. Statistics comprises units on Analysis and Data Interpretation
Methodologies, as well as on Use of Specific Software in Quantitative Data
Here you will find information on the Course Plan.
In the study cycle with course, the appointment of the dissertation supervisor(s) will be made according to the Course Regulation.
Students eligible to apply to this doctoral programme:
The following may apply for the course of study leading to a doctoral degree:
a) holders of a master's degree or legal equivalent in Psychology;
b) Exceptionally, bachelor's degree holders or legal equivalent in Psychology who have a highly relevant academic and scientific background, recognised by the Scientific and Coordinating Committee as attesting the capacity to complete this study cycle.
c) Exceptionally, holders of master’s degrees or bachelor’s
degrees or legal equivalents in other areas who have a highly relevant academic
or scientific background recognised by the Scientific and Coordinating
Committee as attesting the capacity to complete this study cycle
The dissertation theme must be registered by the doctoral student, at the Academic Services of the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences, within 30 days after acceptance of the dissertation project.