This PhD program is aimed at students interested in understanding the social processes that have transformed contemporary societies, as well as formulating alternative proposals to the current forms of conceptualizing and structuring these processes.
- Have a master's degree from any discipline of the Social Science and Humanities.
- Have experience in research.
- Show proficiency in reading texts in English.
- Commit to devoting 40 hours a week to the program.
Candidates must submit a research project proposal and include their name and e-mail address. The proposal must not exceed 10,000 words.