This doctorate has a strong international focus, true to previous successful experiences of student recruitment from a wide range of countries and of fostering inter-university mobility to strengthen exchange and cooperation relationships. While most of the students traditionally come from Latin American countries, the program is also open to students worldwide. Its international profile is in line with the research interests of most of its teaching staff, which is essential to optimize potential synergies.
The profile acquired by graduates in this Doctorate is in line with the following careers:
a) Teaching staff in countries where demand is high due to the expansion of the university system.
b) Higher research professionals in countries that are creating new national research committees aimed at the possibility of conducting lifelong research.
c) Senior management in institutions resulting from regional integration processes, regulatory agencies and decentralized bodies whose current spread demands highly qualified staff.
d) Teaching staff in new areas of expertise mainly resulting from the rule of law, such as electoral bodies, judicial schools, human rights bodies, diplomatic schools, parliamentary consultancy schools, political communication authorities and political parties’ recruitment schools.
e) Professionals in senior management State bodies.
Because of its inter- and multidisciplinary nature, the Doctorate in Social State under the Rule of Law and Global Governance is especially recommended for those who have completed studies in Law, Criminology, Political Sciences, Public Management and Administration, Economic Sciences, Business Administration and Management, Communication, Humanities or History.