PhD in Philology and Philosophy

Academic year 2023-24

Who oversees the quality of the degree programme?

The CGQ is the body responsible for ensuring the quality of official degree programmes, as well as their effective implementation, management and coordination in the framework of the UIB's SGIQ (Catalan). It is in charge of analysing, monitoring and supervising results and students’ learning process based on the most relevant data and benchmarks, and information gathered from satisfaction surveys, suggestion/complaint forms, etc. submitted by different stakeholders. For further information, please see the CGQ's regulations and responsibilities (Catalan).

Quality Assurance Commission

Quality Manager
Guijarro Fuentes, Pedro
Fernández Iglesias, Fruela
Teaching and Research Staff
Luján López, José Luis
Vanrell Bosch, Maria del Mar
Admin and Services Staff
Gomara Prats, Yolanda
Cadiñanos Chapman, Amina Claire

Commitment to quality

Declaration in which the person in charge of ensuring the quality of the Doctoral programme wishes to express his/hercommitment to quality and the constant improvement of his/her actions.

Suggestion/complaint form

The university has a complaints, suggestions and congratulations procedure in place, as part of the SGIQ internal quality assurance system. The procedure enables you to submit your opinion on any issue relating to the activities and operation of our centres and qualifications.

Procedures for handling and revising incidents, complaints, and suggestions

Suggestion/complaint form

Planning improvement measures

All improvement actions proposed by the CGQ in the framework of the different monitoring and assessment procedures (verification, monitoring and accreditation renewal) are included and formalised in the degree programme improvement plan (PdM). In addition, the CGQ is responsible for periodically reviewing and updating the PdM.

Accountability and transparency

The Registry of Universities, Centres and Titles (RUCT) provides the most relevant information on the universities, centres and degree programmes in the Spanish university system, and lists official Bachelor's, Master's and PhD degrees. In addition, the RUCT is a public and administrative registry that is continuously updated. See the link below for available information on the degree programme in the RUCT:

Access to the Register of Universities, Centres, and Degrees (RUCT)

In order to be accountable to society at large and comply with the requirements set out in the national regulatory framework (RD 822/2021 [Spanish]) and directives in the European Higher Education Area, all official programmes (Bachelor, Master and PhD) are subject to three assessment phases: verification, monitoring and accreditation. All official documentation arising from each procedure is listed below: