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Below you will find answers to the most common questions we were asked about the programme. If you cannot find the answer you are looking for, do not hesitate to contact the Management Team at mfp.cofund(ELIMINAR)@urv.cat.

How can I renew my residence permit?

In order to renew the residence permit, candidates can do it by themselves with a valid digital signature (check the guide), or the HR department can support the candidates. In any case, candidates will need:

  1. Complete passport
  2. Justificante del abono de la tasa: Tax and receipt together (mark option 7 "Renovada")
  3. Mantenimiento: Extension of your signed contract (which will provided to each candidate by the HR department)
  4. Formulario: Application form signed. Instructions to fill in the form
  5. Copy of the NIE (both sides)

If candidates decide to be supported by the HR department, they must submit the required documentation to anna.benages@urv.cat, 2 months before the end date of the NIE card, following these guidelines:

  • All documents must be in pdf (not .jpg)
  • All documents must be sent in one unique email
  • The total sum of documents should not exceed 20 Mb in size
  • All documents must be complete and legible

What are the necessary documents for the international secondment?

Before the secondment:

At the end of the secondment:

  • PhD Programme Coordinator
    • Letter in which the supervisor of the secondment confirms that it had a minimum duration of 90 days- for the "International Doctor Distinction" title
  • MFP-COFUND Programme
  • Secondment Agreement

How should I prepare my Career Development Plan?

A Career development plan (CDP) helps you explore career possibilities and set goals to follow the career path that fits you best. A CDP is therefore a proactive planning and implementation of steps towards your career goals. Quite simply, it is about setting and implementing goals that are related to your career. Very importantly, the plan can be altered as skills develop, interests change, and career objectives are reconsidered.