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Documents to be submitted with the application


The competition application form must be a accompanied by the following documents:

a.    A photocopy of the candidate’s Spanish national identity document, passport or ID card.

b.    Doctoral degree certificate or provisional doctoral degree certificate.

c.    A favourable report by the Catalan University Quality Assurance Agency (AQU Catalunya), in accordance with Article 49 of Law 1/2003, of 19 February, on Universities in Catalonia (LUC) or equivalent.

d.    A full curriculum vitae, preferably following the standard format of AQU Catalunya or an equivalent template.

e.    A document specifying the applicant's five most valuable academic contributions (articles, books, patents, etc.)

f.     A brief description of the applicant's teaching career (maximum 1 page).

g.    A concise statement of the candidate’s teaching and research interests, in line with the scope of the contract offered for the next five years. The document must be no longer than six pages.

h.    If applicable, proof of international postdoctoral experience or stays at prestigious universities or research centres in Spain or abroad other than the hiring university.

The forms can be found in sections e), f) and g) of the web page for the call: https://www.upc.edu/sdp, in the section “Concursos PDI > Convocatòria de concursos > Concursos Serra Húnter > Resolució 916/2018”

Given the composition of the selection committee, the documents should at least be in English.

If the application and supporting documents are submitted in person at the General Registry or the public registries of the UPC, the documents must also be sent by e-mail to sdp.concursos@upc.edu, with the subject line: "documentation UPC-LE-    ", indicating the code of the competition

Those persons who applied and submitted the documents to the Serra Húnter Programme's directors during the first stage of the process of recruiting teaching and research staff within the Serra Húnter Programme (Serra Húnter Programme – second call 2017) must state in the application whether they consider that the documents to be submitted by e-mail are those that they previously submitted to the Serra Húnter Programme's directors or whether they wish to update all or some of these documents following the procedure outlined in these conditions.

In these cases, applicants authorise the University to access the documents submitted to the Serra Húnter Programme's directors.