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Instituto Tecnológico de Santo Domingo

Doctorate in Energy Management for Sustainable Development

Doctorate in Energy Management for Sustainable Development

  • Presentation

    The PhD program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development, aims to promote synergies between graduate-level training, scientific research and INTEC mission focus.

    This model considers as a fundamental input the needs of the Dominican society, the productive sector and the State, related to the issue of energy: generation, transport and use of energy. Specifically, for the requirements of professional development and solve problems that merit being addressed from the perspective of research, promoting changes towards sustainable models.

    Doctoral students, in their thesis or research projects, develop research topics in conjunction with the teaching staff and through interaction with national and international experts, obtaining results that respond to national and regional problems in their field.

    Under this conceptualization, the process of training and the functionality of INTEC as Dominican University is transformed. The solution of real problems provides an educational challenge in the training of PhD students.

  • General Purpose

    To train highly qualified professionals in the energy - environmental area, with the theoretical and practical skills and the use of advanced technology tools, which allow solving problems in an innovative way aimed at achieving positive impacts in energy management for development sustainable in the Dominican Republic.

    Specific objectives:

    • Implement a model of training in research, which contributes to raising skills in the use of scientific methods aimed at solving problems, in the field of energy management for sustainable development.
    • Link students to interdisciplinary research that contributes to the solution of complex problems.
    • Use cooperative current scientific and technological progress and innovative methods of energy assessment and environmental quality to achieve cleaner and safer production.
    • • Develop academic skills and modes of action that lead to changes towards sustainable models.
  • Participant profile

    The Doctorate program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development is aimed at professionals with a master's degree, who, due to their academic training, have a level of knowledge in the field of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics.

    Professionals with a master's degree with the following profile may enter:

    • Degree graduates in Mechanical Engineering, Electromechanical, Thermoenergetic, Chemical Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Bachelor in Chemistry, Bachelor of Physics or related careers.
    • Postgraduate level graduates, specialization, in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or decision making in the evaluation of technologies or energy scenarios, which endorse knowledge in the area of ​​the program.
  • Curricular design

    For its design, the best practices and main trends of the doctoral training models, already standardized at an international level, have been considered, among them are:

    1. Flexibility and compatibility of the credit system and degrees.
    2. Promotion of cooperation.
    3. Permanent learning.
    4. New teaching methodologies
    5. Diversification of financing funds.

    The program has been structured with a high component in scientific research. Its conception ensures high training based on independent work, the use of advanced research methods and tools, and the production of new knowledge and technologies.

    The study plan must be obtained within a period of no less than three (3) years after admission to the program and a maximum period of five (5) years to obtain a doctor's degree. There is the possibility of extending twice that period of time if necessary, in case of receiving the extension of time must pay the corresponding credits.

    In addition, the applicant must complete all 104 credits, of which 96 credits correspond to the compulsory activities (30 credits to training activities and 74 credits to research activities), plus 8 credits in elective and free activities.

    The plan of academic activities is composed of:

    1. Mandatory activities
    2. Elective activities
    3. Free activities

    Compulsory activities: advanced courses related to the central objectives of the program or linked to generic postgraduate competences. With the exception of four (4) subjects all the activities are obligatory.

    Elective activities: four (4) elective subjects will be offered, with a total of 16 credits, Elective I (two subjects of 4 credits each) and Electiva II (two subjects with 4 credits each), which can be chosen according to interest or relationship with your specific training or individual projects.

    Free activities: The student who requires some specific complementary training, that is not offered in the program, can take a course of 40 hours, equivalent to 4 credits, given by a doctor in a program of research masters or doctorate outside the scope of the program , including other universities with recognized training programs in the national and international scope.

  • Study plan

    The study plan is divided into two periods, which in turn are divided by training blocks.

    1. Teaching period or applicant school, made up of the following blocks:
      • Theoretical-methodological training.
      • Compliance with complementary training requirements.
    2. Research period or doctoral training, made up of the following blocks:
      • Compliance with complementary research requirements.
      • Minimum of doctorate.
      • Partial thesis activities.
      • Thesis activities.
  • research activities

    The investigation is organized by:

    1. Investigation groups.
    2. Lines of investigation.

    Investigation groups:

    1. Energy efficiency.
    2. Renewable energy.
    3. Energy Planning.
    4. Numerical methods applied to energy management.

    Research line: Energy.

    Scientific-technological activities / research topics and / or technological development by research groups.

  • Graduation profile

    The graduate and the graduate of the Doctorate Program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development will demonstrate the following competences:

    • Perform transdisciplinary analysis in the processes of Research, Development and Innovation (R & D + i), which contribute to the solution of complex problems related to energy management for sustainable development.
    • Manage and / or direct the activity of scientific research in the university, business or research centers.
    • Confront creatively the development, selection, exploitation and evaluation of equipment and technologies.
    • Teaching, at the highest level, both undergraduate and postgraduate.
    • Perform management tasks of companies and projects.
  • Accompaniment to the participant

    Peer tutoring is established, in the pursuit of personalized and comprehensive academic development of the student, the development of basic skills for academic performance, social competences, learning and self-esteem are promoted.

    The applicant will develop his research work under the direction of a tutor under the modality of tutoring, in which each hour of teaching assistance will correspond eight hours of independent work of the student, either directed reading or research work. The teaching assistance can be done in the distance mode, however, the face-to-face modality of not less than 10% of the accompaniment hours is mandatory.

    Likewise, the students of the doctoral program will design and implement research projects with the accompaniment of the teaching staff and the collaboration of prestigious universities, research centers and national and international experts. This management of research and the transfer of knowledge is linked to the strategic guidelines of INTEC, particularly with the strengthening of research and innovation, while collaborating with the positioning of the university in energy management for sustainable development in the Latin American and Caribbean context.

  • Academic coordination

    Dr. Felix Santos | Coordinator

    Graduated as Mechanical Engineer in the Faculty of Mechanics, Central University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas (UCLV), Villa Clara, Cuba, in the year 1992. With teaching status of Professor Titular from 2006. Graduated with a Doctorate in Thermotechnology, obtained in 1999, in the same University. And, in 2006, with Posdoctorado in Turbomáquinas, of the University of Liège, Belgium.

    With 25 years linked to undergraduate teaching, he teaches subjects related to Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics, Turbomachinery, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Environmental Energy Sustainability. He has received a large number of postgraduate courses related to flow machines, energy efficiency, renewable energies and environmental protection. He has received courses in educational management and direction.

    He has been linked to research for more than 25 years. In the last 5 years he has participated as a principal investigator in several projects. He has several publications in high impact journals. He has participated in the organization of several national and international scientific events. He has presented speeches and lectures on renewable energy, energy efficiency and environmental protection in international events in countries such as Cuba, Mexico, Guadeloupe, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Spain, Costa Rica, Brazil and South Korea.

    He has directed more than 20 research projects funded by prestigious institutions and national and international organizations of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Belgium, Spain, Italy, England, Germany, Sweden, Canada, among others.

    He worked for 12 years as Director of the Center for Energy Studies and Environmental Technologies CEETA, at the Central University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas, Santa Clara, Cuba.

  • Admission requirements

    1. Possess a master's degree with research orientation with a minimum index of three (3.00) points on a scale of four (4.0) or eighty (80) points on the 100 scale.
    2. Complete the admission form, available online at: admisiones.intec.edu.do
    3. Deposit in the Admissions Department the required documents and the receipt of payment of the admission application and the payment of the postgraduate admission test for doctorate level.
    4. Obtain the minimum approval score in the entrance exam for the programs of the graduate level.
    5. Interview with the Program Coordinator.
    6. All those requirements considered indispensable according to the nature and orientation of the program, approved by the Academic Council.

    Dominican graduate of Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Record of the original master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Dominican graduate of foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Photocopy of master's degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original master's notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    Graduated from INTEC

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Record grade at the original master's level legalized at the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or ELASH 108-120 or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Foreigner graduated from a foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Photocopy of master's degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original master's notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

    Foreigner graduated from Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Record of the original master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

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  • Presentation

    The PhD program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development, aims to promote synergies between graduate-level training, scientific research and INTEC mission focus.

    This model considers as a fundamental input the needs of the Dominican society, the productive sector and the State, related to the issue of energy: generation, transport and use of energy. Specifically, for the requirements of professional development and solve problems that merit being addressed from the perspective of research, promoting changes towards sustainable models.

    Doctoral students, in their thesis or research projects, develop research topics in conjunction with the teaching staff and through interaction with national and international experts, obtaining results that respond to national and regional problems in their field.

    Under this conceptualization, the process of training and the functionality of INTEC as Dominican University is transformed. The solution of real problems provides an educational challenge in the training of PhD students.

  • General Purpose

    To train highly qualified professionals in the energy - environmental area, with the theoretical and practical skills and the use of advanced technology tools, which allow solving problems in an innovative way aimed at achieving positive impacts in energy management for development sustainable in the Dominican Republic.

    Specific objectives:

    • Implement a model of training in research, which contributes to raising skills in the use of scientific methods aimed at solving problems, in the field of energy management for sustainable development.
    • Link students to interdisciplinary research that contributes to the solution of complex problems.
    • Use cooperative current scientific and technological progress and innovative methods of energy assessment and environmental quality to achieve cleaner and safer production.
    • • Develop academic skills and modes of action that lead to changes towards sustainable models.
  • Participant profile

    The Doctorate program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development is aimed at professionals with a master's degree, who, due to their academic training, have a level of knowledge in the field of Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics.

    Professionals with a master's degree with the following profile may enter:

    • Degree graduates in Mechanical Engineering, Electromechanical, Thermoenergetic, Chemical Engineer, Industrial Engineer, Bachelor in Chemistry, Bachelor of Physics or related careers.
    • Postgraduate level graduates, specialization, in renewable energy, energy efficiency, or decision making in the evaluation of technologies or energy scenarios, which endorse knowledge in the area of ​​the program.
  • Curricular design

    For its design, the best practices and main trends of the doctoral training models, already standardized at an international level, have been considered, among them are:

    1. Flexibility and compatibility of the credit system and degrees.
    2. Promotion of cooperation.
    3. Permanent learning.
    4. New teaching methodologies
    5. Diversification of financing funds.

    The program has been structured with a high component in scientific research. Its conception ensures high training based on independent work, the use of advanced research methods and tools, and the production of new knowledge and technologies.

    The study plan must be obtained within a period of no less than three (3) years after admission to the program and a maximum period of five (5) years to obtain a doctor's degree. There is the possibility of extending twice that period of time if necessary, in case of receiving the extension of time must pay the corresponding credits.

    In addition, the applicant must complete all 104 credits, of which 96 credits correspond to the compulsory activities (30 credits to training activities and 74 credits to research activities), plus 8 credits in elective and free activities.

    The plan of academic activities is composed of:

    1. Mandatory activities
    2. Elective activities
    3. Free activities

    Compulsory activities: advanced courses related to the central objectives of the program or linked to generic postgraduate competences. With the exception of four (4) subjects all the activities are obligatory.

    Elective activities: four (4) elective subjects will be offered, with a total of 16 credits, Elective I (two subjects of 4 credits each) and Electiva II (two subjects with 4 credits each), which can be chosen according to interest or relationship with your specific training or individual projects.

    Free activities: The student who requires some specific complementary training, that is not offered in the program, can take a course of 40 hours, equivalent to 4 credits, given by a doctor in a program of research masters or doctorate outside the scope of the program , including other universities with recognized training programs in the national and international scope.

  • Description of the study plan

    The study plan is divided into two periods, which in turn are divided by training blocks.

    1. Teaching period or applicant school, made up of the following blocks:
      • Theoretical-methodological training.
      • Compliance with complementary training requirements.
    2. Research period or doctoral training, made up of the following blocks:
      • Compliance with complementary research requirements.
      • Minimum of doctorate.
      • Partial thesis activities.
      • Thesis activities.
  • Study plan

    The PhD program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development, aims to promote synergies between graduate-level training, scientific research and INTEC mission focus.

    This model considers as a fundamental input the needs of the Dominican society, the productive sector and the State, related to the issue of energy: generation, transport and use of energy. Specifically, for the requirements of professional development and solve problems that merit being addressed from the perspective of research, promoting changes towards sustainable models.

    Doctoral students, in their thesis or research projects, develop research topics in conjunction with the teaching staff and through interaction with national and international experts, obtaining results that respond to national and regional problems in their field.

    Under this conceptualization, the process of training and the functionality of INTEC as Dominican University is transformed. The solution of real problems provides an educational challenge in the training of PhD students.

  • research activities

    The investigation is organized by:

    1. Investigation groups.
    2. Lines of investigation.

    Investigation groups:

    1. Energy efficiency.
    2. Renewable energy.
    3. Energy Planning.
    4. Numerical methods applied to energy management.

    Research line: Energy.

    Scientific-technological activities / research topics and / or technological development by research groups.

  • Graduation profile

    The graduate and the graduate of the Doctorate Program in Energy Management for Sustainable Development will demonstrate the following competences:

    • Perform transdisciplinary analysis in the processes of Research, Development and Innovation (R & D + i), which contribute to the solution of complex problems related to energy management for sustainable development.
    • Manage and / or direct the activity of scientific research in the university, business or research centers.
    • Confront creatively the development, selection, exploitation and evaluation of equipment and technologies.
    • Teaching, at the highest level, both undergraduate and postgraduate.
    • Perform management tasks of companies and projects.
  • Accompaniment to the participant

    Peer tutoring is established, in the pursuit of personalized and comprehensive academic development of the student, the development of basic skills for academic performance, social competences, learning and self-esteem are promoted.

    The applicant will develop his research work under the direction of a tutor under the modality of tutoring, in which each hour of teaching assistance will correspond eight hours of independent work of the student, either directed reading or research work. The teaching assistance can be done in the distance mode, however, the face-to-face modality of not less than 10% of the accompaniment hours is mandatory.

    Likewise, the students of the doctoral program will design and implement research projects with the accompaniment of the teaching staff and the collaboration of prestigious universities, research centers and national and international experts. This management of research and the transfer of knowledge is linked to the strategic guidelines of INTEC, particularly with the strengthening of research and innovation, while collaborating with the positioning of the university in energy management for sustainable development in the Latin American and Caribbean context.

  • Academic coordination

    Dr. Felix Santos | Coordinator

    Graduated as Mechanical Engineer in the Faculty of Mechanics, Central University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas (UCLV), Villa Clara, Cuba, in the year 1992. With teaching status of Professor Titular from 2006. Graduated with a Doctorate in Thermotechnology, obtained in 1999, in the same University. And, in 2006, with Posdoctorado in Turbomáquinas, of the University of Liège, Belgium.

    With 25 years linked to undergraduate teaching, he teaches subjects related to Hydraulics, Fluid Mechanics, Turbomachinery, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy and Environmental Energy Sustainability. He has received a large number of postgraduate courses related to flow machines, energy efficiency, renewable energies and environmental protection. He has received courses in educational management and direction.

    He has been linked to research for more than 25 years. In the last 5 years he has participated as a principal investigator in several projects. He has several publications in high impact journals. He has participated in the organization of several national and international scientific events. He has presented speeches and lectures on renewable energy, energy efficiency and environmental protection in international events in countries such as Cuba, Mexico, Guadeloupe, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Spain, Costa Rica, Brazil and South Korea.

    He has directed more than 20 research projects funded by prestigious institutions and national and international organizations of Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Belgium, Spain, Italy, England, Germany, Sweden, Canada, among others.

    He worked for 12 years as Director of the Center for Energy Studies and Environmental Technologies CEETA, at the Central University "Marta Abreu" of Las Villas, Santa Clara, Cuba.

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  • Admission requirements

    1. Possess a master's degree with research orientation with a minimum index of three (3.00) points on a scale of four (4.0) or eighty (80) points on the 100 scale.
    2. Complete the admission form, available online at: admisiones.intec.edu.do
    3. Deposit in the Admissions Department the required documents and the receipt of payment of the admission application and the payment of the postgraduate admission test for doctorate level.
    4. Obtain the minimum approval score in the entrance exam for the programs of the graduate level.
    5. Interview with the Program Coordinator.
    6. All those requirements considered indispensable according to the nature and orientation of the program, approved by the Academic Council.

    Dominican graduate of Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Record of the original master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Dominican graduate of foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Photocopy of master's degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original master's notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate, certified and legalized.
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    Graduated from INTEC

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy of the identity card of both sides.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Record grade at the original master's level legalized at the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. (If it does not correspond to INTEC)
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or ELASH 108-120 or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Foreigner graduated from a foreign university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Photocopy university degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original university notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Photocopy of master's degree apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Record of original master's notes apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic and legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT. See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

    Foreigner graduated from Dominican university

    • Admission request
    • Photocopy passport.
    • Certification and copy of university degree legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Certification and record of original university notes legalized by the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Photocopy of the master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Record of the original master's degree legalized in the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology MESCyT.
    • Medical certificate for academic purposes (with the name as it is on the identity card)
    • Two front photos 2x2.
    • Receipt of Payment of the right to admission (non-refundable)
    • Original birth certificate apostilled / legalized Dominican Consulate and Chancellery in the Dominican Republic See "Important Notes" at the bottom of the page
    • Two letters of academic recommendation on a stamped sheet and stamped by the issuing institution.
    • Essay with motivations to enter the program and line of research to work, minimum of 2 pages.
    • Payment and registration ELASH test (or 108-120 ELASH or TOEFL 450-500). Intermediate English level.
    • Interview with the coordination of the program to which it applies

    Important notes

    - Documents that are not in Spanish must be translated.
    Legalizations
    • Member countries of the Hague Convention: If the country of emission belongs to the Hague Convention, it must make the apostille of the documents and their translations into Spanish in the competent institution of that country.
    • Countries that do NOT belong to the Hague Convention: If the country of issue is NOT within the Hague Convention, you must legalize the documents and their Spanish translations at the Dominican Consulate / Embassy of the country where they were issued and then by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Dominican Republic.
    • If the translation is done in the Dominican Republic, it must be done by a judicial interpreter and legalized in the Attorney General Office of the Dominican Republic.

    To apply for the tariff in Dominican pesos:
    • You can send a proof of residence issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MIREX) and that it shows that it is valid for 4 years or more.
    • Foreigners with Dominican parents, must deliver the original birth certificate of any of them.

  • Contact us

    Postgraduate Promotion Unit:
    Phone: 809-567-9271 - Ext 369
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Description of the program

Lizaira Bello

Postgraduate Level Coordinator of the Area of ​​Basic and Environmental Sciences

Felix Santos, PhD.

Coordinator
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