Aneca profesor ayudante doctor
Salaried assistant professor
The Committees preferentially value the postdoctoral merits of “Research experience” and “Teaching experience” in accordance with the priority established in the Resolution of the DGU of February 18, 2005. The activities and merits included in the sections “Academic training and professional experience” and “Other merits” are also valued.
If you are interested in applying for accreditation for the position of Assistant Professor Doctor (PAD), our team will help you throughout the process, we will perform an initial evaluation of your CV, always in accordance with the criteria set by ANECA and based on objective metrics, we will offer you advice on the merits that your CV meets and, finally, we will guide you in the form of argumentation before the committee.
As we know that this is an important step, we will be in direct contact with you at all times during the ANECA accreditation process. To prepare your PAD accreditation, we will perform the following tasks:
Analysis and evaluation of the CV, as well as recommendations for its improvement according to the PAP categorySearch for signs of quality of the most relevant publications of your scientific careerWe select your most relevant publications according to the criteria established by ANECA for the PEPA programAdvice on the merits fulfilled by the applicant for the category of Assistant Professor DoctorAdvice when writing the self-evaluation field, one of the main points for the application for accreditationEstablishment of a table of criteria to see the degree of fulfillment of each meritWe evaluate the probabilities of granting accreditation to PAP: very high, high, medium, lowIf the estimation of concession allows it, the incorporation of data and documents in ANECA’s PEP application can be contracted.
If you have completed a doctorate and you are thinking about your future, you should know that, to be a university teacher, you must have the Aneca Accreditation. We tell you what it is and what you have to do to get it, read on and don’t miss it!
Thus, if you are trying to start your career as a university teacher, you should know that obtaining the Aneca accreditation is essential for any professional who wants to work in this field.
To apply for accreditation, it is a prerequisite to hold a university doctorate degree and, at the same time, be able to demonstrate a track record as an academic. Based on this, an evaluation is carried out that assesses different aspects such as scientific publications published by the candidate, participation in research projects, presentations at conferences and other professional merits within the academic and research career.
The Aneca Accreditation is processed telematically through the electronic headquarters of the Ministry of Education. This procedure is permanently open, so it is not necessary to wait for periodic calls.
USER MANUAL (PEP Program) FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (PEP Program) Resolution of technical incidents: Link: Incidents Recovery of old CV application: Link: Manual for resume retrieval Line skip Access to old application: Link: Access to the application (old application, ONLY CONSULTATION)
Procedure for obtaining the evaluation of the National Agency for Quality Assessment and Accreditation, and its certification, for the purpose of hiring university teaching and research staff.
To participate in this call it is necessary to hold the title of Doctor. If the degree is in the process of homologation, the evaluation may be requested. However, the evaluation will not take effect until the degree is effectively homologated.
Links of interest: Access security information It will be necessary to be in possession of DNI or NIE Links of interest: Obtaining an electronic certificateLine skip Cl@ve registration (Pin Key and Permanent Key)Line skip Activate Cl@ve PermanentLine skip Cl@ve on-site registration Cl@veLine skip What is Cl@ve? Link: Incidents Link: ANECA Help Guide Email: More information on this procedure is available on the ANECA PEP Program page.
The academic world has a double aspect: teaching and research. There are centers that prioritize one of these aspects, requiring academics working in these centers to make an additional effort in this aspect to the detriment of the other. Similarly, there are centers that divide their academics between researchers (exempt from teaching, or with a very reduced teaching load) and teachers (with a very high load of subjects to teach). However, the vast majority of academics must divide their time between both tasks.
Faced with this dual aspect, it is easy to feel disoriented at the beginning of an academic career: should I focus on research or should I teach some classes? How much teaching should I do? What kind? And perhaps scariest of all, will I know how to do it?
Here, we will discuss how much time it is advisable to devote to teaching. Elsewhere we will discuss other aspects of teaching such as the types of courses you might teach, teacher training, quality assessments, and teaching-related conferences and publications.