Economics and Management

 
Degree: PhD
University: Czech University of Life Sciences Prague , Faculty: Faculty of Economics and Management
City: Prague , Country: Czech Republic
Discipline: Business & Economics
 
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  • Start Date of Studies September
  • Admission deadline Exchange Students:15 June for the Winter Semester, 15 December for the Summer Semester; Degree Students: 15 February
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  • Programme Description

    Programme Description

    * General criteria

    The studies in doctoral study programme (DSP) are designed for graduates who accomplished their studies with the state examination in the specialization continued in their doctoral programme or in another related area of interest. The primary objective of the doctoral study programme is to provide graduates with skills in scientific research by carrying out and defending their doctoral dissertation, through publications and other forms of presentations of their research including assigned tests and examinations and a state doctoral examination. DSP graduates obtain the academic title of "Doctor of Philosophy" ( Ph.D., used behind the name).

    2. Forms of DSP studies

    The studies in doctoral study programmes are organized in a full-time form and a combined form. The standard period of the programme is three years in both cases.

    2.1. Full-time form of DSP
    is the primary form of the doctoral programme and also the main occupation of the course participant. The students are in a position of university students - it means certain advantages such as cheaper public transport, catering at students canteen, etc. Czech students, as well as foreign students studying in the Czech or in the English Languages who had obtained government scholarships according to bilateral agreements are provided the scholarship and they do not pay tuition fees. Candidates for the full-time form are admitted to the programme on the basis of their results of the admission procedure.

    2.2. Combined form of DSP
    is a form of doctoral programme designed especially for candidates who have already been emloyed or for employees of the faculty, who, however, remain in their existing positions. Candidates for the combined form are admitted on the basis of an admission procedure.

 
 
 

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