Application deadline for Doctoral Studies /15. 5./
The University of Economics, Prague offers 15 doctoral study programmes in English at its 6 faculties. Applicants can choose from two modes of study: full-time or a combination of full-time and part-time (combined studies). All the information regarding study programmes can be found in the booklet Doctoral Studies Brochure. This booklet, together with the Study and Examination Rules, give students overview of the study requirements, as well as complete understanding of doctoral studies, which is the first step in a student’s research career.
The standard length of doctoral studies is three or four years depending on the study programme. In order to complete the doctoral studies, it is necessary to successfully pass four compulsory subjects in accordance with the requirements of the various faculties. In addition, the academic advisor recommends further two courses, taken from among the electives, to a student depending on their specialization. Students also have to publish the results of their research activities in reviewed, scientific magazines. After successfully completing their studies, students are required to pass a state doctoral examination, which is a prerequisite to defending the candidate’s doctoral dissertation.
Doctoral study programmes are offered to students from all over the world. Admission is conditional upon the proper completion of studies in a master’s study programme. Those who have completed their education abroad must have their master’s degrees recognized. It is also necessary to pass the entrance exams; each faculty has its own requirements that can be found in the booklet Information on the Procedure of Admission to Studies in the Doctoral Degree Programmes. The application form for admission to study is submitted electronically. The appendix to the application is submitted together with the required enclosures in written form. The application deadline for the 2019/2020 academic year is May 15, 2019.
The tuition fee for the studies in a doctoral programme carried out in a language other than Czech (“Programme for foreigners”) is 5 000 EUR per year.
All information about the admission’s procedure and tuition fees, the application form, information on the recognition of higher education and qualifications acquired abroad as well as an overview of the doctoral study programmes and offered topics can be found on this webpage.