Admission to the Doctoral's Study Programme
Doctoral degree programmes are designed for master’s degree holders and focused on scientific research and independent creative activities in research and development. The Faculty provides all doctoral study programmes for foreign students in the Czech and English language. The conditions for foreign students taking courses in Czech language are the same as for Czech students and no tuition fee is required. Study in Czech language is free of charge. It is necessary though to keep in mind that Czech is not an easy language to master for native speakers of other than Slavonic languages. To be able to study in Czech, international applicants are recommended to have completed at least the B1 level of Czech to succeed in studying in Czech. Study in English is subject to a fee.
We offer three Doctoral's degree programmes in English: Applied Mechanics, Machines and Equipment Design and Technologies and Materials.
Rules of Admission Procedure and Conditions for Admission for a. y. 2023/2024
Eligibility: Recognized tertiary education (Master’s degree) as prescribed by Act. No. 49/2009, Coll. (not necessary for applicants from Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany, and Slovenia) | Entrance examination/interview
Deadline for Submitting the Application Form: 31 August 2023
Date of the Entrance Exam: will be announced after the closing date for applications
Fee for submitting of application form: 100 USD (online payment)
Ph.D. Thesis Topics 2023/2024
Ph.D. Thesis Topics for Study Programmes:
How to apply?
Completing the Application Form - Tutorial
To finish the application process, you must send scans of the following documents to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- confirmation of payment of the application fee,
- master diploma (provisional certificate),
- diploma supplement,
- copy of your passport,
- curriculum vitae,
- letter of motivation,
- list of paper already published if available,
- letter of recommendation written by the supervisor of your future PhD study from our university/faculty (a topic of your PhD study must be agreed in advance).