Mgr. Lucie Přikrylová
PhD study coordinator - Research and Projects Office
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Tuition fees: 0 EUR per study year (2 semesters).
Preconditions for admission to a doctoral study programme include proper completion of master’s studies. The Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University complies with the provisions of Sections 48, 49 and 50 of Act No. 111/1998 Sb., the Higher Education Act, as amended, and will define passing an entrance exam as another condition for admission. Applications are decided by the faculty’s dean on the proposal of an admission committee, which recommends the applicant on the basis of the entrance examination results, subject to the affirmative opinion of the relevant doctoral board.
On the basis of admissions, only applicants who have completed master’s studies may be admitted for doctoral studies.
Admissions to doctoral study programmes take place twice a year: at the end of the spring term (studies commence in the autumn term) and at the end of the autumn term (studies commence in the spring term).
If the applicant does not have the documents specified above at the time of submitting the application, they may supply them additionally, but no later than on the day of enrolment in the study.
The entrance examination for all PhD programmes at FEA MU takes place in two rounds.
In Round 1, the Admissions Committee assesses the written materials submitted.
Round 2 takes the form of an expert discussion/interview on the submitted dissertation project and selected research focus before the Admission Committee (without electronic presentation) in the range of a maximum of 30 minutes.
The Admissions Committee assesses the professional interest and level, motivation, knowledge in the field and overall readiness of the applicant for doctoral studies.
The entrance interview is held in person.
Competence in English is required at level C1 of the European Classification and is assessed by the Admissions Committee on the basis of submitted materials (1st round) and in a professional discussion, which is partly conducted in English (2nd round), according to the required standards of the programme.
Detailed information can be found in Conditions for admission to doctoral study programmes at the Faculty of Economics and Administration.
Applicants with various types of disabilities are assisted by the Assistance Centre for Students with Specific Needs – Teiresiás.
The centre can offer assistance to people with sense impairments or physical disabilities, chronically ill people, people with mental problems or specific learning difficulties. The centre provides assistance to these people, ranging from services of the personal assistance control centre through a wide range of aids, to consultancy and a separate university-wide study department.
Students can ask for assistance at entrance examinations at the time of completing an e-application. For more information about the centre, visit www.teiresias.muni.cz. You can contact the centre at email@example.com.