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Graduates of follow-up study programs may apply for admission to doctoral programs.

  • Doctoral studies last 4 years. The graduate is awarded the Ph.D.
  • Doctoral studies are available to study in full-time and combined form.
  • Doctoral studies can be studied in Czech or English.
  • Study consists of the study part completed by the state doctoral examination and the scientific-professional part focused on the processing of the dissertation thesis completed by its defense.
  • A single credit system compatible with the European Credit Transfer System for student mobility within European educational programs is used to quantify the progress of studies in the doctoral program.
  • The Vice-Dean for Science, Research and Doctoral Studies prof. Ing. Jana Hančlová is the guarantor of the doctoral studies.
  • Study matters are handled within a Department of Doctoral Studies by Ing. Michalíková Šárka.

Study programme Economics

Information for applicants

Doctoral programme in Economics welcomes all qualified applicants with Master´s degrees who have a strong interest in economic theory, econometric modelling, and applied economics. Graduates will be equipped with advanced knowledge of the history of economics, micro- and macroeconomics, international economics, and economic policy, and also important research skills for becoming a succesful researcher.
Detail information
Faculty Faculty of Economics
Type of study Doctoral
Language of instruction English
Code of the programme P0311D050004
Czech title of the programme Ekonomie
English title of the programme Economics
Regular period of the study 4 years
Coordinating department Department of Economics
Coordinator prof. Ing. Martin Macháček, Ph.D. et Ph.D.
Key words Economics
Economic analysis
General Economic Theory
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Contact:

Ing. Želasková Sylvie
Assistant for doctoral studies

Phone number: +420 597 322 019
Phone number: +420 597 322 001
E-mail: sylvie.zelaskova@vsb.cz

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