|Application deadline:||May 15|
|Tuition fee:|| |
|Start date:||September 2013|
|Duration full-time:||36 months|
|Delivery mode:||On Campus|
|Project type:||Open, Predefined|
This branch is designed for students who have a deeper relationship with economic theory (microeconomics and macroeconomics). It focuses on training scientists and researchers, who will obtain a deep knowledge of the theoretical aspects, and will be able to apply this in practice in science, research, economics or in education.
The Doctoral study branch of Economic Policy is organized and guaranteed by the Department of Economic Policy. It is meant for those students who are interested in further work in science and research in all spheres of economic policy. Graduation from this branch of economic policy enables students to obtain positions in top research institutes, the scientific establishments in the controlling bodies of public administration institutions; in prospering commercial institutions and firms dealing with the analysis of all aspects (economic, social and political) of the national economy.
Regional Studies - Public AdministrationThe purpose of doctoral study branch of Regional Studies and Public Administration is to educate top-ranking professionals for the sphere of public administration at the level of central and regional bodies and to prepare professionals for scientific and research and pedagogic work in this discipline. The fact that regions as independent administration subjects represent one of the linchpins of present concept of the European Union, it is sounded by modern understanding of relation between political and economic processes, whose basic framework are the very regions and regional arrangement of Europe as such.
Structure of the course requirements for all branches All obligatory areas of study are evaluated in points, the points are an attempt to assess the approximate difficulty level of the obligatory study areas. (One point represents, roughly, 26 hours of work.) Students must obtain a total of 180 points in the structure prescribed below.Block A: Subjects common to the whole school: (total: 15 points) FIL901 Philosophy and Methodology of Science (5 points) MAE912 Microeconomics III (5 points) MAE913 Macroeconomics III (5 points) Block B: Subjects and branch-mandatory requirements (min. 80 points) The writing of a scientific paper and its publication in an impact journal (min. 20 points) Writing and publication in a Czech, or Slovak, journal(20 points) Drafting a piece, and its subsequent publication in a foreign journal (30 points) Presentation at the postgraduate workshop (3 points) Participation in a postgraduate workshop (3body) Teaching in Bachelor´s and Master's courses (36 points) Block C: Subjects and their requirements; branch optional (the remainder up to total 140 points) Completing the elective subjects in the relevant branches Writing and publishing a further scientific paper in an impact journal (in a Czech or Slovak journal: 25 points; publication in a foreign journal; 35 points) Writing and publishing scientific articles in peer-reviewed [non-impact] journals (publication in a Czech or Slovak journal; 15 points; publication in foreign journals 20 points) Participation in, and making a contribution to, conferences (in Czech or Slovak; 1 point; in a foreign language; 2 points) Presentation at a postgraduate workshop (1 point) The course in Bachelor's and Master's programme (90 min / week 3 points) Management Bachelor's thesis (1 point) Being tutor to first year Bachelor´s students (for one semester, 1 point) Active participation in local grants (1 point) Active participation in foreign grants (3 points) Annual evaluation of the student trainer (0-10 points)
Admission to a Doctoral Study Programme is conditional upon the proper completion of studies in a Masters´Study Programme. The Master´s Diploma must be recognized in the Czech Republic. Applicants are admitted to the Doctoral Study Programme on the basis of their entrance examinations results and subject to the availability of suitable supervisors.
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