Ph.D. in Applied Informatics
Czech Technical University in Prague
Prague 6, Czech Republic
4 - 5 years
Full time, Part time
CZK 1,000 / per year
Earliest start date
The Doctoral Program at FNSPE CTU
The Doctoral Program in Applications of Natural Sciences and in Mathematical Engineering is open to graduates holding a Master's Degree who want to extend their scholarly qualification in a relevant field of study.
The research-oriented program provides in-depth training for a high level of professional competence in the chosen area (see below) and the ability to develop and use independently the professional knowledge and skills gained in research.
The aim of the Ph.D. course is to prepare students for both fundamental and applied research in informatics with a view to other disciplines of science understood to be a creative inspiration for research and development of new structures and algorithms and their final implementation. The core of theoretical courses comprises selected topics of numerical methods, mathematical statistics, and modeling of physical, chemical, biological, biomedical, and economic phenomena. Students are directed towards presenting their research results at international conferences and publishing them in professional periodicals on informatics and application fields.
Step by step guide to the Application Procedure
The candidate for admission must have completed a relevant Master Programme (or Continuation Master Programme) and successfully passed an examination in mathematics, physics, or chemistry (as appropriate), in courses related to the elected branch of study/specialization, and in the English language.
- Submission of requested documentation;
- Contacting possible supervisors and choosing the topic of the doctoral thesis;
- Submission of application;
- Validation Of Foreign University Education And Qualifications;
- Entrance interview.
Other useful information
The deadline for applications is usually twice a year and is announced regularly. In the application, the applicant should state, among other things, the chosen study program and considered the topic of the doctoral thesis (also referred to as dissertation).
The duration of the Ph.D. program is four years in the full-time form or five years in the combined (part-time) form.
The application must be accompanied by:
- Curriculum vitae;
- Documents verifying previously completed education and professional experience (if applicable). Degrees, diplomas, and documents obtained abroad must be officially validated;
- A list of published works and other results of professional activity; any form of their assessment would be appreciated.