Transfer to the doctoral study programme
A person who has completed a specialist study programme in the field of Biomedicine and Healthcare or related fields with a minimum grade point average of 4.5 and the required number of ECTS credits can enrol in the correspondent semester of the doctoral study programme.
A person who has satisfied all the requirements of a specialist study programme or a postgraduate study programme in the Pharmaceutical or Medical-Biochemical Sciences, but who has not produced and defended a diploma thesis, with a minimum grade point average of 4.5 and the required number of ECTS credits can enrol in the correspondent semester of the doctoral study programme.
The Doctoral Study Programmes Council is responsible for checking whether the said requirements are met.
Applicants who have spent some time abroad involved in organised research training or at other biomedical faculties in the country can be granted admission to a postgraduate study programme if they meet the enrolment requirements prescribed by the curriculum. The Doctoral Study Programmes Council is responsible for deciding whether the completed programme can be recognised as equivalent to the Faculty’s doctoral study programme.
Based on the provisions of Article 14 Paragraph 2 of the Ordinance on Postgraduate Study Programmes at the Faculty of Pharmacy and Biochemistry (July 2007), the Doctoral Study Programmes Council is responsible for granting admission to the doctoral study programme and for determining the requirements that must be satisfied by applicants prior to submitting their doctoral thesis topic.