PhD training can take of full-time, correspondence or individual preparation way in the Antal Kerpely Doctoral School of Materials Science and Technologies. The successful completion of the course is demonstrated by the absolutorium (a certificate which contains in detail the
fulfilled subjects and other requirements). After getting this certificate a doctoral examination has to be started, the dissertation has to be submitted and defenced. Upon successful completion of these and other conditions (e.g. language proficiency, publication, etc.) a doctoral degree may be awarded.
The Antal Kerpely Doctoral School of Materials Science and Technologies provides opportunities for doctoral studies in the following areas:
For more information in connection with these topics can be found on the Themes page.
The details of the application procedure and the requirements for admission can be seen on the Doctoral Training/Admission page.
The educational plan of the Doctoral School can be viewed in the Education plan document.
Students have to fulfill a number of study obligations in addition to completing research work. The PhD students have to make a report on the results of their research work in a research seminar at the end of each semester, and take exams on subjects. The research
work, exams and publications have credits, until the end of the course must be collected 240.
Another condition in addition to the credits required is that every PhD student has to write two articles in prestigous journals of which first author is the PhD student.
The doctoral course can be divided into two parts: first phase is training and research part, and another one is research and dissertation part. The sections of each semester are described below.
Other information in connection with the PhD student’s tasks can be read in the PhD Training Booklet.
Other information of the PhD course can be reached on the following sides: