”Research and development activities at the Faculty of Chemistry BUT are built upon high-quality laboratory equipment and computer technology. Experienced researchers with a background in many different areas of chemistry are essential to the process. They transfer their expert knowledge and experience to the younger generation of researchers – our doctoral programmes graduates – that grows bigger and stronger every year.“
doc. Mgr. Martin Vala, Ph.D.
Vice-dean for doctoral studies, international relations and project-based activities
The study is charged.
The tuition fee is 2.000 EUR per academic year.
It is necessary to apply for accommodation.
We cannot confirm accommodation until we have all the necessary information about the student/trainee.
See more information about our doctoral study programmes.
The master’s degree is an essential requirement in order to continue in the doctoral study programme.
Applications for 20/21 are open in three possible terms
1st term: 15.2.2020 – 30.4.2020; an entrance exam is held 5.6.2020
2nd term: 1.7. 2020 – 15.9.2020; an entrance exam is held 9.10.2020
3rd term: 1.11.2020 – 15.1.2021; an entrance exam is held 22.1.2021
Before you apply, it is necessary to read the details of the proper study programme/branch/topic in the catalogue. Students upload their CV and motivation letter into the electronic application form. Students should select a topic offered by a particular tutor for their doctoral thesis.
Following documents must be scanned and e-mailed to the Faculty of Chemistry:
- Passport photo (scanned and e-mailed)
- Medical certificate for work in the chemical laboratory = it confirms that you are healthy and able to work in the lab (= no allergies, asthma, epilepsy etc.) in Czech, Slovak, English or German – scanned and e-mailed, or sent by mail
- Diploma (a verified copy) – master’s degree
- Diploma supplement (the list of courses)
Responsibility: Ing. Michal Urbánek