Faculty: Faculty of Sciences
Duration of training: 4 years
Language of instruction: Hungarian and English
Program Director: Professor Hebling János
The Doctoral School of Physics covers the fields that are the subjects of research in the Institute of Physics. There is a strong collaboration between the doctoral school and three institutes of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences: Institute for Solid State Physics, Institute for Technical Physics and Material Science, and the KFKI Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics, as well as several international scientific collaborators and local industrial partners.
Admission: The applicant must hold a Master's degree (MA, MSc) in a relevant field and has to take an oral interview.
Application procedure: Applicants are required to fill in the application form that should be sent to the international coordinator:
Phone:+36 72 503-600/24283
University of Pécs, Faculty of Sciences
Students need to attach the following documents as well:
- Curriculum Vitae
- Official copies of (Degree ) Certificate plus certified translation in English
- Transcript of records in English
- Two letters of recommendation
- List of Publications (if any)
The PhD School has four programmes:
- Quantum Optics
- Nonlinear Optics
- Laser physics, Industrial Laser Applications
- Nuclear and Particle Physics
For the detailed description of research activity, topics and courses, visit our webpage or consult us.
Graduation Requirements: Students have to collect 180 credits by taking regular courses, teaching and research activity. They have to publish two papers in accepted international journals (with impact factor). They have to pass the Doctoral Examination, prepare the PhD Dissertation and defend it.
|Deadline for application||Tuition fee||Application fee|
|May 31 and October 31||EUR 3,000 per semester||EUR 140|
For more information, please contact:
Phone: +36 72 503-600/24283
Faculty of Sciences
University of Pécs
Ifjúság útja 6.