For foreign students there is one alternative to get involved in the activities: participating in part-time training.
"Interdisciplinarity is a major feature of our Doctoral School, as almost all sub-disciplines of Health Sciences are represented within the eligible research areas.
Our mission is to provide support to our students in their research field assisting them with their scientific work, publishing novel results, international dissemination and getting acquainted with the most recent protocols and methods. The school motivates PhD students to take part in national and international project applications. Through our international contacts we give our PhD students opportunity for mobility and to gain experience abroad and to expand their scientific contacts.
The PhD students are involved in the scientific research of the supervisors and scientific members of the Doctoral School. The research topics are continuously being expanded due to the new results achieved by the PhD students. These novel results will be integrated into the research topics."
Programme structure: Frontiers of Health Sciences, Cardiovascular Health Sciences, Treatment of Locomotive Disorders, Perinatal Health Sciences, Human Reproduction, Oncology - Health Sciences Website
Graduation Requirements: Students must achieve 180 credits from different modules, and fullfill the publication requirements covering the area of dissertation, pass the Doctoral Examination, prepare the PhD dissertation and defend it.
For a successful application please follow the steps below:
Master's degree (MSc) in a relevant field and agreement for co-operation between the doctoral candidate and supervisor