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Doctoral Studies in English

spravuje: Monika BystráPoslední změna: Pondělí 04.03.2013 13:33

Fee-paying full-time mode degree programmes accredited in English

 

English Language (Philology)

Literatures in English (Philology)

Education (Education) 

 

English Language (Degree Programme: Philology)

Section A: Eligibility Criteria

This fee-paying programme is open to those individuals holding a Master's degree in a field related to English philology (literature and/or linguistics) or teaching English (as either a first or second language) from an institution of higher education in the Czech Republic or abroad.

 

Section B: Terms of Admission

1. Submission of an electronic application in the Masaryk University Information System.

2. Submission of three letters of recommendation.

3. Submission of a copy of the applicants Master's Thesis (in English). If this is not available, an English-language summary of the thesis must be provided together with a minimum twenty page sample of the applicant's academic  or scholarly writing in English. Graduates of Masaryk University need not submit a copy, as their theses are available to the Doctoral Studies Committee via the Masaryk University Information System.

4. Submission of a research proposal for the doctoral dissertation (in English).

5. Submission of a statement of motivation to pursue a doctoral degree in the English Language at Masaryk University (in English).

6. Submission of an academic Curriculum Vitae (in English).

7. Demonstrate English-language skills at the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Language by submitting one of the following certificates (not more than one year old at the time of the submission of the application):

  • IELTS (minimum acceptable score: 8)
  • Certificate of Cambridge Proficiency in English with a mark of A or B
  • TEOFL (minimum acceptable IBT score: 96)
  • Graduates of colleges or universities located in English-speaking countries (e.g. the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean, Africa and Asia) need not submit test scores.

8. Receive a positive recommendation from the English Language Doctoral Studies, which is based on a complex evaluation of the materials set out in Items 1 to 7.

9. In addition, all applicants with foreign degrees (except as set out below) must submit their Master's degree for official recognition by the Czech Republic's Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. As this process ("nostrification") can take several months, it is recommended that applicants submit this paperwork concurrently with their application. Applicants without this official recognition are not permitted to enrol at the University. Detailed instructions can be found here: http://www.muni.cz/study/recognition/general

 

Literatures in English (Degree Programme: Philology)

Section A: Eligibility Criteria

This fee-paying degree programme is open to those individuals holding a Master's degree in a field related to English philology (literature and/or linguistics) or teaching English (as either a first or second language) from an institution of higher education in the Czech Republic or abroad.

 

Section B: Terms of Admission

1. Submission of an electronic application in the Masaryk University Information System.

2. Submission of three letters of recommendation.

3. Submission of a copy of the applicants Master's Thesis (in English). If this is not available, an English-language summary of the thesis must be provided together with a minimum twenty page sample of the applicant's academic  or scholarly writing in English. Graduates of Masaryk University need not submit a copy, as their theses are available to the Doctoral Studies Committee via the Masaryk University Information System.

4. Submission of a research proposal for the doctoral dissertation (in English).

5. A statement of motivation to pursue a doctoral degree in the Literatures in English at Masaryk University (in English).

6. Submission of an academic Curriculum Vitae (in English).

7. An English-language test score not more than one year old at the submission of the application from the following testing agencies:

  • IELTS (minimum acceptable score: 7.5)
  • TEOFL (minimum acceptable IBT score: 96)
  • Graduates of colleges or universities located in English-speaking countries (e.g. the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, the United States, Australia, New Zealand and the English-speaking countries of the Caribbean, Africa and Asia) need not submit test scores.

8. Receive a positive recommendation from the Literatures in English Doctoral Studies Committee, which is based on a complex evaluation of the materials set out in Items 1 to 7.

9. In addition, all applicants with foreign degrees (except as set out below) must submit their Master's degree for official recognition by the Czech Republic's Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. As this process ("nostrification") can take several months, it is recommended that applicants submit this paperwork concurrently with their application. Applicants without this official recognition are not permitted to enrol at the University. Detailed instructions can be found here: http://www.muni.cz/study/recognition/general

 

Education (Degree Programme: Education)

Section A: Eligibility Criteria

Only university graduates of Master's degree programmes with a corresponding or similar specialization can be admitted to the doctoral programme after passing an entrance examination.

 

Section B: Terms of Admission

1. Submission of an electronic application in the Masaryk University Information System.

2. Submission of a research proposal for the doctoral dissertation (in English).

3. Submission of a list of published works (if any).

4. Submission of an academic Curriculum Vitae (in English).

5. Submission of an officially attested copy of applicant's Master's degree (recognition of a foreign university degree, if applicable).

6. Demonstrate English-language skills at the C2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Language.

7. Receive a positive recommendation from the Education Doctoral Studies Commitee, which is based on an oral entrance examination and a complex evaluation of the materials set out in Items 1 to 5.

8. In addition, all applicants with foreign degrees (except as set out below) must submit their Master's degree for official recognition by the Czech Republic's Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. As this process ("nostrification") can take several months, it is recommended that applicants submit this paperwork concurrently with their application. Applicants without this official recognition are not permitted to enrol at the University. Detailed instructions can be found here: http://www.muni.cz/study/recognition/general

 

Contents of the oral entrance examination

1. The extent of preparedness for academic research.

2. Applicant's conception for the major specialization in terms of the studied subject.

3. The dissertation project.

4. Language skills.

 


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