This doctoral degree study programme is aimed at a systematic preparation of highly qualified experts in the field of general and comparative Slavistics and Linguistics of Slavic languages, who will be capable of independent and creative research work and professional employment in specialized university workplaces or in one of the research institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences which focus on scientific research or pedagogical work in the field of of Slavic philology, or in similarly focused cultural institutions.
The framework for the content of the studies is the scientific research orientation of the place of study, in this case general and comparative Slavonic studies, Russian studies and linguistics of smaller Slavic languages (Bulgarian, Croatian , Macedonian, Polish, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Sorbian and Ukrainian studies).
The basic form of doctoral studies is, in addition to the completion of compulsory preparatory general methodological and professional theoretical courses, an individual and systematic preparation for creative and expert work in the studied field under the individual supervision of an accredited supervisor.
Graduates of the doctoral study program have necessary knowledge in the field of general scientific methodology, a deep knowledge of the subject of their specialization, and in addition to English also another world or Slavic language.
Graduates are able to use this knowledge in specialized university workplaces (in humanities-focused universities) or in one of the research institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences focused on scientific research or pedagogical work in the field of the Slavic philology. They can also become highly qualified workers in the field of culture, translation or media.
There are no supervisors recorded for this study programme.
|Provided by||Faculty of Arts|
|Type of studies|
|Standard length of studies||4 years|
|Language of instruction||Czech|
|Doctoral board and doctoral committees|
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Mgr. Pavel Pilch, Ph.D.