Form of study
Full-time
Type of study
Doctoral
Awarded title
You get the title Ph.D.
Standard length of study
4 years
Language of study
Czech
Open Day
Place of study
Teaching takes place in Pardubice
Date of Entrance Exam
1. – 11. 9. 2021

Doctoral study in Philosophy allows students to pursue independent work and original research in Philosophy. In addition to focusing on general ethical and political problems, students are also encouraged to study current and relevant topics, such as attitudes towards marginalised groups and topics including populism, nationalism, religious conflict, and climate change. Students will formulate their own research projects, present the results of their research at home and abroad – with ample funding opportunities for travel – and publish in domestic and foreign publications.

Within the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, the Centre for Ethics as Study in Human Value, which is supported by a major multi-year EU-funded grant, brings together a group of international researchers in ethics and political philosophy to work on issues surrounding the distinctive value of human life. The Centre also boasts a specialised dedicated library with more than 6000 books.

All PhD students are expected to spend at least three months studying abroad. This will expose them to a dynamic international student community, both in the department and abroad. The department and Centre have working links with partner institutions including King’s College London, the University of Melbourne, the University of Uppsala, Åbo Akademi, and the University of Genoa. The working language of the PhD programme and of the Centre is English and applicants should have a good grasp of academic English. No knowledge of Czech is required.

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20. 7. 2021 - 20. 8. 2021
2. kolo přijímacího řízení

Fakulta filozofická Univerzity Pardubice vypisuje 2. kolo přijímacího řízení pro akademický rok 2021/22. Přihlášky přijímáme do 20. 8. 2021. Druhé kolo je vypisováno v těchto studijních programech:

Bakalářské studium: Ochrana hmotných památek (Historie), Německý jazyk pro odbornou praxi; Religionistika; Sociální a kulturní antropologie 

Navazující magisterské studium  všechny studijní programy

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