Information Science and Technology PhD (doctoral) course in English

 

Doctoral regulations of the University of Miskolc

Current thesis topic proposals:

https://doktori.hu/index.php?menuid=116&lang=EN&num=39

 

Structure of the programme

Curriculum

Admission requirements

Course list

Course descriptions

Doctoral School Regulations

Brochure

CVs of lecturers

 

The doctoral school offers the opportunity to pursue a doctoral degree to those with a master's degree who are interested in research and development in applied and theoretical computer science. The doctoral school deals with three main topic areas: applied computer science, information technology for pro­duction engineering (including measuring and control engineering information systems), and material flow systems (information technology for logistics). The doctoral programme can be undertaken through a course-based structure or independently. The doctoral school deals with three main topic areas:

 

Career opportunities:

Research  engineer on almost any field of Information Technology fields (software development, programming, OS and databases ). Graduates are able to carry out and coordinate research and development tasks in computer science.  Academic and teaching positions in higher education.

 

Name of the degree: Phd in Computer Science Engineering

Language of the program: English

Duration of the Study Program: 8 semesters

 

Pre-evaluation procedure

Please note, that the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Informatics asks candidates to submit the following documents both to Dr. Samad Dadvandipour (dr.samad@uni-miskolc.hu) and Dr. László Kovács (kovacs@iit.uni-miskolc.hu) in order to pre-evaluate them and to be able to find a competent supervisor:

 

1. Copy of original master's degree (OR provisional diploma), (scanned clearly with signature and stamp);

2. Copy of original transcript (scanned clearly with signature and stamp);

3. Recommendation letter at least from three professors OR letter of nomination as PhD student confirmed by the Ministry of Higher Education of his / her Country (scanned clearly with signature and stamp);

4. Cover letter declaring the applicants’ motivation and summary of proposals towards the PhD study (TO BE INNOVATIVE);

5. Applicants’ complete CV;

6. Certificate of English language at least intermediate level (scanned clearly with signature and stamp).

 

The Faculty Coordinators check all documents and if they find them to be acceptable, the supervisor is being chosen.

The supervisor gets in touch with the applicant and if they find it possible to cooperate, the applicant can participate in an entrance examination.

In case the entrance examination is successful, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Informatics suggests the applicant to submit their application for a Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship.