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Information for applicants

M.A. Programs

The Department is involved in the following English programs:


Balkan, Eurasian and Central European Studies

International Masters in Economy State and Society (IMESS) (together with the consortium of leading European Universities headed by University College of London).

Ph.D. Programs

Institute of International Studies offers following doctoral programs:


International Area Studies

Modern History

Applications and admissions

Although the programs are accedited as Czech language based (several courses for Ph.D. students are in Czech), we also welcome the applicants from abroad with their dissertations written in English (other languages upon agreement). Studying in Czech language program is free from admission fee and full-time student receive a small fellowship (usually not enough for covering the living costs of the applicants).


Application form for full-time program International Area Studies

Application form for combined program International Area Studies

Application form for full-time program Modern History

Application form combined program Modern History

The Entrance examinations

The documents required for the exam

- Submitted application

- M.A. Studies (proved through verified copy of diploma or certificate about the recognition of diploma issued by Ministry of Education of Czech Republic)

- Proved knowledge of two world languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian)

- Project of a doctoral thesis including the list of relevant literature submitted no later than ten days in advance to the entrance examination. The Project should be within the range of 6-7 standard pages (1,800 characters per page including spaces), must include a brief introduction to the given issue (description of the topic), the definition of the topic, aim and basic working hypothesis, methodological basis, contemplated structure of the paper and brief analysis of the major sources and literature that the applicant intends to use for the paper elaboration. They must demonstrate that chosen topic has not yet been elaborated or has not been elaborated adequately and that work on the topic is beneficial to the current state of research (the topic should benefit the research field by bringing new empirical and theoretical knowledge or original methodological approaches. Candidates are entitled to consult their project with any relevant person from the department.


The entrance exam (Skype connection is available upon agreement) consists of a discussion about the project and general academic orientation in the related field. The maximum test score is 80 points.





Applicants

Information for applicants

M.A. Programs

The Department is involved in the following English programs:


Balkan, Eurasian and Central European Studies

International Masters in Economy State and Society (IMESS) (together with the consortium of leading European Universities headed by University College of London).

Ph.D. Programs

Institute of International Studies offers following doctoral programs:


International Area Studies

Modern History

Applications and admissions

Although the programs are accedited as Czech language based (several courses for Ph.D. students are in Czech), we also welcome the applicants from abroad with their dissertations written in English (other languages upon agreement). Studying in Czech language program is free from admission fee and full-time student receive a small fellowship (usually not enough for covering the living costs of the applicants).


Application form for full-time program International Area Studies

Application form for combined program International Area Studies

Application form for full-time program Modern History

Application form combined program Modern History

The Entrance examinations

The documents required for the exam

- Submitted application

- M.A. Studies (proved through verified copy of diploma or certificate about the recognition of diploma issued by Ministry of Education of Czech Republic)

- Proved knowledge of two world languages (English, French, Spanish, German, Russian, Italian)

- Project of a doctoral thesis including the list of relevant literature submitted no later than ten days in advance to the entrance examination. The Project should be within the range of 6-7 standard pages (1,800 characters per page including spaces), must include a brief introduction to the given issue (description of the topic), the definition of the topic, aim and basic working hypothesis, methodological basis, contemplated structure of the paper and brief analysis of the major sources and literature that the applicant intends to use for the paper elaboration. They must demonstrate that chosen topic has not yet been elaborated or has not been elaborated adequately and that work on the topic is beneficial to the current state of research (the topic should benefit the research field by bringing new empirical and theoretical knowledge or original methodological approaches. Candidates are entitled to consult their project with any relevant person from the department.


The entrance exam (Skype connection is available upon agreement) consists of a discussion about the project and general academic orientation in the related field. The maximum test score is 80 points.