Last update: doc. Jakub Jirsa, Ph.D. (21.09.2022)
The Doctoral Seminar is held regularly in each academic year. In the 1st year of study only passive participation is required, from the 2nd year of study active participation is required, which includes a presentation of the progress of the dissertation followed by discussion and comments. Students can also present first versions of papers for conferences, discuss first versions of articles prepared in the framework of Professional Activities.
The student will be credited for regular attendance at the seminar (max. three absences), presentation of the results of their own work and critical discussion of others' presentations (i.e. active participation). In the case of an internship abroad, the student is excused from participation, but is not excused from the obligation to make his/her own presentation.
The Doctoral Seminar requirement will be automatically recorded for the student's ISP in each year of study.
The seminar is conducted in situ. Combined degree (distance programme) students and students on long-term study abroad may request online access. Students in a difficult life situation may also apply for online access. (In case of pandemic measures, the operation of the seminar is of course subject to current regulations).