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    Physical Geography and Geoecology (0532VD330020) DSP II

    Faculty: Faculty of Science
    Study programme: Physical Geography and Geoecology (P0532D330020)
    Form of study: full-time
    Type of study: doctoral
    Language of instruction: Czech
    Standard length of study: 4 years
    Application type: Online

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      Application submission date: 31.12.2020
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      The doctoral study programme ‘Physical Geography and Geoecology’ prepares students for independent research at the international level. This research concerns, among others, the spatial and temporal interaction between the natural environment and the society. Contemporary physical geography is primarily composed of the fields of geomorphology, hydrology, climatology, meteorology, biogeography, and pedogeography. Research in physical geography compliments advances in other scientific fields, such as geology and geophysics, geoinformatics, biology, and ecology. An important research approach in physical geography and geoecology is the comparison of modern-day natural phenomena with their evolution in the past. Understanding the dynamics of the natural environment in the past, especially during the Quaternary, enables projections into the future, both at the regional and global level.
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      Přijímací zkouška je jednokolová formou pohovoru, který se bude týkat především problematiky plánované disertační práce a znalostí uchazeče/ky v rámci odbornosti daného studijního programu.
      Uchazeč/ka předem připraví v písemné podobě a připojí k přihlášce ke studiu (v rozsahu max. 5 tis. znaků), a pak v rámci přijímací zkoušky ústně prezentuje (v délce max. 10 minut):
      (a) shrnutí své dosavadní odborné činnosti
      (b) stručný návrh svého doktorského projektu.
      Komise bude komplexně hodnotit motivaci uchazeče/ky, jeho/její jazykové schopnosti, dosavadní výsledky odborné činnosti, kvalitu a realizovatelnost doktorského projektu.
      Při přijímací zkoušce musí uchazeč/ka prokázat odborné a jazykové schopnosti studovat příslušný program a předpoklady k samostatné vědecké práci.

      Zkouška je hodnocena maximálně 100 body.

      Ze závažných a doložených důvodů, zejména zdravotních nebo studia v zahraničí, může děkan na základě žádosti podané v elektronickém informačním systému univerzity zpravidla spolu s přihláškou, nejpozději však do 8. ledna 2021, povolit vykonání přijímací zkoušky prostřednictvím informačních a komunikačních technologií.
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      Admission to Doctoral studies is conditioned by successful completion of a Master's study programme.

      Verification method: entrance exam
      Confirmation date (of entrance exam) from: 05.02.2021 Until: 05.02.2021
      Alternative date (of entrance exam): 10.02.2021 Until: 10.02.2021
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      The graduates of the ‘Physical Geography and Geoecology’ doctoral study programme have advanced knowledge and skills in their chosen specialization as well as a broad general expertise in related fields. Therefore, they are well equipped for independent research, including complex multidisciplinary investigations, such as understanding natural hazards and assessing their risk for the society. At the same time, they are fully qualified users of remote sensing, GIS and statistictical software techniques that can be applied to geoscience and geoecology problems. The graduates are well-versed in relevant international literature, including literature on the interactions of society and the natural environment at all scales. Their acquired work competence and the broad understanding of the natural environment and its interactions with the society predisposes the graduates for successful collaboration with experts from other research fields or other lines of work.