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Admission Proceedings to PhD


Publication of the Dissertation Thesis Topics

February 15, 2024

Application Deadline

 April 15, 2024

Sending out Invitation to Application Interviews

by  May 9, 2024

Application Interviews

May / June 2024

Announcement of Admissions Results

by June 30, 2024




September 2024




Applicants apply for a specific dissertation thesis topic supervised by a specific supervisor.
Before submitting the application, the applicant must contact the supervisor listed for the selected topic and make arrangements with him/her to confirm the intention to submit the application for the given topic.
  1. Check the list of PhD study programmes and dissertation thesis
  2. Contact a Supervisor listed in the chosen Dissertation Thesis and get his/her approval to apply
  4.  Supervisor approval: It has to be proven to the faculty that the Supervisor is informed about the Applicant and the topic she/he has chosen. This approval has to be uploaded to the EAS prior the submitting the application. There are two alternatives possible: 
    1.  Application filled in EAS (with watermark), downloaded and signed by Supervisor from UCT. Then scan this approved application and submit it to EAS.
    2.  Approval email from Supervisor. This email must include clear approval from the Supervisor, the name of the applicant, the topic of the dissertation thesis, Supervisor's Department.
  5. Upload the Medical Assessment Form⇓ confirming your fitness to study at UCT (Use the form provided by UCT). In the matter of time pressure or technical problems you can agree with the Dean's office to upload the form later.
  6. Upload the documents listed below:
    1.  Curriculum vitae (including a list of published works, other results of professional activity, and previous experience)
    2. Diploma and diploma supplement 
    3. Certificate of English Language Knowledge of at least the level B2 (Current UCT students: if you do not have a certificate, arrange an examination at the Department of Languages – it is necessary that you have completed the data in the EAS and send a request for an examination at
      Details of English Certificate

      UCT Prague requires students to have a good command of English in order to study successfully. You must provide us with proof of your English language skills. 

      Non-Native English Speaker

      Non-native speakers are required to prove the language competence of B2+ according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

      Recognized Certificates are:

      1. Cambridge ESOL: minimum B2 First (FCE),
      2. TOEFL iBT: minimum score 80,
      3. IELTS: minimum overall band score 6.0, 
      4. PTE Academics: minimum score 60,
      5. Duolingo English Test: minimum score 110

      Other Acceptable Formats:

      Confirmation of language knowledge confirmed by a language centre or a language school. The confirmation will only be accepted if it confirms the minimum language level B2 and above.

      Students who studied in the English language shall provide official confirmation.

      Native English Speakers

      Students whose mother tongue is English are excluded from this obligation.

    4. Motivation Letter (maximum of 2 A4 pages)
    5. Certificate of Recognition of Previous Education - for applicants who graduated from university abroad
  7. Send the application
  8. Download the application to PDF (this option is to be found in EAS), sign it and have it signed by the supervisor. After that, upload the signed application as an attachment to EAS. (Upload it to the section Detailed information on admission procedure). This application has to be provided to Dean's office and Application Jurry

In the event that the applicant successfully passes the admissions procedure, it will be necessary to provide certified copies of the Diploma and Diploma Supplement and the original Medical Assessment Form in order to be officially enrolled in the studies.

Applications are OPEN now. The admission period is February 15–April 15. 


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Should you need help searching for a suitable dissertation thesis topic or supervisor, please contact the respective person from your chosen faculty:

Faculty of Chemical Technology:
b Faculty of Environmental Technology:
b Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology:
b Faculty of Chemical Engineering:


Updated: 4.4.2024 13:34, Author: Jakub Staś



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The applications deadline is April 15, 2024


Double Degree Programmes

For information about the application procedure to Double Degree programmes, please visit this page:



In case of specific questions about doctoral studies, contact the dean's office of the relevant faculty directly according to the offer of the dissertation topic:

In case of questions regarding the application, please contact:


Own Dissertation Thesis Topic?

If you are interested in an individual dissertation thesis topic, contact the vice-dean for science and research of the relevant faculty, or the supervisor researching the given topic, and consult the possibility of listing an individual dissertation topic.
The topic must be entered by the supervisor in the Study Information System by 31 December 2023 at the latest.

A/V/961/18/2023 (EN)Admission Proceedings for Admission to Doctoral Study Programmes for the Academic Year 2024/202512.10.202331.10.2024
Conditions of Admission to Study and Admission Proceedings at the UCT11.09.2017

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