Study programs

Full-time and External doctoral studies at Academy of Fine Arts and Design Bratislava. All study programmes are taught in Slovak.


Field of study Art:

Study programmes:

Field of study Sciences of art and culture:

Study programmes:

 


Field of study Art

 


Fine Art - full time

 

Graduate profile and learning objectives

  • The goals of education in the third degree of the Fine Arts study program are the development of
    advanced methods of artistic research based on a deeper knowledge of its current state and its
    connection with knowledge from other areas with an emphasis on the application of research outputs in
    cultural and social practice. Doctoral studies at AFAD focus on acquiring current knowledge in the field
    of art and science and on supporting independent artistic-scientific research and creative activity in the
    field of art (fine arts, design, architecture and restoration), mastering the methods of independent
    artistic research, which in itself combines artistic and research methods and the subsequent
    dissemination and application of the results of such research in artistic, pedagogical, cultural and social
    practice. The goal of artistic research or research through art is the acquisition of new knowledge based
    on sensitive, self-reflective and critical perception and analysis, which is carried out by the artist in the
    course of creation, and the output of this activity can be a work of art, an architectural work, a design
    work and a work in the field of restoration. but also a set of texts or methodologies. Through the
    methods of artistic research, the student is able to discover completely new knowledge and
    connections, which he can use for innovations in the field of art, education, creative industry,
    communal development or work with the public. During his studies, the doctoral student cultivates not
    only his artistic but also pedagogical skills through the management of professional subjects, courses
    and workshops, and as a member of research teams he also participates in research tasks within the
    framework of domestic and foreign grants. She presents her research results at national and
    international events and participates in mobility programs where she strengthens her communication
    and presentation skills in a foreign language.
  • The graduate is able to study independently and acquire professional knowledge from the studied field as a basis for his own artistic research. Can choose and justify appropriate research methods and connect theoretical analyzes with practical procedures with the search for visual strategies with an emphasis on innovative and experimental approaches and creative activity so that the research itself and its outputs are an original contribution to the current state of knowledge in the field and expand its boundaries . He is aware of the ethical dimension of his own work and its impact on society and the environment. He is able to solve the most demanding tasks and reflect on the discussed current topics. He is able to participate in the formation of new trends and concepts in the field of art, independently search for and address suitable partners for research tasks in a national and international environment, who can be experts in the visual arts, but also in other
    scientific disciplines, which supports the interdisciplinary nature of research and generates new thinking and innovative solutions when implementing an art, design, architectural or restoration project. He can independently present and argue the results of research to the professional community in a national and international environment, and in a wider context he is able to perceive the importance of cultural policy and actively participate in the formation of its strategies.

Applicability:

  • A graduate of the third stage of study of the Fine Arts study program is ready to act as an autonomous
    creator in artistic practice, while the outputs of his research reach a significant national and
    international level; apply as a leader or member of national and international artistic collectives, design
    and architectural studios and collectives of restorers; member of national and international
    multidisciplinary research and creative teams, in which the input of the principles and methods of
    artistic research in the solution of research and creative projects is desirable; educator in an academic
    environment; professional worker or consultant in organizations, institutions or private companies
    interested in using the methods and outputs of artistic research; leader or member of collectives in a
    wide range of activities within the creative industries;

Structure and content of the study programme:

  • In the Fine Arts study program in the doctoral degree of study in a full time form, the study plans are
    built on three basic parts/modules. The study consists of a study part (study module of compulsory
    subjects), an artistic and scientific-research part (artistic and scientific-research module), a pedagogical
    part (pedagogical module). The three basic modules are supplemented by a group of optional subjects.
    The study module of the doctoral studies consists of compulsory subjects built on the form of seminars,
    colloquiums, individual consultations with co-tutor and advisor-consultant, which include individual
    study of professional literature. The composition of the study module is structured in such a way as to
    cover all areas that are essential for acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and competences of a
    doctoral student. The subject "Doctoral consultations I, II, III, IV, V" takes place in the form of regular
    consultations of the doctoral thesis with a supervisor and a consultant supervisor. The doctoral student
    acquires the ability to discuss, argue, connect the context of practical work with theoretical and
    historical reflection. It encourages the creation of an author's clearly formulated work output. "Artistic
    research - practice I, II, III" focuses on testing and comparing one's own procedures and strategies of
    artistic creation with the procedures of other relevant artists and checking their results. "Methodology
    of writing the written part of the dissertation" familiarizes students with the basic rules and procedures
    that lead to successful completion of the written part of the dissertation. "Colloquium I, II" is a
    presentation of the work in progress of the dissertation in front of members of the trade union council,
    supervising teachers, advisors, consultant advicors and experts from practice and academia from the
    domestic and international context. It is a critical examination of the research potential, methods and
    progress of the given project. Students deepen their presentation and argumentation skills and receive
    valuable feedback on the partial results of their research. "Dissertation examination" is a state
    examination where the doctoral student presents the elaboration of the artistic (practical) and first part
    of the written part of the dissertation and in the form of a debate is to demonstrate theoretical
    knowledge from the three areas of the studied discipline, which are formulated in the individual study
    plan of the doctoral student and approved by the supervisor and the supervisor's consultant trade
    union commission. Dissertation" is a defense of the final thesis.
  • The artistic-scientific module of the doctoral study consists of individual or team artistic, scientific,
    publication, grant and other research work of the doctoral student, which is related to the topic of the
    dissertation. The doctoral student is expected to be active on the contemporary art scene and to
    confront the results of his research in practice through his participation in domestic and foreign
    exhibitions, conferences and other professional events. He can become a member of the decisionmaking
    teams of research and non-research projects implemented at AFAD (Especially KEGA, VEGA,
    APVV, FPU...), or use the possibilities of artistic residencies, work internships and mobility.The artistic research of the doctoral studies is professionally guaranteed by the supervisor, but he also evaluates it and assigns it a credit rating according to the valid study plans. More info in the Study plans document.
  • The pedagogical module contains opportunities for direct pedagogical activity within the lower levels of study at AFAD or within partner schools abroad. Part of the pedagogical activity is also other professional pedagogical activity such as opposing semester theses or final theses, organizing exhibitions, workshops and conferences connected to the pedagogical activity of the doctoral student. Pedagogical activity in the form of full-time study is no more than four hours per week on average per academic year.
  • Elective subjects can be chosen by the student from the offer of doctoral study elective subjects at
    AFAD. Some key theoretical subjects of the master's degree are also included in the course offer. If the
    student did not complete the given subject during his master's studies, he can choose the given subject
    to expand his theoretical knowledge. The choice of subjects from other universities is also supported,
    especially for the expansion of knowledge within the discipline, which the doctoral student can use in
    the artistic research itself.
  • Doctoral studies take place under the supervision of a supervisor and a Field of study committee. The details of the course of study and the completion of individual study units (subjects) are regulated by the Individual Study Plan, which is drawn up by the supervisor in cooperation with the consultant supervisor and doctoral student based on the terms of the curriculum. The individual study plan is submitted for comments and approval to the relevant Field of study committee.
  • Fulfillment of the Individual Study Plan is assessed and evaluated by the advisor and the consultant advisor in the annual evaluation of the doctoral student, while the doctoral student must complete the study module and the evaluation of the artistic-scientific module and the pedagogical module is also part of it. An important part of the study is the presentation, confrontation and discussions of all doctoral students of the given year with supervisors and consultant supervisors, members of Field of study commissions and invited guests from the academic environment of partner schools and possibly also their doctoral students at colloquiums, which at the same time provide an evaluation and comparison platform of the level of development of artistic research.

 

The main pedagogue responsible for the study programme:

Person responsible for the delivery, development, and quality of the study programme:

Other pedagogues providing the study programme:

Outputs of the creative activity of the study program

Study advisor of the study programme:

 

Description of the study programme:

Study plan of the study programme:

Subject information sheets of the study programme:

 

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Fine Art - external

 

Graduate profile and learning objectives:

  • The goals of education in the third degree of the Fine Arts study program are the development of
    advanced methods of artistic research based on a deeper knowledge of its current state and its
    connection with knowledge from other areas with an emphasis on the application of research outputs in
    cultural and social practice. Doctoral studies at AFAD focus on acquiring current knowledge in the field
    of art and science and on supporting independent artistic-scientific research and creative activity in the
    field of art (fine arts, design, architecture and restoration), mastering the methods of independent
    artistic research, which in itself combines artistic and research methods and the subsequent
    dissemination and application of the results of such research in artistic, pedagogical, cultural and social
    practice. The goal of artistic research or research through art is the acquisition of new knowledge based
    on sensitive, self-reflective and critical perception and analysis, which is carried out by the artist in the
    course of creation, and the output of this activity can be a work of art, an architectural work, a design
    work and a work in the field of restoration. but also a set of texts or methodologies. Through the
    methods of artistic research, the student is able to discover completely new knowledge and
    connections, which he can use for innovations in the field of art, education, creative industry,
    communal development or work with the public. During his studies, the doctoral student cultivates not
    only his artistic but also pedagogical skills through the management of professional subjects, courses
    and workshops, and as a member of research teams he also participates in research tasks within the
    framework of domestic and foreign grants. She presents her research results at national and
    international events and participates in mobility programs where she strengthens her communication
    and presentation skills in a foreign language.
  • The graduate is able to study independently and acquire professional knowledge from the studied field as a basis for his own artistic research. Can choose and justify appropriate research methods and connect theoretical analyzes with practical procedures with the search for visual strategies with an emphasis on innovative and experimental approaches and creative activity so that the research itself and its outputs are an original contribution to the current state of knowledge in the field and expand its boundaries . He is aware of the ethical dimension of his own work and its impact on society and the environment. He is able to solve the most demanding tasks and reflect on the discussed current topics. He is able to participate in the formation of new trends and concepts in the field of art, independently search for and address suitable partners for research tasks in a national and international environment, who can be experts in the visual arts, but also in other scientific disciplines, which supports the interdisciplinary nature of research and generates new thinking and innovative solutions when implementing an art, design, architectural or restoration project. He can independently present and argue the results of research to the professional community in a national and international environment, and in a wider context he is able to perceive the importance of cultural policy and actively participate in the formation of its strategies.

Applicability:

  • A graduate of the third stage of study of the Fine Arts study program is ready to act as an autonomous
    creator in artistic practice, while the outputs of his research reach a significant national and international level; apply as a leader or member of national and international artistic collectives, design and architectural studios and collectives of restorers; member of national and international multidisciplinary research and creative teams, in which the input of the principles and methods of artistic research in the solution of research and creative projects is desirable; educator in an academic environment; professional worker or consultant in organizations, institutions or private companies interested in using the methods and outputs of artistic research; leader or member of collectives in a wide range of activities within the creative industries;

Structure and content of the study programme:

  • In the Fine Arts study program in the doctoral degree of study in an external form, the study plans are built on three basic parts/modules. The study consists of a study part (study module of compulsory subjects), an artistic and scientific-research part (artistic and scientific-research module), a pedagogical part (pedagogical module). The three basic modules are supplemented by a group of optional subjects.
  • The study module of the doctoral studies consists of compulsory subjects built on the form of seminars, colloquiums, individual consultations with co-tutor and advisor-consultant, which include individual study of professional literature. The composition of the study module is structured in such a way as to cover all areas that are essential for acquiring the necessary knowledge, skills and competences of a doctoral student. The subject "Doctoral consultations I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII" takes place in the form of regular consultations of the doctoral thesis with a supervisor and a consultant supervisor. The doctoral student acquires the ability to discuss, argue, connect the context of practical work with theoretical and historical reflection. It encourages the creation of an author's clearly formulated work output. "Artistic research - practice I, II, III" focuses on testing and comparing one's own procedures and strategies of artistic creation with the procedures of other relevant artists and checking their results. "Methodology of writing the written part of the dissertation" familiarizes students with the basic rules and procedures that lead to successful completion of the written part of the dissertation. "Colloquium I, II" is a presentation of the work in progress of the dissertation in front of members of the trade union council, supervising teachers, advisors, consultant advicors and experts from practice and  academia from the domestic and international context. It is a critical examination of the research potential,  methods and progress of the given project. Students deepen their presentation and argumentation skills and receive valuable feedback on the partial results of their research. "Dissertation examination" is a state  examination where the doctoral student presents the elaboration of the artistic (practical) and first part of the written part of the dissertation and in the form of a debate is to demonstrate theoretical knowledge from the three areas of the studied discipline, which are formulated in the individual study plan of the doctoral student and approved by the supervisor and the supervisor's consultant trade union commission. Dissertation" is a defense of the final thesis.
  • The artistic-scientific module of the doctoral study consists of individual or team artistic, scientific, publication, grant and other research work of the doctoral student, which is related to the topic of the dissertation. The doctoral student is expected to be active on the contemporary art scene and to confront the results of his research in practice through his participation in domestic and foreign exhibitions, conferences and other professional events. He can become a member of the decisionmaking teams of research and non-research projects implemented at AFAD (Especially KEGA, VEGA, APVV, FPU...), or use the possibilities of artistic residencies, work internships and mobility. The artistic research of the doctoral studies is professionally guaranteed by the supervisor, but he also evaluates it and assigns it a credit rating according to the valid study plans. More info in the Study plan document.
  • The pedagogical module contains opportunities for direct pedagogical activity within the lower levels of study at AFAD or within partner schools abroad. Part of the pedagogical activity is also other professional pedagogical activity such as opposing semester theses or final theses, organizing exhibitions, workshops and conferences connected to the pedagogical activity of the doctoral student.
  • Elective subjects can be chosen by the student from the offer of doctoral study elective subjects at AFAD. Some key theoretical subjects of the master's degree are also included in the course offer. If the student did not complete the given subject during his master's studies, he can choose the given subject to expand his  theoretical knowledge. The choice of subjects from other universities is also supported, especially for the expansion of knowledge within the discipline, which the doctoral student can use in the artistic research itself.
  • Doctoral studies take place under the supervision of a supervisor and a Field of study committee. The details of the course of study and the completion of individual study units (subjects) are regulated by the Individual Study Plan, which is drawn up by the supervisor in cooperation with the consultant supervisor and doctoral student based on the terms of the curriculum. The individual study plan is submitted for comments and approval to the relevant Field of study committee.
  • Fulfillment of the Individual Study Plan is assessed and evaluated by the advisor and the consultant advisor in the annual evaluation of the doctoral student, while the doctoral student must complete the study module and the evaluation of the artistic-scientific module and the pedagogical module is also part of it. An important part of the study is the presentation, confrontation and discussions of all doctoral students of the given year with supervisors and consultant supervisors, members of Field of study commissions and invited guests from the academic environment of partner schools and possibly also their doctoral students at colloquiums, which at the same time provide an evaluation and comparison platform of the level of development of artistic research.

 

The main pedagogue responsible for the study programme:

Person responsible for the delivery, development, and quality of the study programme:

Other pedagogues providing the study programme:

Outputs of the creative activity of the study program

Study advisor of the study programme:

 

Description of the study programme:

Study plan of the study programme:

Subject information sheets of the study programme:

 

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Field of study Sciences of art and culture

 


 

History and Theory of Fine Art and Architecture - full time

 

Graduate profile and learning objectives:

  • Doctoral studies develop and profile mainly graduates of the 1st and 2nd degree of the History and  Theory of Art study program in the field of Science of Art and Culture. But it is also open to graduates of art study  programs with majors in the history and theory of art and architecture, but also to graduates of other study programs with a completed II. degree (master's or engineering), as long as they demonstrate at the admissions interview an overview of the field they are applying for, including the listed doctoral study topics, and convince the committee members with their project that they have the prerequisites to finish their doctoral studies in the history and theory of fine arts and architecture study program and in the field Sciences of art and culture.  Doctoral studies in III. degree is structured on the basis of two conditions: the 1st condition is completion of the study, scientific-artistic and pedagogical module. The 2nd condition is purposeful fulfillment of an individual scientific program, controlled by a trade union committee and evaluated by a dissertation examination and completed by the defense of the dissertation. The first condition ensures that the doctoral student participates in scientific research projects and pedagogical activities of the department as well as in colloquiums of doctoral students not only inside the school, but also at other educational institutions at home and abroad. The second
    condition provides, in turn, the individualization and profiling of one's own study and scientific program expressed in the chosen topic of scientific research, which manifests itself in the system of compulsory and optional subjects, but especially in the options for choosing study stays and internships at home and abroad, while the recognition of subjects is ensured and credits. The focus of individual scientific training, however, lies in the individual cooperation of the doctoral student with his/her supervisor, in possible joint publication activities, in solving grant tasks. The doctoral student thus acquires current domestic and foreign scientific knowledge related to the topic of his dissertation, but above all the abilities and skills to define his own scientific problem and direction and research in the field of Art and Culture Science and to come up with his own creative solutions to the defined art-historical and of an artistic-theoretical problem. Orientation and direction are  therefore largely influenced by the trainers' specializations, their scientific grants and cooperation, but the form of mutual cooperation enriches both parties. The main outputs of the education are continuously published studies in scientific journals, partial solutions to grant tasks and, finally, an independent scientific work in the form of a dissertation, which has a defined goal, procedures and main creative results.

Applicability:

  • A graduate who has met the prescribed criteria, passed doctoral exams related to a narrower professional specialization and defended his doctoral thesis becomes a specialist - an expert in his field of research. He is ready for creative and independent research work based on scientific research methods and problem analysis. When solving them, he can arrive at original results and handle the most demanding scientific tasks and objectives. The graduate masters the scientific methods of art history research, critically orients himself in the current state of research in the field, is able to publicly present and defend his own knowledge at international scientific forums and conferences. Graduate is ready to obtain and process scientific grants, publish research results in the form of studies and scientific monographs. He is able to participate in wider inter- and multidisciplinary teams. He has the prerequisites to grow professionally, to increase its qualifications within individual scientific and scientific-pedagogical levels. Its application is both in scientific institutions as a member of scientific teams, but also in independent research activities as a head of grant tasks and a research  manager. The second area is colleges, research universities and cultural institutions (galleries, museums,
    heritage preservation institutes) with their own scientific and research activities.

Structure and content of the study programme:

  • The structure and content of the study program are determined by the regulations regarding the third
    degree of study, its three basic modules and the form of their completion. In the study program, study
    plans are built on three basic modules - a study module of compulsory subjects, a scientific-artistic
    module from the scientific-research part) and a pedagogical module. The three basic modules are
    supplemented by a group of optional subjects.
  • The scientific (or scientific and artistic) module is basic and key and runs throughout the course. The pedagogical module is mainly applied to the dissertation exam. The study module in the structure of compulsory subjects supplemented by the option of optional subjects also ends with passing the dissertation exam, but the part of the profile subject Doctoral consultations does not. It continues with individual seminars and consultations and trainers and in the form of joint colloquiums. The content of the study uses specific opportunities provided by the AFAD, namely the close cooperation of artists and researchers. Therefore, it is focused on artistic research in theory and practice. This connection enables doctoral students in art and art history to gain unique experiences. This orientation is supported by department grants VEGA and KEGA.
  • Artistic research - theory is another profile subject of the study program. Elective subjects can be chosen by
    the student from the offer of doctoral study elective subjects at AFAD. Some key theoretical subjects of the master's degree are also included in the course offer. If the student did not complete the given subject during his master's studies, he can choose the given subject to expand his theoretical knowledge. The selection of subjects from other universities is also supported, especially for the expansion of knowledge within the discipline, which the doctoral student can use in the research itself.
  • Doctoral studies take place under the supervision of a supervisor and a Field of study committee. The details of the course of study and the completion of individual study units (subjects) are regulated by the Individual Study Plan, which is drawn up by the supervisor in cooperation with the doctoral student based on the terms of the curriculum. The individual study plan is submitted for comments and approval to the relevant Field of study committee.
  • Fulfillment of the Individual Study Plan is assessed and evaluated by the supervisor in the annual evaluation of the doctoral student, while the doctoral student must complete the study module and the evaluation of the scientific and artistic module and the pedagogical module is also part of it. An important part of the study is the presentation, confrontation and discussions of all doctoral students of the given year with supervisors and consultant supervisors, members of union commissions and invited guests from the academic environment of partner schools and possibly also their doctoral students at colloquiums, which at the same time provide an evaluation and confrontation platform of the level of research development.

 

The main pedagogue responsible for the study programme:

Person responsible for the delivery, development, and quality of the study programme:

Other pedagogues providing the study programme:

Outputs of the creative activity of the study program

Study advisor of the study programme:

 

Description of the study programme

Study plan of the study programme:

 

Subject information sheets of the study programme:

 

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History and Theory of Fine Art and Architecture - external

 

Graduate profile and learning objectives:

  • Doctoral studies develop and profile mainly graduates of the 1st and 2nd degree of the History and Theory of Art study program in the field of Science of Art and Culture. But it is also open to graduates of art study  programs with majors in the history and theory of art and architecture, but also to graduates of other study programs with a completed II. degree (master's or engineering), as long as they demonstrate at the admissions interview an overview of the field they are applying for, including the listed doctoral study topics, and convince the committee members with their project that they have the prerequisites to finish their doctoral studies in the history and theory of fine arts and architecture study program and in the field Sciences of art and culture. Doctoral studies in III. degree is structured on the basis of two conditions: the 1st condition is completion of the study, scientific-artistic and pedagogical module. The 2nd condition is purposeful fulfillment of an individual scientific program, controlled by a trade union committee and evaluated by a dissertation examination and completed by the defense of the dissertation. The first condition ensures that the doctoral student participates in scientific research projects and pedagogical activities of the department as well as in colloquiums of doctoral students not only inside the school, but also at other educational institutions at home and abroad. The second
    condition provides, in turn, the individualization and profiling of one's own study and scientific program expressed in the chosen topic of scientific research, which manifests itself in the system of compulsory and optional subjects, but especially in the options for choosing study stays and internships at home and abroad, while the recognition of subjects is ensured and credits. The focus of individual scientific training, however, lies in the individual cooperation of the doctoral student with his/her supervisor, in possible joint publication activities, in solving grant tasks. The doctoral student thus acquires current domestic and foreign scientific knowledge related to the topic of his dissertation, but above all the abilities and skills to define his own scientific problem and direction and research in the field of Art and Culture Science and to come up with his own creative solutions to the defined art-historical and of an artistic-theoretical problem. Orientation and direction are therefore largely influenced by the trainers' specializations, their scientific grants and cooperation, but the form of mutual cooperation enriches both parties. The main outputs of the education are continuously published studies in scientific journals, partial solutions to grant tasks and, finally, an independent scientific work in the form of a dissertation, which has a defined goal, procedures and main creative results.

Applicability:

  • A graduate who has met the prescribed criteria, passed doctoral exams related to a narrower professional specialization and defended his doctoral thesis becomes a specialist - an expert in his field of research. He is ready for creative and independent research work based on scientific research methods and problem analysis. When solving them, he can arrive at original results and handle the most demanding scientific tasks and objectives. The graduate masters the scientific methods of art history research, critically orients himself in the current state of research in the field, is able to publicly present and defend his own knowledge at international scientific forums and conferences. Graduate is ready to obtain and process scientific grants, publish research results in the form of studies and scientific monographs. He is able to participate in wider inter- and multidisciplinary teams. He has the prerequisites to grow professionally, to increase its qualifications within individual scientific and scientific-pedagogical levels. Its application is both in scientific institutions as a member of scientific teams, but also in independent research activities as a head of grant tasks and a research manager. The second area is colleges, research universities and cultural institutions (galleries, museums,
    heritage preservation institutes) with their own scientific and research activities.

Structure and content of the study programme:

  • The structure and content of the study program are determined by the regulations regarding the third degree of study, its three basic modules and the form of their completion. In the study program, study plans are built on three basic modules - a study module of compulsory subjects, a scientific-artistic module from the scientific-research part) and a pedagogical module. The three basic modules are supplemented by a group of optional subjects.
  • The scientific (or scientific and artistic) module is basic and key and runs throughout the course. The pedagogical module is mainly applied to the dissertation exam. The study module in the structure of compulsory subjects supplemented by the option of optional subjects also ends with passing the dissertation exam, but the part of the profile subject Doctoral consultations does not. It continues with individual seminars and consultations and trainers and in the form of joint colloquiums. The content of the study uses specific opportunities provided by the AFAD, namely the close cooperation of artists and researchers. Therefore, it is focused on artistic research in theory and practice. This connection enables doctoral students in art and art history to gain unique experiences. This orientation is supported by department grants VEGA and KEGA.
  • Artistic research - theory is another profile subject of the study program. Elective subjects can be chosen by
    the student from the offer of doctoral study elective subjects at AFAD. Some key theoretical subjects of the master's degree are also included in the course offer. If the student did not complete the given subject during his master's studies, he can choose the given subject to expand his theoretical knowledge. The selection of subjects from other universities is also supported, especially for the expansion of knowledge within the discipline, which the doctoral student can use in the research itself.
  • Doctoral studies take place under the supervision of a supervisor and a trade union committee. The details of the course of study and the completion of individual study units (subjects) are regulated by the Individual Study Plan, which is drawn up by the supervisor in cooperation with the doctoral student based on the terms of the curriculum. The individual study plan is submitted for comments and approval to the relevant Field of study committee.
  • Fulfillment of the Individual Study Plan is assessed and evaluated by the supervisor in the annual evaluation of the doctoral student, while the doctoral student must complete the study module and the evaluation of the scientific and artistic module and the pedagogical module is also part of it. An important part of the study is the presentation, confrontation and discussions of all doctoral students of the given year with supervisors and consultant supervisors, members of union commissions and invited guests from the academic environment of partner schools and possibly also their doctoral students at colloquiums, which at the same time provide an evaluation and confrontation platform of the level of research development.

 

The main pedagogue responsible for the study programme:

Person responsible for the delivery, development, and quality of the study programme:

Other pedagogues providing the study programme:

Outputs of the creative activity of the study program

Study advisor of the study programme:

 

Description of the study programme:

Study plan of the study programme:

Subject information sheets of the study programme:

 

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You can find the study plans of individual fields of study in Handbook. (In Slovak language.)

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