Doctoral academic studies last for three years, i.e. six semesters, and they involve courses that offer students up-to-date, latest contents and thus the possibility to advance the existing knowledge, acquired in different pharmaceutical areas. Scientific research of the student related to a scientific problem results in scientific papers being published in renowned international journals for the field of pharmaceutical sciences.
Study program of doctoral academic studies in pharmaceutical sciences is in line with the recognised European educational programs in pharmacy.
On passing all the required examinations within a selected module and after successfully presenting the doctoral dissertation, the student acquires 180 ECTS credits (ECTS – European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System) and is awarded the academic title of Doctor of Medical Sciences – Pharmacy (Doctor of Pharmaceutical Sciences).
For more details on requirements, manner and procedure for admission and enrolment, studying, taking examinations and presenting the doctoral dissertation, see Rulebook on doctoral studies that regulates doctoral academic studies at the Faculty of Pharmacy.
Post-graduate studies officer in the Section for Teaching and Student Issues will see students every Monday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. starting from 4 March 2013, and on other weekdays (Tuesday through Friday) from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.