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The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science offers Bachelor, Master and doctoral study programmes. Some programmes are further divided into study branches. Bachelor and Master programmes in the English language are offered in the full-time forms only. Doctoral study programmes are offered both in the full-time and part-time forms. The majority of study branches is open to students with disabilities. Study in the English language is subject to a tuition fee.

The Bachelor study lasts three years and the graduates are awarded the academic degree Bachelor (Czech abbreviation Bc.). The follow-up Master study lasts two years and the graduates are awarded the academic degree Master of Science (Czech abbreviation Ing.). Graduates of a Bachelor study in the same or similar study programme can continue in the follow-up Master study. The doctoral study lasts four years and the graduates obtain the academic degree doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.). This study is a follow-up to the completed Master studies, and the student demonstrates the ability of independent scientific work.

Study programme Applied Physics

About study programme

Do you like the physics and its applications, fascinate you with the devices and equipment that our technical civilization creates, you want to participate in their development, and you have successfully completed a master's degree study of the same or related study program? Then the doctoral program Applied Physics is the right choice for you. You will become an expert in one of four optional subjects: Optical Diagnostics, Magnetic Properties of Materials, Applied Nuclear Physics, or Progressive Technologies of Material Disintegration. So do not forget to submit all required documents in time.
Faculty Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Type of study Doctoral
Language of instruction English
Code of the programme P0533D110006
Title of the programme Applied Physics
Regular period of the study 4 years
Coordinating department Department of Physics
Coordinator prof. Dr. RNDr. Jiří Luňáček
Key words Magnetic Properties of Materials
Applied Nuclear Physics
Progressive Technologies of Material Disintegration
Optical Diagnostics