In the educational programme of the Doctoral School there are 6 compulsory courses- these are synthesis courses which provide up-to-date information to all students, irrespective of their field of research; moreover these courses provide essential research tools. All students need to choose 3-5 additional facultative courses for the successful fulfillment of the pre-defined minimum educational requirements. The fields of interest and scientific content of the facultative courses are strictly bound with the research field of the PhD student. In the case of special topics, it is possible, and advised, to attend courses in other national or foreign doctoral schools; these courses are accepted together with their relevant credit values by the local doctoral school.
The PhD student entering doctoral education has to carry out scientific research. This activity is led by a supervisor or, in reasoned cases, by a second co-supervisor. In the case of research topics of the Doctoral Schools of Kaposvár University, the supervisor of the research topic is a professor or senior researcher of the University who lectures in the given topic. Fulfillment of the research criteria is confirmed yearly by the supervisor and co-supervisor.
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