Chemical Engineering students at the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague can complete their studies either as full-time students or as a combination of full-time and distance learning. Each student’s doctoral experience is always tailored to the needs of the individual student, according to the pace at which requirements are completed.
The standard length of the doctoral study programme is four years, according to current accreditation requirements.
It is essential when applying for doctoral studies that you find an advisor who will guide you through the entire duration of your PhD studies.
Chemical engineering provides the students with universally applicable education in many areas of industry, research, business and administration. Our graduates typically get highly valued positions in chemical and pharmaceutical industry, in process design and software companies or in scientific and educational institutions over the world.
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The living costs include the total expenses per month, covering accommodation, public transportation, utilities (electricity, internet), books and groceries.
University of Chemistry and Technology might award financial aid for excellent study results or in cases of hard circumstances of a student.
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