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About the Central European Comparative Law (CECL) programme

The Doctoral School is pleased to announce a new four-year-long English-language PhD programme called Central European Comparative Law. The high professional background of the programme is provided by a recognised international teaching staff in the Central European region.
The main milestones of the PhD programme: The whole period of the PhD programme is 8 semesters. Students shall collect at least 240 credit points during the whole period, until the end of their 8th semester. Students shall pass the complex exam in the end of their 4th semester. Until this period they shall collect at least 120 credit points (they shall accomplish the core courses during this period - the 120 credit points can be collected by the courses and by their research activities).
- Course description can be found here.
- The actual research topics can be found here (First, you can see the Hungarian supervisors, after, the foreign supervisors and the research topics within the framework of the CECL programme).
- Entry requirements can be found here.
- The application form can be found here and the annex of the application form can be found here.
- Application deadline for the 2022/23 academic year: 16 May 2022
- About the Doctoral School, see the the detailed information here.
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us
 

About the CEA Scholarship

The Central European Academic Scholarship (CEA Scholarship), granted by the University of Miskolc, is open to applicants (doctoral students), who have successfully been admitted to the Central European Comparative Law PhD programme of the University of Miskolc and the internship programme of the Central European Academy (hereinafter referred to as the CEA). In addition to receiving the scholarship, students participating in the PhD programme do not have to pay tuition fees. CEA Scholarship primarily aims to provide academic and scientific opportunities for applicants arriving from Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. 
In order to successfully apply for the CEA scholarship, we are kindly asking you to submit three different application forms: one for the CEA, the second for the CECL, and the third for the CEA Internship Programme
See the detailed information about the CEA Scholarship here.
See the application form for CEA Scholarship here
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.

 

About the CEA and its internship programme

See the detailed information here
If you have any further questions, please feel free to contact us.