Annak érdekében, hogy Önnek a legjobb élményt nyújtsuk "sütiket" használunk honlapunkon. Az oldal használatával Ön beleegyezik a "sütik" használatába.

Boost your international academic and scientific career with our widely recognized PhD degree!

The Ferenc Deák Doctoral School of law was established in 2001. 

The PhD programme provides high-level knowledge in theoretical and methodological aspects of scientific research and allows participants to deepen their professional knowledge in different fields legal sciences. During the research and dissertation period, the supervisor guides the PhD candidate in research work and preparing the dissertation. The PhD candidate is expected to demonstrate her or his ability to conduct top level research work and to involve in academic teaching. The PhD thesis shall contain original empirical research.

See our other special English language research programme (Central European Comparative Law) here.


Organizational Structure of the Doctoral School

The Head of the Doctoral School and the Chairman of the Doctoral School's Council

Prof. Dr. Erika Róth, university professor

University of Miskolc, Department of Criminal Procedural and Criminal Enforcement Law

A/6 building. 129.

Vice-Chairman of the Doctoral School's Council  

Dr. habil. Tímea Barzó , associate professor

University of Miskolc, Department of Civil Law

A/6. building 114.


Secretary of the Doctoral School

International students' affairs 

Dr. Bence Udvarhelyi, assistant professor

University of Miskolc, Department of Criminal Law and Criminology

A/6. building 18.

Secretary of the Doctoral School

Hungarian students' affairs 

Dr. Edit Sápi Udvarhelyi, assistant professor

University of Miskolc, Department of Civil Law

A/6. building 18.

Administrator of the Doctoral School


Rita Takács , administrator (Dean's office)

A/6. building 15. 

Council of the Doctoral School

Core Members of the Doctoral School



Most important documents of the Doctoral Training

Entry requirements
Actual research topics can be chosen
Course descriptions
Complex exam
Credit structure
Formal and content requirements of the doctoral dissertation
Doctoral regulation
Doctoral degree award procedure
Guides for authors to publish in the Journal of the Doctoral School
(Studia Iurisprudentiae Doctorandorum Miskolciensium)
Semester report
(report shall be submitted in the end of each semesters about research activity)


Application Form for the Complex Exam

Proposal for the courses and examination board members of the complex exam

Request to appoint organisational unit for workshop discussion

Application Form for Workshop Discussion

Summary of the doctoral training (absolutorium)

Appendix 12 (for doctoral degree award procedure)

Appendix 13 (for doctoral degree award procedure)