Doctoral program in Physics
Admission to the doctoral programme in the Physics Section requires a master's degree in physics from a university that adheres to the European system of studies, known as the Bologna system, or a university degree that is deemed equivalent. The student must then be accepted by a professor in the Physics Section, who will supervise the thesis.
Doctoral study consists of three parts:
- Specialised studies within the framework of the doctoral school in the Physics Section;
- Active participation in symposia, seminars and specialised schools, organised by the Physics Section and its various departments;
- Personal research work in the relevant professor's research group.