PhD Programmes

Postgraduate Education at FSV UK

FSV UK offers high quality postgraduate education in all fields of social sciences, giving students an opportunity to obtain their PhD degree from one of the oldest, largest and most prestigious universities in the world.

SUPPLEMENTARY ADMISSIONS PROCEDURE

Faculty of Social Sciences announces a supplementary admissions procedure for the doctoral study programme Modern History (full-time and combined form) for the academic year 2022/23.

Application deadline: September 4, 2022

Admissions procedure 2022/2023

The online application system is open from 1st January to 30th April 2022.

General admission conditions to be found here.

 

Recognition of Master's degree obtained abroad. 

REQUEST FOR THE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION TAKEN REMOTELY

The request for the entrance examination taken remotely has to be  submitted at least  5 working days before the exam date through the Student Information System (SIS). You can do this when you log in your application.

Please follow these instructions and don´t forget to fill in, sign and upload this form together with other possible supplements as an attachment to the electronic request. 

 

contact persons

Should you have any questions, please contact the student services officers.

FAQ

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English-taught Full-time Study Programmes

The admission conditions for the academic year 2022/23

Detailed information on admission conditions for each study programme can be found under the particular links below:

Area Studies

Economics and Econometrics (CERGE-EI)

Economics and Finance

International Relations 

Media and Communication Studies

Modern History 

Political Science

Public and Social Policy

Sociology

 

English-taught Combined Study Programmes

The admission conditions for the academic year 2022/23

Detailed information on admission conditions for each study programme can be found under the particular links below:

Area Studies

Economics and Econometrics (CERGE-EI)

Economics and Finance

International Relations 

Media and Communication Studies

Modern History 

Political Science

Public and Social Policy

Sociology