|A person who holds a master's, master's degree or an equivalent professional title, or a person referred to in art. 186 paragraph 2 of the Act of July 20, 2018 Law on Higher Education and Science.
|Recruitment to the doctoral school takes place through a competition.
The recruitment announcement is posted:
The recruitment notice includes a list of the thematic areas within which the recruitment is conducted. For each subject area, the following is provided:
Recruitment takes place in two stages:
The candidate submits the following required documents:
The candidate may additionally submit the following documents:
|The recruitment procedure is carried out by the School's Recruitment Committee appointed by the School Council from among research workers of the Leading Units and the Cooperating Unit. The work of the Commission is managed by the School Manager. Only independent academics may be members of the Recruitment Committee.
|Members of the Recruitment Committee (CoR), after examining the lists of candidates, inform the School Manager about a possible conflict of interest. If a conflict of interest is reported, the CoR Member is excluded from the assessment of the candidates in question. In such a case, additional members may be appropriately supplemented by the Committee.
|The Recruitment Committee appoints Recruitment Teams to conduct the recruitment procedure of candidates who have selected thematic areas submitted by individual Leading Units and the Cooperating Unit.
|The Recruitment Team for a given Unit includes candidates for promoters from this Unit - see point 4 (2) - and the Local School Coordinator of a given Unit, who chairs the work of the Team.
|Candidates' applications are first assessed in terms of meeting the formal requirements. If any missing documents are found in the application, the candidate is requested to complete the application within 7 days from the date of the request.
Applications of candidates meeting the formal requirements are assessed against the following criteria:
Candidates whose applications will be assessed by the Committee as meeting the minimum requirements are invited to the second stage of recruitment. The remaining persons are refused admission to the Doctoral School.
In the second stage of recruitment, the Recruitment Team conducts an interview with the candidate, which is to demonstrate:
The interview is conducted in English, during the direct meeting of the candidate with the Recruitment Team at the headquarters of one of the Leading Units. At least three members of the Recruitment Team participate in the interview, including the promoter selected by the candidate and the chairman of the Team. The interview consists of two parts:
The interview is assessed according to the criteria listed in point 15.
Fulfillment of the requirements set out in point 15, 2) may be assessed on the basis of a written exam in a major, if provided for in the recruitment announcement for the subject area indicated by the candidate.
The requirement set out in point 15, 3) are considered to be fulfilled - 10 points are awarded - if the candidate submits a certificate confirming the knowledge of English at B2 level.
Recruitment Teams prepare protocols of the conducted recruitment procedure, including the number of points scored by the candidates.
The Recruitment Committee, on the basis of the above-mentioned protocols, establishes a ranking list of those candidates who have achieved at least 60% of the points available. Recommendation of the Recruitment Committee regarding the admission of a candidate to the Doctoral School should include a written justification. These recommendations take into account the admission limits reported by the Units.
If the number of applications for a given thematic area / promoter exceeds the planned limit, the Recruitment Committee may propose that the candidate who has obtained a good recruitment result, take up education at the Doctoral School within another, related, thematic area.
An administrative decision to refuse admission to the Doctoral School is issued on behalf of the Leading Units by the Director of the Coordinating Unit, on the recommendation of the Recruitment Committee, in consultation with the Board of Directors. From the decision
|The list of people admitted and not admitted to the Doctoral School is made public via the Internet and made available in the form of announcements at the premises of the Leading Units and the Cooperating Unit within 7 days from the end of recruitment to the Doctoral School.