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Chemistry and Materials Technology Specialization 1: Technology of Macromolecular Compounds The degree course is primarily aimed at independent research and development activities. PhD students are trained to apply practically theoretical knowledge of m
Location:
Zlin, Czech Republic
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Academic Year

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Program Description:
Chemistry and Materials Technology Specialization 1: Technology of Macromolecular Compounds Specialization 2: Chemistry and Materials Technology Chemistry and Food Technology Specialization: Food Technology Economic Policy and Administration Specialization: Finance Economics and Management Specialization: Management and Economics Engineering Informatics Specialization 1: Automatic Control and Informatics Specialization 2: Engineering Informatics

Chemistry and Materials Technology Specialization 1: Technology of Macromolecular Compounds The degree course is primarily aimed at independent research and development activities. PhD students are trained to apply practically theoretical knowledge of mathematics, physics and chemistry, general knowledge of technological processes as well as knowledge of computing and information technology. The above fields focus on the specific properties of polymeric materials including the latest knowledge about ecology. In the course of their studies, PhD students must prove their ability to solve complicated professional issues in an inventive way. They are also expected to present the outcomes of their research at international conferences and to publicise them in professional journals abroad. Specialization 2: Chemistry and Materials Technology The PhD course in Chemistry and Materials Technology is aimed at studying chemical, physical or biological properties of materials with special focus on understanding the restrictive conditions within the phases of preparation, characterization, behaviour and the usable properties of inorganic and organic materials. The knowledge acquired will be further developed in the fields of technological processing and the optimization of the usable and protective properties of compounds, materials and products. In the course of their studies, PhD students will gain experience in creating concepts underlying experimental design including statistical data processing. They will learn in detail about the modern methods of exploring the structure and properties of materials and they will also acquire further knowledge about the practical applications of advanced technologies and programme products. Chemistry and Food Technology Specialization: Food Technology The degree course in Food Technology involves the sphere of food processing and production, including the use and development of knowledge of biological, chemical, engineering and economic scientific disciplines. Based on the acquired profound theoretical knowledge in the field of food production technology, chemistry and food analysis, biochemistry, microbiology and process engineering, graduates are qualified to independently carry out R&D results in the sphere of food technologies. Graduates have acquired knowledge of engineering processes and their application in technological procedures in food production and processing. Furthermore, their knowledge is developed as regards the influence of technological processes on the chemical composition, physicochemical, bio-chemical, microbiological and nutritional characteristics of products to be processed. Economic Policy and Administration Specialization: Finance Students extend their theoretical and methodological knowledge in the fields of general economics, mathematics, statistics, informatics and foreign languages and progressively attain a professional level. Students further acquire problem-solving skills,, which they are able to use in the areas of finance, accounting, banking, capital markets, taxes, and related disciplines. Economics and Management Specialization: Management and Economics Students extend the knowledge acquired within their Master's studies in the fields of general economics, informatics, quantitative methods, and foreign languages. Depending on the specialization selected, they attain further specialist knowledge in management, enterprise economics, production and technology rationalization. Within the PhD specialization, particular emphasis is laid on the disciplines aimed at the methodology of research activities including the extension of some professional presumptions. Engineering Informatics Specialization 1: Automatic Control and Informatics This course provides students with further knowledge in mathematics and the component disciplines of engineering informatics, such as generalized information theory, multimedia data processing, modern informatics theory, bioinformatics, safety technology, etc. The course also focuses on electronic systems and digital communication. The degree programme has been designed to produce graduates who will be able to develop theoretical disciplines and use the latest research findings when working with or designing information systems. Specialization 2: Engineering Informatics This course provides students further knowledge in mathematics and the component disciplines of technical cybernetics, such as automatic control theory, information theory, process modelling, identification, simulation, optimization, and informatics. The course also focuses on technical means of measurement and control, including microcomputer, information and diagnostic systems, computer networks and computer-aided automatic control, i.e. CIM-CAD-CAM. The degree programme has been designed to produce graduates who will be able to develop the theoretical disciplines and use the latest research findings in the design and control of t

Setting Description:
Academic degree: Doctoral (abbr. “Ph.D.”) Tuition fee: EUR 2,500 / 1 academic year (Faculty of Technology) EUR 1,500 / 1 academic year (Faculty of Management and Economics) EUR 1,500 / 1 academic year (Faculty of Applied Informatics) Scholarship: TBU scholarship: CZK 8,000 / 1 month (EUR 320) * Available for full-time students only! TBU scholarship for talented students: CZK 15,000 / 1 month (EUR 600)** Available for full-time students only! Government Scholarship (see information on the web page of the Czech Embassy in your home country) Visegrad Scholarship (see information on Visegrad Fund on – deadline: 31 January 2011 Extra bonus: 2 flight tickets (for full-time students only) TBU covers 1 ticket from the student’s home country to the CZ at the beginning of the Doctoral programme and 1 ticket from the CZ to the student’s home country after completing the 3 or 4-year programme.*** Czech course included (90 minutes every week) Applicant covers: a) Tuition fee b) Living costs (ac

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