Óbuda University invites applications for 4 years of doctoral studies (PhD) for the doctoral degree

Organised part-time (correspondence) doctoral training

It helps you to acquire the level of knowledge (body of knowledge) and scientific research experience required to obtain a doctorate (PhD). The Doctoral School assesses the performance of doctoral students through a credit system. All successful examinations and other research achievements are awarded a specific number of credits. Doctoral students may undertake teaching activities, which are also credit-bearing. Students will complete their training with a diploma, for which they must have accumulated a minimum of 240 credits. A doctoral student in an organised training programme is a student of the University. The fee is 3500 EUR per semester for EU citizens, 4500 EUR per semester for non EU citizens.

Information on doctoral training and other issues concerning the doctoral school is available on the websites. For further questions about the application process, please contact the heads of the doctoral schools.

Application deadline: 24 May 2024 12.00 AM (local time in Budapest)

Application for doctoral studies 2024 September

Special session at IEEE 18th International Symposium on Applied Computational Intelligence and Informatics (SACI 2024)

The Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics, Óbuda University promotes conference participation to present and publish student research results at recognized international conferences. The next event is the Special Session on PhD Student Research in Applied Informatics and Numerical Mathematics at the IEEE 18th International Symposium on Applied Computational Intelligence and Informatics (SACI 2024) to be held in May 21-25, 2024 in Siófok, Hungary and Timisoara, Romania. Deadline for initial submissions in this session is 10 February, 2024. Please use the submission system of SACI 2024. International papers are welcomed. High quality accepted and presented papers will be included in the IEEE XPlore digital library.

László Horváth

Managing Director

The AIAMDI welcomes students from abroad to join

The Doctoral School of Applied Informatics and Applied Mathematics (AIAMDI) of the Óbuda University offers the help and guidance of internationally recognized professors and researchers. Their publications about AIDI doctoral program relevant research work can be tracked in leading international journals and also in the IEEE Xplore digital Library. The AIDI is open for dual doctoral programs. A dual program proceeds with the partnership of the University of Milan.