The lecturers of courses are university teachers (assistant professor, associate professor, full professor) with established scientific relevance for the course with suitable references.

The mentor and co-mentor for the preparation of doctoral dissertation can be a person with a university teacher title (assistant professor, associate professor, full professor) or researcher title (research associate, senior researcher or higher research associate) and has proof of research activity with a relevant scientific bibliography in the field of the doctoral dissertation topic. Co-mentoring must be substantively justified.

The minimal research activity of mentor and co-mentor is proved by 150 Z bibliographic points according to the SICRIS database and by more than 0 points in the indicator of significant achievements A1/2.

The mentor and the co-mentor are confirmed in the process of registration and approval of the doctoral dissertation topic.

The list of potential mentors is available here.

Lecturers for specific subjects can be found in the curriculum.

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