About the programme
The PhD programme in Multidisciplinary Studies admits graduate students interested in educational and research programmes concerning both basic and clinical medical sciences related to major areas such as physiology, pathophysiology and pharmacology of the cardiovascular system, as well as biochemistry, biophysics and molecular and cell biology. Of the outstanding past representatives of the School were in cardiovascular pharmaco-physiology Professor László Szekeres, in biochemistry and biophysics Professor Albert Szent-Györgyi (Nobel Laureate), and Professor Bruno F. Straub.
Research programmes: Experimental Cardiology and Cardiovascular Pharmacology; Experimental Study of Clinically Significant Cardiorespiratory Pathomechanisms; Clinical and experimental investigation of the pathomechanism of hypertension and the mechanisms of antihypertensive agents; Biochemistry, Biophysics, Molecular and Cell Biology. For research topics please consult the programme website.
Level of the programme: PhD
Duration of the programme: 4+4 semesters
Registered in: EU
Application requirements: Certificates of language proficiency in English: at least B2/intermediate level certified by internationally accredited language examination (TELC B2, ECL B2, TOEFL iBT test score of at least 72, or PBT score at least 550; Cambridge First Certificate at least “B”; IELT S score of at least 5.5), an individual interview online.
Specific expectations: students having previous scientific work in above fields.
We expect students to be interested in one of the themes of the supervisors (members of the Doctoral School of Multidisciplinary Medical Sciences) published on the webpage of the Doctoral School.
Applicants should contact the relevant professor of the Doctoral School and agree on the given research theme.
Start of the programme: September of each year
Tuition fee: 5000 EUR per semester
Other fees: 30 EUR entrance exam fee
*Academic Records: an official English version OR translation of your full Bachelor’s transcript including an explanation of the grading system, and an official English version OR translation of your Bachelor’s degree.