Doctoral study program (DSP) is designed for university graduates who have completed their prescribed State examination in the art to which the DSP builds or related field. The basic objective of the DSP is to acquire and demonstrate the ability of independent scientific work in the discipline process and defending a dissertation, publications and other forms of presentation of their own research activities, including passing all the tests and the state doctoral examination. Lists of study programs can be found below.
The curriculum is organized in two forms - time and combined. Full-time study is a major form of doctoral studies and the main job student. Full-time students have the status of college students and for studies they paid a monthly doctoral scholarship. Combined study compared the form of doctoral studies designed primarily for applicants from practice or from among the faculty staff, while they remain employed by their employers.
DSP graduates are awarded the academic-scientific title "Doctor" (abbreviated to "Ph.D." behind the name).