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PhDDoctoral programme in Animal sciences: Animal Husbandry 01.7(ISCED 641)

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Overview

The name of the Doctoral School is: Wittmann Antal Plant-, Animal- and Food sciences Multidisciplinary Doctoral School.
WAMDI is authorized to instruct PhD students, coordinate the procedure for obtaining PhD degrees and issue doctoral (PhD) degrees in the following scientific fields:
- crop and horticultural science
- animal sciences
- food sciences
There are main, generic subjects that ensure multidisciplinarity.

Contact:
Dr. Molnár Zoltán
ass.univ. Prof.
molnar.zoltan@sze.hu

Programme structure

A total number of 240 credits are to be completed in the fulfilment of academic and research obligations for doctoral students during their Doctoral Programme.
By the end of the first phase (at the end of Academic Year 2 – until 31st August inclusive) 120 credit points are to be completed. During the summer examination period of Year 2 a complex examination is to be organised for the doctoral student which he/she must conclude successfully. The successful complex examination does not have a credit value. If the doctoral student fails to succeed in the theoretical part of the complex examination (major or minor course/subject), he/she can retake the exam once during the summer examination period.
- Regarding the course/subject examinations a minimum of 40 credit points are to be completed and a maximum of 45 credit points are added to the compulsory 120 credits;
- Studying the Literature of the Dissertation, making a Literature Review on the topic – 25 points
- Holding a lecture at the seminar organised by the Doctoral School at the end of Year 1. The summary of the lecture including its slides are displayed on the website of the Doctoral School – 8 points
- Further credit points can be gained as described in the “Publications, seminars” section and with the completion of the research work prescribed for the first phase of the studies.
- 45 credit points are the minimum to be gained by the end of the first academic year.
One credit equals 30 individual study hours or 30 hours research. Study work can be realised by participating in lectures and practical classes (contact lessons) and meeting the requirements of the given course/subject.

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The name of the Doctoral School is: Wittmann Antal Plant-, Animal- and Food sciences Multidisciplinary Doctoral School.
WAMDI is authorized to instruct PhD students, coordinate the procedure for obtaining PhD degrees and issue doctoral (PhD) degrees in the following scientific fields:
- crop and horticultural science
- animal sciences
- food sciences
There are main, generic subjects that ensure multidisciplinarity.

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Application deadlines apply to citizens of: United States