Full-time student in doctoral programmes is eligible for doctoral scholarship awarded by the Dean or by the Rector during the standard period of study, with the minimum amount corresponding to the basic amount in compliance with § 58 Paragraph 2 of the Act.
If a student in a doctoral programme fails to fulfill the academic requirements arising from the TBU Study and Examination Regulations, the scholarship may be reduced or withdrawn.
Following the proposal of the student’s supervisor, the amount of the scholarship may be reduced, or it may be withdrawn if the student clearly fails to meet his/her study obligations mentioned in his/her Individual Study Programme Curriculum.
The Amount of the Scholarship
The level of the doctoral scholarship depends on the amount of funds allocated to the Scholarship Fund for the Ph.D./Doctoral Studies Programme Student in the Full-time form of studies (hereinafter referred to as “PhD Students”) and as a measure of the study, scientific and professional activities of the PhD student.
Full-time PhD students in their first year of studies are paid the basic level stipend, unless otherwise specified in the Rector’s Directive regulating the award of scholarships for foreign doctoral students.
Full-time students in doctoral programmes who are in their 2nd to 4th year are awarded for the entire academic year according to the doctoral student’s assessment (total number of evaluation points for the whole study).