Law of Information and Communication Technologies
The four-year doctoral programme "Law of Information and Communication Technologies" is designed for aspiring academics and researchers as well as for practitioners aiming at top academic qualification in cyberlaw. The programme is positioned to accommodate conceptually or theoretically oriented dissertations as well as practical or applied works.
Each doctoral student assembles, under the guidance of his or her tutor, an individual study plan where he or she chooses a composition of courses and tasks that mostly suits his or her research aims and aspirations. The curriculum generally consists, besides the mere work on the doctoral thesis, namely of research skills, conceptual and methodological background of cyberlaw and then of profile research-based courses that cover most relevant contemporary issues in cyberlaw.
The programme could be studied as full-time (on-site) or as combined (i.e presence on site not required, however the student has to still attend the needed colloqiums/discussions/consultations/workshops in person).
Tuition fee per semester: 12 500 CZK (approx. 500 EUR)
Deadline for application: 15 May 2024.
Administrative contact: doc. JUDr. Matěj Myška, Ph.D. (Phone No. +420 549 494 751, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org)
More information can be found here.