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Some details on PhD Study at ÚFAL


Status of this document:

  • This document describes how the PhD study program Computational Linguistics is organized.
  • This document is a rather informal summary. Clearly, faculty and university regulations provide more details and are superior to this document (but hopefully there are no contradictions; if you find some, please report it to zabokrtsky@ufal.mff.cuni.cz).
  • This document is not exhaustive: new PhD students are provided with much more organizational and technical information collectively in the course NPFL118 as well as individually by their supervisors.

Table of contents:


A. Milestones in an individual PhD study at UFAL

A.1. Searching for your PhD advisor and your PhD topic

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A.2. Applying for a PhD student position

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A.3. Passing the entrance examination

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A.4. Applying for an employee position (AP1)

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A.5. Enrolling into the study program P4I3(A)

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A.6. Composing your individual study plan

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  • yearly evaluation and updates

A.7. Submitting your GAUK grant application

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A.8. Presenting your PhD research topic at the UFAL PhD micro-conference

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A.9. Going for a research stay abroad

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A.10. Submitting your thesis proposal and passing the state doctoral exam

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A.11. Giving a pre-defense presentation at UFAL Monday seminar

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A.12. Submitting and defending your PhD thesis

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Miscelaneous information

B.1. Money first - typical PhD students' income

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B.2. Publication activity during the study

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B.3. What if things go wrong...

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