The Doctoral School of Physical Sciences delivers elite education in science, training the next generation of academic lecturers and researchers in the scientific areas covered at the School. The study and research environment is provided by the departments of Institute of Physics and Institute of Nuclear Techniques, MTA-BME Condensed Matter Physics Reasearch Group, as well as cooperating research institutes and industrial research laboratories. Research areas include nanophysics, spintronics, magnoto-optics, surface physics, laser physics, complex networks, medical physics, applied optics and theoretical physics, and it hosts the only PhD programme in reactor physics.


General information about admission can be found here: Admission


Open calls for application


Applications in the framework of Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship (Tempus Public Foundation)


Students from certain countries may apply for tuition-free education, a monthly stipend, a contribution to accommodation costs, and medical insurance via the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Programme.


Guide for Stipendium Hungaricum applications


General applications


Call for applications for PhD studies starting in the spring semester of the academic year 2021/2022