Doctoral degree programmes

MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS

Contact:

University of Ljubljana FACULTY OF MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS
Jadranska 19, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia
Phone: +386 1 476 65 00

Contact:
izr. prof. dr. Jernej Fesel Kamenik, University of Ljubljana Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Scientific fields/Modules/Areas:
Mathematics: Mathematics, Mathematical education Physics: Physics, Physics Education, Meteorology, Nuclear Engineering
The programme is organised by the University of Ljubljana and provided by:
University of Ljubljana Faculty of Mathematics and Physics
Number of available places:
50
Application deadline:
First application deadline: 1 June 2021
In the event of available places, a second deadline will be opened until 2 September 2021
In the event of available places, a third deadline will be opened from 21 to 23 September 2021
Fee per programme:
€14,200.00
Fee per study year:
1st year: €4,000.00
2nd year: €4,000.00
3rd year: €4,000.00
4th year: €2,200.00
Number of available places:
50

Mathematics and physics represent two fundamental areas of science that are also important foundations for the development of other scientific fields in natural sciences, technology, social sciences and others. Doctoral studies are thus not only important for development in the area of mathematics and physics but also for developments in other related areas. The main objective of the Mathematics and Physics programme is to train highly qualified researchers for independent research in their narrow specializations. The structure of the programme in the organized part guarantees students a sufficient wider knowledge that is indispensable for a young expert involved as an active member of large interdisciplinary research groups.

The doctoral programme in Mathematics and Physics is organized by the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics with cooperation of internationally recognized foreign experts and experts from other faculties of the University of Ljubljana. The programme contains two sub-programmes, Physics and Mathematics, enabling the students to specialize in one of the following scientific areas: Physics, Physics Education, Meteorology, Nuclear physics, Mathematics, and Mathematical Education. The main emphasis of the doctoral study is on research and research-related activities. A selection of courses (module-specific and elective) is also available, allowing students to form individual study programmes consistent with their research interest.