Introduction - Doctoral School of Education
Doctoral School of Education
Our programme comprises of both course-based and research-based elements. The aim of the doctoral programme is to enable students to conduct research in accordance with the common national and international standards in pedagogy.
Academic research competencies of students are to be developed in order to enable them to carry out solid research, write and defend dissertations, and be prepared for working in tertiary education or research centres.
Therefore, the credits students have to earn during their studies are divided in the following proportion:
33% for courses (84 credit),
5% for complex examination (12 credit),
45% for academic research (112 credit),
and 17% for teaching in tertiary education (44 kredit).
The supervisors at the doctoral school support their students’ research work and introduce them into the field of professional and academic public life relying on the research findings, qualifications as researchers and teachers in their academic field, and participation in various international research projects.
The Doctoral School of Education at ELTE consists of the following doctoral programmes:
- Andragogy/Adult Learning and Education Programme
- European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE)
- Special Education Programme
- Language Pedagogy Programme
- Theoretical and Historical Pedagogy Programme
- Sports and Health Promotion Programme