Auxiliary Historical Sciences
The doctoral degree study programme in auxiliary historical sciences focuses on the deep study of auxiliary historical sciences, the history of administration, and on the theoretical and practical aspects of editing techniques (concerning mediaeval and early modern and modern sources), including the history of the methodology of each auxiliary historical science. The objects of interest are both official and literary sources.
Graduates of the doctoral degree study programme in auxiliary historical sciences have acquired very good knowledge of auxiliary historical sciences, history of administration, editing techniques, and at least one world language. They acquire excellent knowledge of the subject of their specialization.
A successful graduate is able to
- join scientific research according to their specialization
- apply theoretical and methodological knowledge and skills in auxiliary historical sciences
- prepare a critical edition of a selected historical source
- provide independent research
- lead courses at the university
- provide lectures at the university
Graduates of the doctoral degree study programme in auxiliary historical sciences are prepared primarily for further expert careers in research and scientific institutions focused on editing historical sources and in archives, museums, and libraries with historical collections. They are able to work in all other types of memorial institutions.
Unfortunately no information about admission requirements is available.