Admission to full time learning

Doctoral studies

(Places financed from the state budget, and places requiring a tuition fee)

Candidates for doctoral studies in communication sciences have to participate to an admission colloquium (see below). They should have completed a long-term university program - i.e. they should have a bachelor's (BA) and a master's (MA/MS) degree diploma / advanced studies (promotions prior to 2003 do not have the obligation to submit master's degree diploma). Citizens of other countries can apply for admission to doctoral studies in accordance with the regulations of the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research. Candidates who have studied abroad will present at registration a certified translation of the diploma obtained, and the documents certifying it issued by the National Council for Attesting Titles, Diplomas, and Certificates of the Ministry of National Education and Scientific Research.

Conditions of registration

The registration file must include:

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The admission exam

The admission exam at doctoral studies in communication sciences consists of:

- examination of linguistic proficiency in English or French;

- colloquium based on the research project proposed by the candidate,  on her/his CV, and the paper submitted with the registration form (see above - chapter with related notes and bibliography of BA or MA thesis, or published paper.


Research topics specific to each supervisor can be viewed at:

Applicants are encouraged to contact a doctoral supervisor prior to applying in order to develop their research projects.


The current value of the fees for the academic year 2017-2018 will be published on the website after the Senate of NUPSPA will set the amount of all fees.

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