Which agreements exist concerning the doctorate?
Graduate students in the NUM are governed by the academic rules and regulations approved under the president order 425 dated 31 August, 2012 and the General rule for Doctor’s dissertation defense.
Which forms of doctorate do exist?
Graduate students can enroll either for a full-time doctorate defined as registration for six semester credit hours during both the fail and spring semesters or part-time doctorate defined as registration for eight semester credit hours during both the fall and spring semesters. Also an accelerated doctorate defined as registration for four semester study is available.
Are there any structured doctorate programs /Graduate Schools? If so, when have they been launched about which topics and with what success? Are there any (model) statutes for the doctorate programs?
Doctoral students are governed by the academic rules and regulations approved under the president order 425 dated 31 August, 2012 and the General rule for Doctor’s dissertation defense. In which subject area does the NUM have most PhD students?
The popular subject areas/schools at the NUM are shown in the chart. The areas having the most PhD students are not only Social sciences areas but also professional PhD programs such as Finance (School of Business) and Law (School of Law).
On average, how long does a doctorate take?
By the academic rules and relations full-time doctoral students are expected to complete all degree requirements in no more than three years after the date of first enrollment in the degree program whereas half-time students have four years. However this period of time tends to extend to seven or eight years.
By whom and in which way the PhD students are guided/supervised/promoted?
The study, training and development of PhD students are managed and supervised not only by the Schools office for graduate training but also the professors.