The following conditions must be satisfied to obtain a “Doctor Europaeus”:
- Thesis evaluation will be carried out by no less than two professors from two European universities in different EU States from where the thesis is discussed; At least one member of the Exam Commission must belong to a different EU State from where the thesis is discussed.
- Part of the thesis discussion must be held in a different EU official language than that used where the thesis is discussed;
- The research presented in the thesis must have been partly carried out in a stay abroad of no less than three months in a different EU member state.
Applications should be presented by candidates to the Programme Coordinator, who will submit it to the PhD Office with a declaration of conformity to application prerequisites before the student is admitted to the final exam, as well as to the PhD Exam Commission.