EVENT

tuesday 17 september 2019

 TASHKENT STATE UNIVERSITY OF LAW announces admission to institutions of basic doctoral courses and doctoral courses for the year 2020 in the following specialties:

12.00.01

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Theory and history of state and law. History of political and legal doctrines.

1 PhD

12.00.03

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Civil law. Business law. Family law. Private international law.

1 PhD

1 DSC

12.00.08

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Criminal law. The prevention of crime. Criminology. Criminal-Executive law.

1 PhD

12.00.09

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criminal process. Criminalistics, operation investigation law and forensic examination.

1 PhD

Total:

 

 

4 PhD

1 DSc

 

Documents are accepted from September 15 to October 15, 2019

Applicants entering basic doctoral courses must comply following requirements:

having a master's degree or a diploma of higher education (programme of the specialty);

having certain scientific results, including at least one scientific article published in a scientific journal, and at least two theses in collections of scientific papers in relevant scientific areas, which may form the basis of dissertation for the degree of doctor of philosophy (PhD).

Applicants for training in the basic doctoral studies represent the admissions office the following documents:

application;

personal statement/CV;

copy of employment record, certified in the prescribed manner (for working candidates);

a copy of a master's degree or diploma of higher education (programme of the specialty);

list of published scientific works and their copies.

Applicants entering the doctoral program, or an independent candidate for a degree of Doctor of science (DSc) must comply the following requirements:

having a scientific degree of candidate of Sciences or doctor of philosophy (PhD) or other equivalent degrees acquired in foreign States;

having significant scientific achievements after obtaining the degree of candidate of Sciences or doctor of philosophy (PhD) or other equivalent degrees obtained in foreign States, including at least three scientific articles published in scientific journals, and at least two theses in collections of scientific and scientific-practical conferences, and in other collections of scientific papers in relevant scientific areas, which may form the basis of dissertation for the degree of Doctor of science (DSc).

Applicants for the doctoral courses represent the admissions office following documents:

application;

personal statement/CV;

copy of employment record, certified in the prescribed manner (for working candidates);

a copy of the diploma on higher education, doctor of philosophy (PhD) or other equivalent degrees obtained abroad;

scientific report on the research topic and a detailed draft plan of the thesis for the degree of doctor of science (DSc);

list of published scientific works and their copies

Applicants for training in the basic doctoral program take entrance exams on specialty and foreign language (studied in the previous levels of education).

Applicants for doctoral training are interviewed by specialty conducted by a Collegial body.

 

Admission to the Institute independent of PhD courses for the year 2020 in the following specialties:

12.00.01 - Theory and history of state and law. History of political and legal doctrines.

12.00.02 - Constitutional law. Administrative law. Financial and customs law.

12.00.03 - Civil law. Business law. Family law. Private international law.

12.00.04 - Civil procedural law. Economic procedural law. The arbitration process and mediation.

12.00.05 - Labour law. Social security law.

12.00.06 - Law of natural resources. Agrarian law. Environmental law.

12.00.07 - Judicial power. Public Prosecutor's supervision. Organization of law enforcement. Advocacy.

12.00.08 - Criminal law. The prevention of crime. Criminology. Criminal-Executive law.

12.00.09 - Criminal process. Criminalistics, operating investigation law and forensic examination.

Documents are accepted from September 15 to October 15, 2019

Applicants entering as independent candidates for a degree of doctor of philosophy (PhD) must meet the following requirements:

having a master's degree or a diploma of higher education (program of the specialty);

having some scientific articles.

having teaching and research experience of not less than two years or having certain scientific achievements (patents for invention or inventors ' certificates).

Applicants entering as independent candidates for a degree of doctor of science (DSc), should have a scientific degree of candidate of Sciences or doctor of philosophy (PhD) or other equivalent degrees acquired in foreign countries, have significant scientific achievements after obtaining the degree of candidate of Sciences or doctor of philosophy (PhD).

Applicant for self-competition makes an application to the admissions office the following documents:

A brief autobiographical reference;

copies of a master's degree or clinical residency (for medical Sciences) or a diploma of higher education (programme of studies) — for registration as an independent competitor of a scientific degree of the doctor of philosophy (PhD);

copy of employment record, certified in the prescribed manner;

list of scientific works and their copies;

a copy of the PhD diploma or diploma of doctor of philosophy (PhD) or other equivalent degrees obtained abroad — for registration as an independent competitor of a scientific degree of doctor of science (DSc);

reference from the place of work.

For information, you can contact the following address:

Tashkent., Sayilgokh street, 35, TSUL, Department of coordination of scientific researches and training of scientific and pedagogical staff.

Tel: 233-66-36: (1042, 1043)

 

Note: In accordance with the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan on July 19, 2019 № 606, candidates are issued for independent courses by the head of university declared quarterly by March 5, June 5, September 5 and Dec 4.