Faculty of PharmacyComenius University in Bratislava

Accredited study programs

At the Faculty of Pharmacy, Comenius University in Bratislava, PhD studies are carried out in the following accredited study programs (last accredited: 30 October 2015):

Full-time study: 

  • Pharmacology in the field of study Pharmacy, in 4-year full-time study, without time limit;
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the field of study Pharmacy, in 4-year full-time study, without time limit;
  • Pharmacognosy in the field of study Pharmacy, in 4-year full-time study, without time limit;
  • Clinical Pharmacy in the field of study Pharmacy, in 4-year full-time study, without time limit.

Part-time study:

  • Pharmacology in the field of study Pharmacy, in five-year part-time study, without time limit;
  • Pharmaceutical Chemistry in the field of study Pharmacy, in five-year part-time study, without time limit;
  • Pharmacognosy in the field of study Pharmacy, in five-year part-time study, without time limit;
  • Clinical Pharmacy in the field of study Pharmacy, in five-year part-time study, without time limit.

Basic Information on the Accredited Study Programs:

Study program Pharmacology of doctoral degree studies in the Study field of Pharmacy

The main subject of the entrance examination: Pharmacology

Other subjects of the entrance examination: Biology, Physiology, Molecular Biology, Pathophysiology, Biochemistry, Toxicology, Microbiology, Immunology, Genetics, Clinical Pharmacology and Clinical Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutical Technology, Retail Pharmacy/Social Pharmacy, Pharmacoepidemiology.

The condition for admission is a completed 2nd stage (Master programs) of university studies (Pharmacy, Medicine, Veterinary Medicine or Natural Sciences) and successful passing of the admission exam.

Study program Pharmacetical Chemistry of doctoral degree studies in the Study field of Pharmacy

The main subject of the entrance examination: Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Other subjects of the entrance examination: Inorganic Chemistry, Organic Chemistry, Bioorganic Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Biochemistry, Pharmacology, Stereochemistry.

The condition for admission is a completed 2nd stage (Master programs) of university studies (Pharmacy or Technical or Scientific Chemical study programs) and successful passing of the admission exam.

Study program Pharmacognosy of doctoral degree studies in the Study field of Pharmacy

The main subject of the entrance examination: Pharmacognosy

Other subjects of the entrance examination: Pharmaceutical Botany, Biochemistry, Analytical Chemistry, Clinical Pharmacy, Plant Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Chemical Control of Drugs, Pharmaceutical Technology, Pharmacology

The condition for admission is a completed joint 1st and 2nd stage (Master programs) of university studies of Pharmacy, in the field of study 7.3.1. Pharmacy (or equivalent of study abroad) or completed 2nd stage of university studies in single-subject study programs of Genetics and Molecular Cytology or single-subject study program in Molecular Biology or single-subject study program in Genetics, always in the field of study 4.2.1 Biology or the single-subject study program of Biochemistry in field of study Chemistry 4.1.14 (or equivalent of study abroad) and successful passing of the admission exam.

Study program Clinical Pharmacy of doctoral degree studies in the Study field of Pharmacy

The main subjects of the entrance examination: Clinical Pharmacy

Other subjects of the entrance examination: Pathophysiology, Immunology, Microbiology, Pathobiochemistry, Toxicology, Pharmacology, Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapy, Retail Pharmacy/Social Pharmacy, Applied Statistics for Pharmacists, Pharmacoepidemiology, Information Technologies in Pharmacy, Pharmacoeconomics

The condition for admission is a completed 2nd stage (Master programs) of university studies (Pharmacy or Medicine) and successful passing of the admission exam.

Admission procedure for PhD. studies

Requirements for the admission procedure for doctoral studies in the academic year 2020/2021: (PDF file)