The Doctoral degree (PhD) is the highest degree that a University can given and it is conferred to the student who has obtained a Bachelor or a Master’s degree in the respective discipline and who has approved an advanced studies or research program.

It certifies that its owner has the ability and expertise to carry out original research.


It requires at least two years of study and a thesis resulting from original research that constitutes a contribution to a discipline. Currently, our University has six doctoral programs.