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PhD student's statement for evaluation purposes

Each PhD student indicates one discipline to which his or her scientific achievements may be assigned. A PhD student submits a declaration at the beginning of the education at the Doctoral School, and in and if he or she changes the discipline, he or she shall submit it again. The declaration form is attached as Appendix 3a to the ordinance No. 168/2020 of the Rector of the University of Silesia (in Polish only).

Document in Polish: zalacznik_nr_3a_do_tekstu_jednolitego

Document in English: zalacznik_nr_3a_do_tekstu_jednolitego ENG

Caution: as an official document, it should be delivered in Polish version – English version is attached here for informational reasons.

Scientific achievements assigned to the evaluation

By the end of each calendar year, i.e. by December 31, the PhD student submits to the Doctoral School a list of achievements for a closed period, i.e. for the entire calendar year, and in the case of a list submitted for the first time – from the date of the begining of education at the Doctoral School. In the absence of achievements, the PhD student provides a blank, but signed, form.

The document should be submitted to the Doctoral School in two versions:

  • paper with a signature (due to the current sanitary conditions – scan with signature to the address phd.plan@us.edu.pl)
  • electronic in the form of a file that allows editing and copying (no signature required) to the address phd.plan@us.edu.pl

Wykaz_osiągnięć_wzór (Polish)

List_of_achievments (English)

Polish or English version may be delivered.

Scientific achievements of PhD students during the evaluation of disciplines and for other needs

The Doctoral School forwards the evaluation achievements of its PhD students to the relevant institutes which decide on the use of these achievements in the evaluation of the discipline.

The list of achievements is also collected at the Doctoral School and can be used for popularization or statistical purposes, and may also become the basis for awarding additional scholarships (if established).

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