Doctorate of Multimedia and Design

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Program Description

The Doctorate of Multimedia and Design is a three-year or four-year programme taught in English language at the Faculty of Multimedia Communications (FMC) of Tomas Bata University in Zlín. Multimedia and Design is a discipline which nowadays plays an important role in economics, trade and design, so this programme is focused on theoretical and creative activity in this field. A specific highlight of the PhD programme is the emphasis on creating teams to solve different tasks. Teamwork in the field of multimedia and design helps to create new connections among the fields of marketing, media presentations and IT Technologies. The graduates are ready for professional creative and research activities in the academic field, in industry, education, as well as cultural institutions, in media and companies dealing with advertising industry. The language skill of graduates enables them to participate in international projects and to publish their research results in international journals.

Duration: 6 or 8 semesters (3 or 4 academic years)
Mode of study: Full-time/part-time
Degree obtained: Doctoral (abbr. “Ph.D.”)
Tuition fee: approx. EUR 2,500 per 1 academic year
First-year students may be awarded the TBU PhD scholarship amounting up to CZK 96,000 (approx. EUR 3,560) per academic year (full-time students only). Starting from second year, the total annual amount is based on the student’s academic performance.


• FMC is considered as an original and unique higher education institution in the Czech Republic.
• FMC educates and prepares students to become professionals in the fields of media and communication studies, visual arts and audiovisual arts.
• Research specialization: Fashion, Glass Design, Film and Animation, Graphic Design, Industrial Design.
• Graduates can work in advertising agencies, in the field of public relations or organization of exhibitions, in both profit and non-profit sectors.
• Students receive maximum support from FMC and are actively encouraged to apply their own ideas and develop their creative skills.

What`s Included

• Multicultural and friendly environment
• The Diploma Supplement recognized all over Europe
• Access to modern University Library
• Great facilities for students an R&D activities
• Affordable accommodation in the University Halls of Residence (approx. EUR 115/month)
• University Refectories that offer healthy meals at student-friendly prices (approx. EUR 1,5-2,5/meal)
• Large number of sport activities offered by The University Sports Club (membership fee is approx. EUR 30/year)
• Opportunity to attend Czech courses – class of 90 minutes every week (free of charge)
• Student organization Buddy System welcomes international students at the TBU and helps them feel like home in Zlín

Degree Course

Art/Fine Arts, Arts, Comm. (Radio, TV, & Film), Design, Fashion Design and Merchandising, Film, Filmmaking, Furniture Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design, Interior Design, Marketing, Ad., & PR, Media Relations, Media and Cultural Studies, Performance Design, TV and Media Production, Visual Arts, Web Design

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Program Locations

Zlin, Czech Republic

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Tomas Bata University in Zlin
  • Czech Republic: Zlin
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Degree Level:
Doctorate Degree
Tuition fee approx. EUR 2,500 per 1 academic year
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