Law of Information and Communication Technologies

Doctoral degree in combined form. The language of instruction is English.

The programme can be studied only as a single subject. Tuition fee is €1,000 per academic year.

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Přijímací řízení do cizojazyčných doktorských programů - akad.rok 2022/2023 (zahájení: podzim 2022)
Submission deadline until midnight 31 May 2022.

What will you learn?

The study of ICT law provides for opportunities to complexly understand regulatory issues related to development and practical applications of advanced information and communication technologies. Besides that, students have the opportunity to acquire in the course of their studies a unique methodological toolbox for approaching law as an information system (i.e. a system of formal signs whose purpose is to organise the society). Study in this programme leads to detailed understanding of both fundaments and the application layer of regulatory phenomena related to information and communication technologies (e.g. information privacy, cybersecurity) while providing for an opportunity to approach the law through the nonconformist method of virtualisation. The systematic assembly of profiling courses together with compulsory publications and practical colloquia prepares students for resolving hard interpretative and legislative questions of regulation of ICT, while providing them with tools and intellectual motivation for creative applications of informational-legal methodology in standard legal situations.

“Technology, humanity, law.”

Practical training

Practical training does not represent a compulsory part of the curriculum. There are irregularly organised colloquia with practicing lawyers (justices, solicitors etc.)

Career opportunities

The graduates are ready for higher seniority levels of legal counselling regarding ICT regulatory phenomena in private practice (bar practice, in-house practice etc.) or public service (judiciary, public prosecution etc.) The graduates are also fit to conduct independent research in ICT law at intermediate level of scientific seniority and to independently participate on collaborative academic and commercial scientific projects.

Admission requirements

The oral part of the entrance examination shall take place on a single day within the period ranging from 13. 6. 2022 to 17. 6. 2022. The applicant shall be informed of the date via e-mail seven days prior to the date.

Criteria for evaluation

The criteria and the parts of the entrance examination are specified in the conditions for admission


1 Feb – 31 May 2022

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Study information

Provided by Faculty of Law
Type of studies Doctoral
Mode full-time No
combined Yes
Study options single-subject studies Yes
single-subject studies with specialization No
major/minor studies No
Standard length of studies 4 years
Language of instruction English
Doctoral board and doctoral committees
Tuition fees
The studies are subject to tuition, fees are paid per academic year
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