Ph.D. in Law Enforcement
The Doctoral School of Law Enforcement was established in 2015 and uniquely, the programs are held in Hungarian only. It is currently the single doctoral school in Hungary explicitly focusing on research issues of law enforcement. In addition to the other faculties, institutes and organisational bodies of Ludovika - UPS, the Doctoral School intends to involve scholars from external partners (international partners, universities, and research institutes) to enhance the research programs in law enforcement. The Doctoral School offers several formats of education; hence Ph.D. students have the choice of full-time (scholarship or self-financed) studies, part-time (self-financed) studies and individual training (self-financed) or individual preparation
Research topics of the Doctoral School:
• Law Enforcement Theory, History of Law Enforcement, National Security and Law Enforcement;
• Specialized fields of Law Enforcement, the International and European Union Law and Policy Aspects of Law Enforcement;
• The Legal, Criminological, Forensic and Social Sciences Aspects of Law Enforcement.