2023 ETH Zurich International Scholarships in Switzerland



Deadline: 31 August, 2022 Providers: ETH Zurich
Funding Types: Fully Funded Scholarships Study in: Switzerland
Subjects: Subjects offered by the University Study Level: PhD, Postgraduate

About the Scholarship

The ETH Zurich University, ZURICH, Switzerland, has provided you the opportunity to pursue a PhD without paying a dime through the 2022/23 Fully funded Scholarships to achieve a PhD in Computational Near-Surface Geophysics for the academic year 2022-2023.

In order to encourage international students to pursue a PhD in computational near-surface geophysics at ETH Zurich, the university offers the ETH Zurich International Scholarship program.

Switzerland’s Zürich is home to the public research university ETH Zurich. The institution, which was established in 1854 by the Swiss Federal Government with the stated goal of training engineers and scientists, largely concentrates on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The world’s 15th-best university was ETH Zurich. ETH Zurich enjoys a top-tier reputation in both academia and business.

Also apply: Fully Funded Scholarships at Norwegian University of Life Sciences, Norway.

Benefits of the Scholarship

Candidates will get their salaries from ETH Zurich. The working environment at ETH Zurich is great and family-friendly. You may anticipate a stimulating workplace, cultural diversity, and enticing incentives and advantages.

Scholarship Eligibility

Eligible Country: All nationalities are eligible for this ETH Zurich International Scholarship.

Eligible course/subject: PhD in computational near-surface geophysics is an eligible course or subject.

Eligibility criteria: The following requirements must be met by candidates in order to be eligible:

The scholarship is open to International or domestic applicants.

Applicants should be highly interested in numerical forward modeling and inversion, and preferably have experience in these fields. Additionally, it is intended to conduct a small amount of fieldwork and laboratory research as part of both programs.


  • How to Apply: In order to apply for the stipend, applicants must submit an online application form. Please contact Prof. Dr. Hansruedi Maurer ([email protected]); only online applications will be considered.
  • Supporting Documents: The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
  • Cover letter
  • Academic transcripts
  • CV
  • Passport
  • Admission Requirements: Applicants should hold a Master’s degree in geophysics, physics, mathematics, or electrical engineering.
  • Language Requirement:  Students must have excellent proficiency or working languages in our group are English and German