|Deadline: 15 May 2022||Providers: Aarhus University|
|Funding Types: Fully Funded Scholarships||Study in: Denmark|
|Subjects: Subjects offered by the University||Study Level: PhD , Postgraduate|
About the Scholarship
You can apply for the Aarhus University Scholarship if you are considering applying for a PhD place in Health and hold a qualifying degree from a non-Danish university.
The goal of the research stay is to determine whether the candidate is qualified to pursue a PhD in Health. It will be utilized for a 1-3 month(s) research project at Aarhus University’s Department of Health.
In 1928, Aarhus University, Denmark’s second-largest university, was established. AU has been named one of the top 100 universities in the world. It is a research-intensive university that strives for the highest international standards and excels at creating value through knowledge, fresh insights, and collaboration, as well as promoting worldwide connections.
Benefits of the Scholarship
The Aarhus University Scholarship will pay DKK 15,000 per month in living expenses (housing, course fees, etc.) and travel expenses (taxed at source) (transport, visa, etc.).
Eligible Countries: All nationalities are eligible for this Aarhus University Scholarship.
Eligible Course or Subjects: PhD degree in Health.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must meet all the given criteria:
Must be enrolled as a Master’s degree student at a non-Danish university (equivalent to a Danish Master’s degree of 120 ECTS credits or a similar relevant five-year degree programme or with a qualifying degree from a non-Danish university (Master’s level (120 ECTS credits) or equivalent).
Students must be International students.
- How to Apply:To apply for the programme, applicants must take admission in the PhD degree programme at the university. Applications can only be submitted by the main supervisor when there is an open call.
- Supporting Documents:The students are required to present the following documents to the university:
- Bachelor’s degree and Master’s degree diploma and transcripts of records
- Motivation and competencies (Word)
- Initial PhD plan (Word)
- Recommendation from primary supervisor (Word)
- Master’s study plan (Word)
- Admission Requirements: Students must have a relevant higher education degree. Access to the graduate school’s PhD programme requires a Danish master’s degree of 120 ECTS credits or a similar relevant five-year degree programme.
- Language Requirement:Applicant must document English language proficiency identical to an ‘English B level’ in the Danish upper secondary school.