Closing Dates: 11th April 2022
Application calls for the International PhD Fellowship Awards at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark for the 2022/23 academic session.
The scholarship award seeks to assist students who wants to commence a PhD degree award at the Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science in the University of Copenhagen but are in need of financial aid.
About University of Copenhagen:
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is a public research university. Founded in 1479, the second-oldest university in Scandinavia and one of the best in the Nordic countries and Europe. It helps students with admissions, housing, and counselling, among other things, and it also hosts orientation programmes with a range of social events.
Furthermore, the University of Copenhagen is a research-intensive institution that provides world-class research and teaching. The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is one of the greatest research and educational institutions in the Nordic countries, with over 40,000 students and over 9,000 workers.
- Applicants should hold an MSc degree in pharmacology, physics, nanoscience, or similar fields with great results.
- Fluency in English and excellent written and oral communication skills.
All interested candidates must take admission in a postdoctoral degree at the University of Copenhagen. After being enrolled, applicants can complete the online application form for this award.
Applicants are required to present the following documents to the university;
- Motivated letter of application (max. one page)
- Curriculum vitae
- Original diplomas for Bachelor of Science or Master of Science and transcript of records
- Publication list (if possible)
- Reference letters
For taking admission, applicants must check and fulfill the admission guidelines to be admitted at UCH for the fellowship.
The University of Copenhagen will provide a good salary package to the high achieving candidates for PhD study program.
The terms of employment and salary are in accordance to the agreement between the Ministry of Finance and The Danish Confederation of Professional Associations on Academics in the State (AC).