September 21, 2017

Several PHD Scholarships in Denmark by Aarhus University

The Aarhus University scholarships careers.gbcolors.com

Details

This scholarship is funded by Aarhus University Denmark for International Students, before you apply to this scholarship you first have to verify your degree from Danish Agency for International Education.

Financial support

  • Enrolment in the PhD programme requires documented funding for the entire PhD programme.
  • You can apply for scholarships/fellowships in connection with your application to the PhD programme.
  • You can apply as a self-financed student. You must document your external funding sources.

Types of PhD scholarships

3-year PhD fellowships

To be considered for a 3-year PhD fellowship you must have passed a qualifying exam that corresponds to 300 ECTS credits (e.g. a Bachelor’s degree allocated 180 ECTS credits and a Master’s degree allocated 120 ECTS credits). The recipient is employed as a PhD research fellow for three years.

4-year PhD scholarships

To be considered for a 4-year PhD scholarship you must have passed a qualifying exam that corresponds to 240 ECTS credits (e.g. a Bachelor’s degree allocated 180 ECTS credits as well as Master’s degree exams corresponding to 60 ECTS credits, or a Master’s degree allocated 240 ECTS credits).

A 4-year PhD scholarship consists of two parts;

  • Part A (the first two years)
  • Part B (the last two years)

The recipient receives a monthly payment as a scholar during part A. When entering part B the recipient is employed as a PhD research fellow and receives a monthly salary. In the transition from part A to part B, a Danish Master’s degree is obtained. The transition from part A to part B also requires satisfactory completion of part A.

5-year PhD scholarships

To be considered for a 5-year PhD scholarship you must have completed the Bachelor’s programme (the so-called 3+5 or Bologna Danese track which corresponds to 180 ECTS credits). On completion of a Bachelor’s degree, talented students are admitted directly to a programme which combines a Master’s programme with a PhD programme.

For further details please visit  Aarhus University

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