The scholarships are funded by the Danish National Advanced Technology Foundation (3) and the Faculty of Science, University of Copenhagen (1).
Qualifications and requirements The Ph.D. scholarship requires enrolment in the Ph.D. program at DIKU under either the 5+3 model or the 4+4 model.
Salary and appointment terms are according to the national employment agreements for Ph.D. students under the 5+3, respectively 4+4 models.
Under the 5+3 model, the scholarship runs for 3 years at full salary level;
to qualify, the applicant must have a 5-year Master’s degree in computer science by the time the position is commenced.
Under the 4+4 model, the scholarship runs for 4 years, with the first 2 years at a reduced stipend level and, subject to a qualifying exam, the final 2 years at full salary level;
to qualify the applicant must have a recently acquired 3-year Bachelor’s degree in computer science and 1 year (60 ECTS points) of activities (courses, projects) in a computer science, software engineering or information systems graduate program.
Applying for the position
If you are interested in this Ph.D. scholarship at DIKU, please read the material on the project website www.3gERP.org carefully.
If you have questions you are encouraged to contact Prof. Fritz Henglein (email: henglein [at] diku.dk, tel.: +45-35321463, Skype: henglein) prior to sending an application.
An application must contain the following parts:
Cover letter, including contact information and an indication as to whether you have a Master’s degree (application for Ph.D. scholarship under 5+3 model) or not (application under 4+4 model).
Motivation for applying for a 3gERP Ph.D. scholarship at DIKU
Documentation of academic qualifications
Documentation of other qualifications (if any) such as relevant practical experience
If you have any publications (this is not required, though), copies of at most 2 publications (max. 20 pages each), including co-authorship statements.
The application must be submitted electronically.
Deadline for applications and letters of reference:
April noon (Central European Summer Time).
Expected start of Ph.D. position: May or as soon as possible thereafter, though no later than August.