PhD Scholarships in Denmark
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PhD Scholarships in Denmark: Danish universities and research institutions welcome international PhD students either as full degree students or as visiting students.
A Danish PhD programme usually lasts three years.
The general admission requirements for PhD programmes include a Candidatus/Master’s degree or equivalent comparable to the Danish two-year Candidatus/Master’s degree.
In some areas, a four-year PhD programme is offered to students who have completed a Bachelor’s qualification and one year of study at postgraduate level.
Financing; A range of funding options are available:
Studentships: PhD studentships are advertised by universities, research institutions, business enterprises and public and private foundations. Employment is usually for a period of 3 years.
Industrial PhD fellowships: These fellowships are offered through collaboration between a private enterprise and a university. The PhD project is carried out as a research project and the PhD student facilitates research co-operation between the two partners. These fellowships usually have a duration of 3 years.
International financial support: There is also the possibility of getting international financial support either from your home country or from international organisations such as the European Commission’s research programmes.
For more information and application, see: PhD Scholarships in Denmark
Also see: Current PhD Scholarships at University of Copenhagen
Also see: PhD studentships / PhD scholarships / PhD fellowships in Denmark
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