The University of Southern Denmark Offers Doctoral Scholarship in Health Informatics and Technology for Successful International Students; academic session 2020/2021.
The University of Southern Denmark is a recognized university offering a variety of higher education programs, including bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs. The university offers a wide range of support services and guidance programs so that you can have the best possible study experience. Here, students will enjoy a remarkably high standard of living and educational facilities.
- The scholarship offers employment as a Ph.D. Fellow which is a 3-year salaried position (the starting salary amounts to approximately 3,378, – EURO per month, including supplements).
- Acceptable Course (s): Doctoral Program in Health Informatics and Technology.
- Applicants must have a master’s degree (equivalent to a Danish master’s degree) in Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Computer Engineering or similar, in which they must have formal qualifications in two or more of the following fields: image processing,
- Optoelectronics, development, and testing of electronic circuits, integrated systems, signal processing, modeling and simulation, bioimpedance analysis.
- Knowledge, experience, and skills in the following or related topics will be considered benefits: control theory, physiology, Matlab, Python, NumPy, and mobile application programming.
- To be considered for the scholarship, candidates must be admitted to a doctoral course at the University of Southern Denmark. After registering, applicants must complete and submit an application online.
- Applicants must provide the completed TEK Ph.D. application form, a motivation letter, a detailed CV, a short Ph.D. research proposal, verified copies of the official Bachelor’s and Master’s diploma, an official document describing the qualification scheme of the awarding universities, References if you have them.
- Students are expected to communicate scientific results in English (written and spoken) and to communicate clearly with project participants in English or Danish.