The University of Copenhagen offers a Ph.D. Scholarship in Physics for successful international students. The academic year 2021-2022.
The University of Copenhagen is a public research university and center of higher education in Denmark ranked 84th by Times Higher Education 2021.
The university is known worldwide for offering leading research and teaching results. The institution enables its students to conduct research that broadens horizons and helps move the world forward.
In order to strengthen the scientific basis for promoting health and preventing and treating disease, Copenhagen students can carry out their research individually under supervision.
Title to Receive: Doctorate
Place of Study: Denmark
Offeror: University of Copenhagen
Application deadline: 09/12/2021
- The scholarship offers a Ph.D. scholarship worth 6,243 DKK along with a salary of 333,464 DKK and a minimum of 54,191 DKK for a maximum of three years.
- The scholarship does not cover travel expenses, medical insurance, or study materials.
- Eligible course or subjects: Ph.D. in Physics at the Faculty of Sciences of the University of Copenhagen.
- Applicants must have an interest in the field of biophysical systems and machine learning.
- Applicants must apply on the university’s online platform.
- Students must submit the following documents: A cover letter detailing the motivation and background to apply for the specific doctoral project; CV; Diploma and transcripts of records (BSc and MSc); Acceptance letter for the relevant master’s program at SCIENCE; Other information for your consideration, p. Eg list of publications; 1-3 letters of reference; Sample code written by applicants they are proud of
- Candidates must have a master’s degree in physics, mathematics, computer science, or any similar technical field with good results.
- Students are required to have good English skills. They can provide proof of proficiency through: IELTS – 6.5 CPE / CAE – Pass or TOEFL IBT –83.
How to apply:
Follow the link provided to apply for this student grant.
Applications sent after the said deadline will most likely be turned down.