Application is now open for Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures, Data Sharing, and Complex Regulatory Frameworks at the University of Copenhagen. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.
About the University of Copenhagen and Scholarship
The University of Copenhagen, known as KU (Danish: Københavns Universitet), stands as a venerable public research institution situated in the vibrant city of Copenhagen, Denmark. Dating back to its establishment in 1479, the university proudly holds the distinction of being the second-oldest university in Scandinavia, succeeding Uppsala University. Over the centuries, the University of Copenhagen has cultivated a reputation as a leading academic institution, recognized for its unwavering commitment to research excellence and educational innovation.
Organized into six distinct faculties, the university conducts its teaching endeavors across four strategically located campuses in Copenhagen. These campuses serve as dynamic hubs for academic exploration, fostering an environment conducive to learning and intellectual engagement. With a comprehensive academic structure encompassing 36 departments and 122 separate research centers, the university contributes to a vibrant and diverse scholarly landscape in the heart of Copenhagen. Moreover, the University of Copenhagen takes pride in its various museums and botanical gardens, both within and beyond the Danish capital, adding an extra layer of richness to the academic and cultural experience it provides.
For those harboring aspirations of pursuing doctoral studies in Denmark, the University of Copenhagen extends an enticing opportunity through International PhD Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures. Administered by the Faculty of Law, this fellowship is designed to support high-achieving candidates from across the globe in their pursuit of a Ph.D. degree program. Successful applicants not only receive a regular monthly salary by Danish law but are also granted an annual research budget, augmenting their capacity for making impactful scholarly contributions.
This initiative underscores the University of Copenhagen’s dedication to fostering global collaboration, supporting exceptional researchers, and contributing to advancements in various fields, particularly at the nexus of health infrastructures. In doing so, the university aligns with its overarching mission of promoting academic excellence, driving research-led innovation, and fostering international engagement.
Details about the Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures, Data Sharing, and Complex Regulatory Frameworks at the University of Copenhagen:
Scholarship Sponsor: University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Scholarship Value: Salary
Number of awards: N/A
Study level: PhD
Host Institution(s): University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Eligibility Criteria for Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures, Data Sharing, and Complex Regulatory Frameworks
Applicants are advised to meet the following requirements to be eligible for Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures, Data Sharing, and Complex Regulatory Frameworks at the University of Copenhagen:
- Countries Eligible to Apply: Applications from all overseas applicants are welcome.
- Course or Subject Eligibility: PhD program in the Faculty of Law
- Qualifications: To be considered, candidates must fulfill all of the following requirements:
- Candidates must hold a degree that builds upon a 180 ECTS bachelor’s degree (three years of full-time study) or similar credentials to be eligible for the Danish Master of Laws degree, which is a second cycle 120 ECTS degree. The Ministry of Higher Education and Science will evaluate the master’s degree of non-Danish applicants to determine whether or not it is comparable to a Danish master’s degree.
- According to the Danish grading scale, applicants must have earned a minimum overall grade average of 8.2 or above at the Master’s level (for the Danish scale, see https://ufm.dk/en/education/the-danish-education-system/grading-system?set_language=en&cl=en).
- Candidates may apply even if they haven’t finished their master’s degree. Obtaining the Master’s degree before the commencement date is mandatory.
- To demonstrate their capacity for tackling the challenging process of preparing a Ph.D. thesis, applicants must demonstrate a research aptitude through the meritorious evaluation of their final thesis, publications, or academic recommendations.
- Admission Requirements: To be admitted to UCH for the fellowship, candidates must review and meet the admission requirements.
- Language Requirement: Applicants must possess outstanding communication and language abilities in English. Candidates must be able to follow PhD courses in English and instruct in Danish or English at the academic level.
The following files must be submitted by the applicants:
- Master of Science diploma and transcript of records. If not completed, a certified/signed copy of a recent transcript of records or a written statement from the institution or supervisor will do
- Publication list (if possible)
- Motivated letter of application (max. one page)
- CV incl. education, experience, language skills, and other skills relevant to the position
Application Procedure for Scholarships in Intersection of Innovative Health Infrastructures, Data Sharing, and Complex Regulatory Frameworks
The Application Deadline is: 07 January 2024
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