The Copenhagen Bioscience Ph.D. program offers exceptional students with a university degree from outside of Denmark to avail an opportunity to start their research careers in the vibrant environment of the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centre cluster (Denmark).
Number of tentative fellowships: sixteen students
Students will be selected based on:
A. Academic achievements
B. Research experience
C. Academic references
About the Program:
A. Duration: a four-year program
B. The program is divided into a pre-doctoral year followed by three years of Doctoral training at one of the Novo Nordisk Foundation research centers
C. Location: University of Copenhagen and Technical University of Denmark.
D. First year of the program includes short rotations, a common course, joint seminars, and selection of a Ph.D. project.
E. Recipients will have to pass exams at the end of the first year to qualify for the following three years of doctoral education.
A. The Foundation will fully cover salary and tuition fees.
B. Accommodation is offered for the first year.
C. The Foundation will pay for travel and accommodation for selected candidates in association with the interview visit.
Requirements / Eligibility:
A. Applicants must have received a university degree from outside of Denmark.
B. Open for students with Danish degrees who have at least one year of full-time research experience outside Denmark.
C. Minimum of two academic references.
D. Provide evidence of English language skills; TOEFL/GRE scores
E. All candidates must have stayed outside Denmark for one (01) year leading up to the program start date.
F. Applicants must not be residing in Denmark at the deadline.