The Copenhagen Bioscience PhD programme offers outstanding students with a university degree from outside of Denmark an opportunity to start their careers in the vibrant environment of the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centre cluster.
Number of fellowships: 16 students (tentatively).
Students will be selected based on:
- academic achievements
- research experience
- academic references
The Novo Nordisk Foundation will pay for travel and accommodation for selected candidates in association with the interview visit.
About the Programme:
- Duration: 4-year programme
- The programme is divided into a pre-doctoral year followed by 3 years of Doctoral training at one of the Novo Nordisk Foundation research centres
- Location: the University of Copenhagen and the Technical University of Denmark.
- Ist year of the programme includes short rotations, a common course, common seminars and selection of a PhD project.
- Recipients will have to pass exams at the end of the Ist year in order to qualify for the following 3 years of PhD education.
Fellowship value: Salary and tuition fee will be fully covered by the Foundation; accommodation is offered for the Ist year.
- Applicants must have received a university degree from outside of Denmark that would qualify them to enrol on a PhD programme in the country where the degree was obtained.
- The programme is also open for students with Danish degrees who have at least one year of full-time research experience from outside Denmark.
- The applicant must provide a minimum of 2 academic references.
- Applicant must provide evidence of English language skills; TOEFL/GRE scores
- All applicants must have stayed outside Denmark for a minimum of 01 years leading up to the programme start date.
- Applicants must not be resident in Denmark at the time of the application deadline.
|Organization||Novo Nordisk Foundation|
|Eligibility||open to all nationalities|