Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship available to domestic and foreign students.
The Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies at the University of Copenhagen is providing a completely-funded 3-year PhD scholarship award starting 1 September 2021 or as soon as possible from then on.
The PhD program is a constituent of the research project: ‘Where Love Happens: Topographies of Emotions in European Literature and Culture in the Long Nineteenth Century’. They are seeking a candidate who is very much motivated to work on a PhD project tentatively entitled ‘Languages of Love’ as part of their four-year collective project financed by the Danish Velux Foundation.
The University of Copenhagen is a research-focused higher academic institution that provides high level research and training services. The University takes part in foremost international research partnerships, like the League of European Research Universities and the International Alliance of Research Universities.
The university keeps strong co-operative arrangements with private sector organizations like Microsoft, GlaxoSmithKline, Novo Nordisk, Novozymes and VELUX. Talented scientists operate together to move science novelties out of the lab and into society. Every year, the university also accomplishes about 800 agreements for collaboration with public and private establishments.
University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship Description
- Host University: University of Copenhagen;
- Host Country: Denmark;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Study Level: PhD;
- Scholarship Worth: 3,910 euros;
- Available Subjects: European Language and Literature;
- Eligible Nations: Domestic and Foreign Students;
- Application Deadline: March 11, 2021.
The University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship award is now available for domestic and foreign students in the discipline of European Language and Literature.
At the University of Copenhagen, candidates will be able to study in a diverse manner, beginning from programs that are provided on campus to part-time online programs. The university is highly devoted to providing research-based teaching at the best academic quality.
Benefits of University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship
The University of Copenhagen will provide a basic stipend of approximately 27,593.77 DKK/approx. 3,910 EUR (level of April 2020) and the basic pension.
Eligibility for University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship
- Applicants have to be qualified for a master’s degree program from either one of the linguistic disciplines or in literary studies. The chosen applicant must have developed strong academic and logical abilities and be a good English speaker;
- Candidates are required to be team workers having exceptional interpersonal and collaborative qualities, and also an inquisitive mind and a passionate interest in taking part in an international and cross-disciplinary research team.
How to Apply for University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship
To be qualified to take part in the University of Copenhagen PhD Scholarship program, candidates have to be admitted to the PhD program at the University of Copenhagen. Once enrolled, candidates have to hand in the filled on-line application form.
Awardees are selected based on their previous published work and related professional experience.
Candidates have to fill an application form. The listed documents have to be filled and handed in by the candidate:
- A copy of a master’s degree qualification, otherwise if it is not submitted by the application deadline, a preliminary agreement has to be presented;
- A transcript copy of the master’s degree result, an authorized scoring key has to be included;
- A copy your bachelor’s degree diploma;
- A bachelor’s degree transcript, an official key of the grading scale has to be attached;
A comprehensive project description has to be attached to the application. The advertisement specifies the criteria for the description. However, the PhD School has also specified general procedures for the form and content of project descriptions.
Check the guidelines for project descriptions.
Please be aware that if English language is not a first language, the candidate has to show proof of English language adeptness: TOEFL, IELTS, or other acceptable evidence of language adeptness.