International students who are motivated to take up a PhD programme at Copenhagen, Denmark in the vibrant scientific environment of the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centers in Copenhagen are encouraged to apply for the Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2022.
The four-year programme is divided into a pre-doctoral year followed by three years of PhD training at the University of Copenhagen or the Technical University of Denmark.
Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centers
University of Copenhagen or Technical University of Denmark
Fully funded PhD-programme
For the Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2022, applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Applicants must be international talents willing to start their research careers at Denmark.
- Hold, or anticipate receiving before enrollment, a university degree that formally qualifies the applicant to enter a PhD programme (typically a master’s degree).
- Hold, or anticipate receiving before enrollment, a university degree from outside of Denmark.
- Provide proof of English language skills (for example, TOEFL, IELTS, GRE scores).
Interested applicants for the Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme 2022 are to complete and submit their application using the Novo Nordisk Foundation electronic application system.
Once signed up and logged in at the Novo Nordisk Foundation grant administration system, you can find the Copenhagen Bioscience PhD Programme call for applications under the ‘Copenhagen Bioscience’ tab.
All complete applications submitted, reviewed by a committee of Group Leaders from the Novo Nordisk Foundation Research Centers.
17th January 2022