The University of Copenhagen has partnered with the Department of Ecosciences at Aarhus University to offer international PhD scholarships in environmental chemistry.
The research program is open to national and international applicants who wish to pursue a PhD program at a university. Scholarships are designed for the 2022-2023 academic year.
The University of Copenhagen is a research-intensive institution dedicated to providing world-class research and education. It is one of the most famous universities in Scandinavia and one of the best universities in Europe.
Why do you want to study at the University of Copenhagen? The university offers creative and exciting working conditions in a dynamic and international research environment. Our research facilities include state-of-the-art laboratories with facilities for advanced solutions and solid phase analysis.
Application deadline: The deadline for submitting an application to participate in the next grant is January 30, 2022.
University or organization: University of Copenhagen
Department: Department of Plant Environmental Science
Course level: PhD
Number of awards: NA
Access mode: online
Nationality: Domestic and international students
Prizes can be collected in Denmark.
Target countries: Students from Denmark and all other foreign countries can apply.
Applicable subject or subject: Ph.D. in Plant Environmental Science
Qualification Criteria: To qualify, a candidate must meet all of the following / specific criteria:
Professional qualifications related to doctoral programs
Related work experience
Other related professional activities
A curious mindset with a keen interest in biogeochemistry as the basis for developing sustainable and climate-friendly land-use solutions