Aarhus University in Denmark is accepting applications for the AUFF Stay Grants. This program is purposed to improve the internationalization of the PhD education at Health. Students from all over the world are welcome to apply. Expired 171 days ago, try next time!
The grant consists of a scholarship of DKK 15,000 per month (taxed at source) to be used for living expenses (housing, course fees etc.) and travel expenses (transport, visa etc.). The grant cannot be used for project materials and permanent equipment or for travel expenses for family members. The scholarship is not to be compared with a salaried position and is not extended due to maternity or paternity leave or sickness. It does not include holiday allowance or pension, and the candidate will not be covered by AU insurance.
Level and Area of Studies
Research program in health studies.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in Denmark.
Eligibility and Criteria
There are two different options under this call. Both are applied for by the supervisor at Health:
- Grant for recruitment of talented international candidates to the PhD program at Health: It is possible to apply for a grant for 1-3 months for a research stay at Health. The grant awarded is a scholarship to international potential PhD students with a qualifying degree from a non-Danish university. The purpose of the research stay is to assess the candidate’s suitability for a PhD study at Health, and the stay can thus be used for preparing an application for PhD enrolment and a general introduction to the local research environment. The research stay must be concluded by the end of 2019.
- Travel grant for a research stay at Health for international PhD students: It is possible to apply for a grant for 3-6 months as funding for a research stay at Health.
The grant awarded is a scholarship to international PhD students enrolled at a non-Danish university. The purpose of the research stay is PhD studies and project work relevant to the candidate’s PhD program. The research stay must be concluded by the end of 2019.
There is no nationality restriction.
2 December 2018.