Applicants are invited to apply for the International Ph.D. Fellowships in Pharmacometrics at the University of Copenhagen’s Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology.
Both domestic and international applicants who wish to pursue a Ph.D. degree at the university are welcome to apply. Denmark’s first university, the University of Copenhagen, was founded in 1479. It is one of the most prestigious universities in Scandinavia and Europe.
What makes you want to attend the University of Copenhagen? This university provides a diverse range of educational opportunities, including on-campus taught programs and part-time online education. By the end of the program, you should feel confident in applying what you’ve learned in class to your professional life.
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Course Level: Ph.D.
Deadline: October 4, 2021
Eligibility of Overseas Ph.D. Fellowships in Pharmacometrics Denmark
- All nationalities are eligible to participate.
- Acceptable Subjects or Courses: Ph.D. program in Drug Design and Pharmacology
- Criteria that are acceptable: Applicants must meet the following requirements in order to be considered:
- A master’s degree in pharmaceutical sciences or equivalent qualification is required. The master’s degree must be comparable to a master’s degree in Denmark.
- Excellent communication skills and fluency in English
How To Apply for Overseas Ph.D. Fellowships in Pharmacometrics Denmark
- All interested applicants must apply to the University of Copenhagen for a postdoctoral degree. Applicants can complete the online application form for this award after they have been enrolled.
- All of the following documents must be submitted by the applicants:
- Letter of Motivation
- a curriculum vitae
- Certificates of Acedamic
- Admission Requirements: Candidates must meet all of the Ph.D. program’s formal requirements.
- Requires a good command of the English language. An excellent IELTS or TOEFL test, for example, can be used to demonstrate English proficiency.
The University of Copenhagen will pay a starting salary of DKK 27,800 (about 3,700 EUR) per month (taxable), plus a pension (October 2021 level).