Scholarships At The Department Of Political Science, University Of Copenhagen 2020 (Deadline: 01 May,2020)
The applications for the Scholarship At The Department Of Political Science have opened. Interested candidates can apply until 1st May 2020. The University of Copenhagen offers this scholarship for a Ph.D. degree in the field of political science.
The candidates must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the Scholarship at the Department of Political Science
- The applicants must apply to the Faculty of Political Sciences.
- Also, applicants’ qualifications should be relevant to political science disciplines.
- furthermore, the candidates must have excellent academic merit.
- The University assesses the applicants on the feasibility and quality of the project.
- Furthermore, research qualifications are evaluated as proposed in the project proposal.
- The University requires a written application from the applicants in order to admit them to the Ph.D. program.
- Additionally, it is up to the Head of the Ph.D. program whether the applicant is qualified for enrolment or not.
- The candidates must note that they should contact the professor they want as a supervisor before they apply for the program.
- However, the University is not able to comment individually on all the proposals they receive before the formal application process.
The applicants must submit the following documents with the application form
- A copy of the CV.
- Also, they must submit a description of the project to be presented.
- Additionally, copies of academic transcripts and any diplomas of the applicant.
- A study plan of the applicant.
- also, documentation of funding.
- Similarly, the budget of the research project.
- Moreover, the applicants’ BA/MA thesis.
- Furthermore, they may also submit any other additional information.
About the University
The University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is the oldest university and research institution in Denmark. Founded in 1479 as a studium generale, it is the second oldest institution for higher education in Scandinavia after Uppsala University. The university today is state-funded and has 23,473 undergraduate students, 17,398 postgraduate students, 2,968 doctoral students, and over 9,000 employees