Usually the PhD programme director or another AU employee (associate professor or professor) contacts the graduate school after having received full or partial funding for a PhD scholarship/fellowship from an external partner (foundation, public research programmes, museum, company etc.).
In case of co-financing from Arts our percentage of the PhD scholarship/fellowship must be approved by the head of the graduate school before a call can be announced.
A PhD scholarship (4+4) must include funding for SU vouchers and salary (part A)/salary (part B), travel expenses, programme fee and overhead and a PhD fellowship (5+3) must include funding for salary, travel expenses, programme fee and overhead. Please see this page.
The employment must be at Arts (full-time).
Grants for which there are no named candidates must be advertised.
Applicants will be assessed by an assessment committee consisting of at least three members: the PhD programme director, an expert member of the standing assessment committee, and the author of the call proposal. The appointment of the members from the standing assessment committee must be agreed with the PhD programme director before the below form is sent to the PhD administration.
Please find the graduate school’s standing assessment committee here.
Please fill out the form Calls for PhD proposals (specific calls) and send it to Bettina H. Acthon (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the PhD administration:
|Draft for the call (form) incl. proof of funding:||15 January|
|Announcement on the web:||15 February|
|Application deadline:||15 March|
|Enrolment start:||1 July* / 1 September|
|Draft for the call (form) incl. proof of funding:||1 August|
|Announcement on the web:||1 September|
|Application deadline:||1 October|
|Enrolment start:||1 January */ 1 February|
* When you choose an enrolment start date earlier than 1 February or 1 September please be aware of the time between the offer is sent to the applicant and the expected enrolment start if the applicant comes from abroad. The offer is sent no later than a month before the enrolment start but the actual enrolment start date depends on who long it takes to process the residence and work permit for non-Danish candidates.
All applicants for both the open calls and the specific calls must follow the admission requirements stipulated on the Graduate School’s website when the advertisement of the call and the reception of applications lies at the Graduate School, Arts. Please see "How to apply" and "English language requirements".
Applicants for specific calls must upload a project description explaining the research project they propose to conduct within the larger project when applying for a specific calls. The applicants must write their own project description - they cannot just refer to the larger project. The timetable is also mandatory for these applicants.
Please see a list of the international MoU’s and collaborative agreements at Arts here.