The calls will be announced on the web no later that one month before the application deadline. The application form will be available at the same time as the call. See the deadlines on this page.
Information for potential PhD students about the PhD degree programme and general student life.
Danish School of Education
Wednesday 24 January 2024 at 10.00-11.30
See this file for further information
PhD programme in ICT, Media, Communication and Journalism
Friday 2 February 2024 at 13:30-14:30
See this page for further information
You can find the application form via the link for the application facility in each of the open and specific calls below.
See the deadlines on this page: https://phd.arts.au.dk/applicants/open-and-specific-calls/deadline
PhD scholarships/fellowships funded by the Faculty of Arts and Carlsberg Foundation Humanities PhD fellowships (5+3)
Application deadline: 15 March 2024 at 23.59 Danish time (CET/CEST)
Call incl. link to the application facility: Danish version - English version
Application guide and forms
These calls are normally not funded by Aarhus University.
There are no calls at the moment.
Please see the deadlines on this page.
It is important that you read the actual call, the application guide before you fill out the application form.
You can find the link for the application form in each call (both Open call and Specific calls). See the section in the call named "Application" in the relevant call.
In the application guide you will find the answers to 99% of your questions. Please read the guide before you contact the PhD administration.
If your application is missing one or more of the mandatory attachments your application will be rejected without assessment.
Please see this page for the full list of the mandatory attachments.
On the page How to apply you can find information on how to merge documents into one PDF file and what to do if you cannot send your application.
If you want to apply for a PhD scholarship/fellowship at Arts but you are not sure if you should apply for 4+4 or 5+3 you can get your non-Danish qualifications assessed by the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education.
Please see this page for further information.
This section contains information about:
Not yet passed but will be passed before PhD enrolment
If you have not yet submitted your Master’s thesis for assessment or if you have other outstanding examinations you must upload a list of the courses you have passed and any examinations you are signed up (inkl. the deadline for your Master's thesis). Your Master’s degree programme must be completed no later than the day before the PhD enrolment starts.
For further information about the PhD degree structure at Arts please see this page.
Your application will go through an academic assessment. Please find information on the assessment process and the assessment criteria here:
Staff members, including PhD students, employed in a Ukrainian Higher Education Institution (HEI) who have fled Ukraine due to the Russian aggression are eligible to apply for an Erasmus+ grant of up to 60 days’ duration at Aarhus University.
For further information please see this page.