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Danish Agency for Higher Education 1993 kribbe@um.dk

Copenhagen K (Denmark)

DK-1260 Danish Agency for Higher Education, Bredgade 43, DK-1260 tel: (+45) 7231 7800, Copenhagen K, Denmark

Tel. +45 7231 7800

http://www.studyindenmark.dk

Year of establishment: 1993

The Danish Agency for Higher Education provides information on the wide range of international higher education opportunities and exchange programmes offered by eduational institutions in Denmark.

Danish higher education institutions offer a wide range of opportunities for international students. More than 600 programmes are taught in English - all internationally recognised and of high quality. Whether you are interested in a research-oriented programme or more hands-on vocational training you will have plenty of options in Denmark. You can choose between several programmes taught entirely in English. Options also include degree programmes, exchange programmes, and short-term programmes and summer schools. You can also choose between three types of Danish educational institutions: Universities, University Colleges and Danish Business Academies - and thanks to credit transfer opportunities, you will sometimes be able to move between institutions.

The Danish Agency for Higher Education operates www.studyindenmark.dk, which provides information about opportunities for international higher education in Denmark. The agency is responsible for the assessment and recognition of international qualifications and administers a number of Danish, European and Nordic student exchange programmes which promote international co-operation and mobility in education. The website www.studyindenmark.dk is hosted by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Studyindenmark.dk is  the official Danish government website about higher education in Denmark for international students. The website contains academic and practical information about studying, living and working in Denmark.

 

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Medicine and Health Medicine and Health
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Hi, I am looking for a PhD in Socio-hydrology/sustainable water resource management/hydrological modeling. I have a Master's degree from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. 1. What kind of PhD positions are available? Are there structured positions (cohorts in doctoral schools), or individual PhDs (where you are answerable to the professor concerned)? Do PhDs start all year round, or with the new semester? 2. Is there a portal where I could search for the researchers/universities working in the agricultural/water sector? 3. What are the avenues for scholarships to fund the PhD? Are there any websites to customize such searches?

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Hi there, Ad 1.: PhD positions are advertised continuously throughout the year, including within your field. PhD positions in Denmark are always individual. They are paid positions so technically you will become an employee during your PhD and will be answerable to your designated supervisor. PhDs usually begin their studies with the new semester. Ad 2.:You can perform a customised search in the databases of study programmes at www.studyindenmark.dk. You can check out open PhD positions using studyindenmark.dk, see: http://studyindenmark.dk/study-options/find-your-international-study-programme/phd-positions-1. Ad 3.: Advertised PhD-positions always come with a scholarship (as they are formally considered employment). The sources of funding in Denmark are: a) the universities' own funding for research, b) Grants from ongoing projects under the publicly funded research councils, i.e., Danish Council for Independent Research or Innovation Fund Denmark (the latter in the case of industrial PhD) or c) funding from private donations/Foundations. But remember: Funding is never separated from enrolment to become a PhD student in Denmark. The rule is: No enrolment without available funding. Hence, the trick is to find the right call for applications/advertisement of a PhD position.

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Hello i completed my masters in Horticulture science. How can i apply for further studies.

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Hello, I suggest that you visit www.studyindenmark.dk and perform a customised topic-wise search in the database of study offerings. Also try to search for "food science", "food production technology" and related terms that may resonate with Horticulture science. Studyindenmark.dk can also provide you with al the information you will need regarding application procedures, including contacts to the international counsellors of the institutions. Best of luck! Kristoffer Brix Bertelsen, Innovation Centre Denmark, New Delhi.

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is there any opportunity to be enrolled in research work?I have done many researches in my undergraduate MBBS programe.yet there is no opportunity for me to be entitted for research work in pakistan. is there any scholarship opportunity?

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Dear Muhammed, In principle, you can be enrolled in research work but it depends on what you mean exactly by research work. I suggest that you do a search on www.studyindenmark.dk where you can perform a customised search in your field of study and the various parameters of eligibility. Then, I suggest that you visit the websites of the relevant institutions and get in touch with the international student counsellors. Yes, there is a scholarship opportunity but you will need to ask the institutions which scholarships may be available, as scholarships in Denmark are offered by the institutions. Best of luck, Kristoffer Brix Bertelsen, Counsellor, Innovation Centre Denmark, New Delhi