Apply for International Fully funded Phd. Positions in the Faculty of Law in Denmark for 2023/2024
The International Fully Funded Ph.D. positions in the Faculty of Law has been announced with pleasure by the University of Copenhagen. The Ph.D. position is set to be awarded for the 2023–2024 academic year.
The candidates who are interested in being hired for this position must have a Danish or foreign equivalent of an 8.2 on their master’s degree in law and be enrolled at the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of L
About the University
In Copenhagen, Denmark, there is a renowned public research institution known as the Institution of Copenhagen (Kbenhavns Universitet, abbreviated as KU). The institution of Copenhagen, which was established in 1479, is the second-oldest in Scandinavia after Uppsala University and is regarded as one of the best universities in the Nordic region, Europe, and the entire world.
The University of Copenhagen was established as a Catholic academic institution with a predominately theological bent by Christian I of Denmark, whose creation was approved by Pope Sixtus IV. It was reinstated in 1537 as a result of the Lutheran Reformation under King Christian III. The university focused mostly on training clergymen up to the 18th century. The University of Copenhagen underwent numerous reforms in the 18th and 19th centuries, becoming a modern, secular institution where the primary fields of study and instruction were science and the humanities rather than theology.
The University of Copenhagen has six unique faculties, and classes are held on its four separate campuses, all of which are located in Copenhagen. Copenhagen is home to 122 independent research centers, 36 distinct departments, and several museums and botanical gardens, both inside and outside of the Danish city. In addition, the University of Copenhagen owns and runs several research facilities throughout Denmark, as well as two more in Greenland.
Additionally, Copenhagen University Hospital is a grouping of the public hospitals in Denmark’s Capital and Zealand Region and the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
According to Shanghai Jiao Tong University’s 2021 Academic Ranking of World Universities, the University of Copenhagen is the top university in Denmark and Scandinavia, seventh in Europe, and thirty-first overall. The University of Copenhagen is placed first in Denmark and 84th overall in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings for 2021. The University of Copenhagen is placed first in Denmark and number 76 globally in the QS World University Rankings list for 2021. The University of Copenhagen is placed first in Denmark and 34th overall in the Best Global Universities Rankings list published by U.S. News & World Report in 2021.
Benefits of Ph.D. Positions in the Faculty of Law
The University of Copenhagen will pay a monthly remuneration to the candidates they choose to recruit for this Ph.D. job.
- Students from Denmark and other countries are also eligible to apply.
- Courses or Subjects That Are Eligible: Applicants may apply for a Ph.D. position at the University of Copenhagen’s Faculty of Law.
- Eligibility Requirements: The following requirements must be met by all applicants to be considered for a Ph.D. positions in the faculty of law:
- According to the Danish grading system, the applicants must have received a minimum overall grade average of 8.2 or higher at the Master’s level.
How to Apply for Ph.D. Positions in the Faculty of Law
- To apply for the Ph.D. positions in the faculty of law, students must fill out an online form. The Ph.D. position in the Faculty of Law is open to all qualified applicants.
- Documents in Support: The following papers must be submitted by the students to the university:
- Research project proposal
- Curriculum vitae
- Diplomas and transcripts
- Grading scale
- Letter of motivation
- Documentation of English level
- The degree must be equivalent to the Danish Master of Laws degree, which is a second cycle 120 ECTS degree (two years of full-time study) that builds on a 180 ECTS bachelor’s degree (three years of full-time study).
- Students must submit their results from the following English language proficiency exams: