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Aarhus Universitet


General presentation

Language Requirements

A high level of written and spoken English is required.

Participants are not required to have any knowledge in Danish order to study and live in Denmark. 


Academic Requirements

Full PhD: in general, a relevant master’s degree is required. Applications are open for a number of PhD positions  in the following: fields or departments

  • Department of Political Science and Government
  • Department of Law
  • Department of Business Administration
  • Department of Economics and Business
  • The doctoral studies at Business and Social Sciences take three years (The duration of the doctoral studies is three years).

The application must include the following material:

  • Motivation letter (max. 1 page)
  • Project description, including the expected theoretical and methodological approach, taking point of departure in the topic for the research outlined above
  • Graduate diploma (including a transcript of all grades)
  • CV
  • Other material, if any (e.g. publications), which should be taken into account in the assessment

Sandwich PhD: in general, a relevant master’s degree is required. The application file must include an invitation letter from a supervisor at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences. However there is also a possibility of having a shorter time within the doctoral programs.

Postdoc: In general, a relevant PhD degree is required. Please notice that your application must include an invitation letter from a host professor at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences.

Academic staff: In general, a relevant PhD degree is required. Please notice that your application must include an invitation letter from a host professor at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences.

 

Organization of the mobility

The International Center at Aarhus University will deal with most of practical issues related to your stay at Aarhus University, including finding suitable housing, Danish courses, international Club and other activities. Please see the following link to the international center:

http://www.au.dk/en/facultiesdepartmentsetc/index/internationalcentre/

 

Business and Social Sciences provides a wide range of ICTS facilities (Internet access, possibility of hiring computers etc).


Being PhD student at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences:

PhD students are employed on a full-time basis for three years. A PhD student in Denmark does not pay university fees. PhD students at Aarhus School of Business and Social Sciences work under almost the same terms as other research staff, i.e. they have their own office space with a computer, incl. Internet access, email, phone etc., as well as access to secretarial assistance etc. Moreover, expenses in connection with the scientific work are covered, e.g. participation in research courses and academic conferences in Denmark and abroad.


A PhD student in Denmark must complete an individually planned PhD programme course within the relevant research area and conduct a research project under the supervision of experienced senior researchers. The PhD student is also expected, as part of the programme, to spend some time (up to six months), with coverage of travel and accommodation expenses, at another – often foreign – research institution. During the programme, the PhD student is further expected to gain teaching experience within the subject area as well as experience with other forms of dissemination of research results.

Research at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences:

Research is the foundation of all the activities at the university and it covers the entire spectrum of basic research, applied research, strategic research and research based consultancy for public sector decision-makers. As a researcher you will furthermore be lecturing and hereby deliver research based education to students.

Business and Social Sciences holds the position of Denmark’s largest business school, with considerable academic scope that will be used to strengthen Aarhus University’s efforts in research, talent development, knowledge exchange and education. This main academic area is a merger of the former Aarhus School of Business and the Faculty of Social Sciences.

The main academic area consists of the following departments:

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Residence and work permit


As an international employee at Aarhus University coming from outside the EU, you will need to obtain a residence and work permit before moving to Denmark.

If you have been granted a residence and work permit as a researcher or research trainee, then your spouse, registered partner or cohabiting partner, as well as any children under the age of 18 who are living at home with you, are also eligible for residence permits. However, your family members must be able to support themselves and you must live together in Denmark at the same address. Your spouse, registered partner or cohabiting partner is allowed to work full-time for the entire period his or her permit is valid.

 

Please be aware that the Danish immigration authorities require documentation of your ability to support yourself financially during the length of your stay.

 

You are required to submit your employment contract or offer of employment – including terms of employment and salary agreement, or your letter of invitation – to the Danish immigration authorities.

A processing fee will normally need to be paid when a foreign national applies for a residence permit, an extension of a residence permit and for a permanent residence permit in the areas of family reunification, studies and work. Furthermore, a processing fee will normally need to be paid if a person wishes to appeal a decision or request a reopening of a case.

 

Information for international staff and PhD-students at Aarhus University, Business and Social Sciences
AU profile brochure:

http://www.e-pages.dk/aarhusuniversitet/266/


Information to international staff:

http://www.au.dk/en/icstaff/ic-staff/

International Club at AU:

http://www.au.dk/en/facultiesdepartmentsetc/otherunits/universityinternationalclub/

Information about housing in Aarhus:

http://kollegie8000.dk/

http://boligportal.dk/

The official travel guide to Denmark:

http://www.visitdenmark.com/siteforside.htm


Other useful links:

Research at Aarhus Universitet

PhD studies

Services provided to international guests

Student portal: study guides, course catalogue, student life

Welcome, exchange students!

AU on Facebook

 

Última actualización el Martes 04 de Septiembre de 2012 12:13
 

Contactos

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35122 Padova – Italy
Phone: +39 049 827 5111
Call centre: +39 049 827 3131
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Tel. +39 049 827 3741
Fax. +39 049 827 3060

 

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