#jobsQ Live Video Hangout: PhD & Research Opportunities in Denmark
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Known as the ‘happiest country in the world,’ Denmark has much to offer international academics. Well-funded research, prestigious universities, job availability and a high quality of life are among the many benefits you can expect from this innovative country. Denmark is becoming increasingly popular among foreign researchers and academics and is a destination well worth considering.
Denmark is considered to be the leading research nation among the Nordic countries and has transformed itself into a global giant in innovation and technology. Universities are responsible for the majority of all public research and they work closely with government, business and industry to generate funding.
To help you explore the opportunities in Denmark, jobs.ac.uk held a FREE 60-minute live video event via a Hangout on Air called ‘PhD & Research Opportunities in Denmark.’
By watching this hangout you will learn:
- What routes there are to doing a doctorate
- How to find PhD opportunities and choose a supervisor
- How to get access to a fully funded PhD and grants for research
- How to compose a good application
- What options there are for researchers including benefits and salary
- Where to find postdoctoral opportunities
- What the reality is like for PhD students and researchers in Denmark including living costs, relocation tips and support networks
Meet the panel:
- Mark de Vos - Senior International Mobility Consultant at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH)
- Vibeke Broe - PhD career consultant at Aarhus University
- Pedro Parraguez - Postdoctoral Researcher in the Engineering Systems Group at DTU
- Shivani Joshi - Post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Clinical Medicine, Graduate School of Health, Aarhus University, Denmark
- Josh Jenkins Shaw - PhD student at the Natural History Museum of Denmark at the University of Copenhagen
- Ileana Rodríguez León - Senior Research Scientist at global healthcare company Novo Nordisk A/S
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