The Denmark International Collection Of PhD In Beetle Phylogenetics And Large Digital Data

The University of Copenhagen is delighted to announce international PhD scholarships in Beetle Phylogenetics and Big Digital Data for bright and motivated students.

The purpose of the educational award is to support national and international students who wish to pursue a doctoral program at the university.

In Copenhagen, Denmark, the University of Copenhagen is the largest educational center. It offers more than 200 academic study programs in different fields, including health sciences, humanities, law, life sciences, etc.

What would you like to be a part of at the University of Copenhagen? At the highest academic level, the university is committed to offering research-based education. Students will have various ways to learn here, from classes taught on campus to part-time online study.

Application deadline: January 31, 2021

Short Description

  • University or organization: University of Copenhagen
  • Department: Faculty of Sciences
  • Course level: PhD
  • Rewards: DKK 331.125
  • Access mode: online
  • Number of awards: unknown
  • Nationality: national and international students
  • The award can be collected in Denmark


  • Eligible countries: all nationalities.
  • Acceptable Courses: Phylogeny Phylogeny and Big Digital Data Program for Museum Collections.
  • Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria:
  • Applicants must have a master’s degree in biological sciences or other relevant areas with a focus on zoology, entomology or phylogenetics or genomics, or a combination of any of these.
  • The successful candidate should have achieved outstanding grades during their Master’s studies and have a good knowledge of written and spoken English.

How to apply

  • How to apply: To apply for the opportunity, applicants must first be admitted to a doctoral program at the University of Copenhagen. After that, they can complete the online application form for the position.
  • Supporting documents: All applications must include a cover letter, specifying your motivation and background for applying for this PhD project. CV, diploma and record transcripts (BSc and MSc), other information to consider, p. For example, list of publications (if any) and 1-3 letters of reference (if any)
  • Admission Requirements: Must have a previous year’s degree.
  • Language Requirements: If English is not your first language, you must submit a copy of a recent English language exam certificate or provide details on when you will take the exam.


The University of Copenhagen offers a salary of DKK 331,125 (approximately € 43,750) which includes an annual supplement (+ pension with a minimum of DKK 53,811). The negotiation of a salary supplement is possible.