Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus 2021 at the University of Copenhagen Denmark

Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus is offered at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2022. The University scholarship is offering a Ph.D. degree in the field of Bioinformatics of Human Adaptation

This scholarship is open to all International Students and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, salary.

Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus 2021 is provided by the University of Copenhagen to students who have enrolled themselves for a Ph.D. program at the University.

About University of Copenhagen

The University of Copenhagen is situated in the lively city of Copenhagen, Denmark. The University is both a Danish and English speaking institution. In the whole of Scandinavia, the Unversity of Copenhagen is known as the second oldest university. It was founded in 1479 and is rated as one of the leading universities in the Nordic countries in Europe.

The fascinating thing about the university is that it helps international students with, student counseling, housing and offers orientation programs that include social activities. More so the university admits over 1,700 international students and above from different countries.

The university is the most extensive educational institution in Denmark and has four campus areas located in Copenhagen which consists of eight faculties that offer over 200 academic programs of study.

How to Apply for the Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus Scholarship 2021

To apply for the ongoing Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus Scholarship is not as difficult as you think. All Interested and qualified candidates are to click on the “Apply Now” button below to get started


Deadline

It should be noted that all Interested and qualified candidates are to apply for the ongoing Ph.D. fellowship in epidemiology and control of swine influenza virus Scholarship on or before July 25, 2021