To be enrolled as a PhD student at the Graduate School of Arts you must first and foremost establish the financing of your PhD project.
There are two different ways of financing:
There are also mixed types of financing such as the so-called co-financed scholarships where one part is paid by Aarhus University and the other part is paid by another cooperation partner.
In order to be enrolled as a PhD student you must be able to ensure the educational costs as well as an income sufficient to cover the cost of living during the PhD education.
At the Faculty of Arts there are two different types of PhD scholarships. Your previous education decides which type of scholarship you can apply for:
For further information on the PhD degree structure please see this page.
The grants include a scholarship/salary as well as educational costs. Both of the PhD degree programmes are implemented in accordance with the Ministerial Order on the PhD Course of Study and on the PhD Degree (no. 1039 of 27 August 2013).
Twice a year the graduate school will call for applications on this page.
You must be able to prove that you have the full funding before you apply for enrolment.
The funding could come from:
Costs of enrolment
You can find the costs of enrolment on this page.
Try this Danish calculator for enrolment costs (salary, programme fee programme fee and overhead)!
If you have any questions regarding the financing of your PhD education, please contact the Graduate School, Arts.
When you have the full funding and you are ready to apply for enrolment please contact the PhD administrator at the PhD programme you want to be affiliated in order to get a direct link to the application facility. You cannot apply for enrolment before you have received the grant for the whole duration of the enrolment.