Double PhD degree with Sino-Danish Center and Chinese Academy of Sciences
You can apply to submit a PhD thesis without enrolment at the Graduate School as part of the double degree collaboration between the University of Copenhagen, Sino-Danish Center and Chinese Academy of Sciences. You must hold a Sino-Danish Center scholarship to apply for this double PhD degree, be a PhD student of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and fulfill the language requirements of the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences.
You must have a University of Copenhagen representative who are your supervisor during your research stay at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, University of Copenhagen. The stay must be at least six months. The university representative must be employed at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences as either an associate professor, senior researcher, professor, clinical associate professor or clinical professor
- You must submit your PhD thesis to the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences within one year of receiving your approval.
- Neither your PhD thesis nor parts of it may have been used as a basis for obtaining other academic degrees, apart from the double degree award by University of Copenhagen and Chinese Academy of Sciences
- You must have attended and passed PhD courses corresponding to approximately 30 ECTS credits. The courses must have been at PhD level and be relevant to your thesis subject. Learn how to calculate ECTS.
- Prior to your submission of the thesis, you must have actively participated in research environments, including a six months research stay at the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences.
- You must have teaching experience or have carried out knowledge dissemination, e.g. presentation of research results.
- You must have completed mandatory PhD course in Responsible Conduct of Research at the Graduate School of Health and Medical Sciences.
- Attend and pass the Graduate School’s mandatory PhD course in responsible conduct of research during your research stay at the University of Copenhagen.
- Write your thesis. You have one year to finish it, starting from the date your application is approved
- Nominate members for an assessment committee at least two months before you hand in your thesis together with your University of Copenhagen representative.