Norwegian University of Life Sciences International Scholarships in Norway

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Norwegian University of Life Sciences is inviting resourceful PhD applicants to study the ‘Importance of Leptospirosis in Dogs and Humans in Norway and its Impact as a Travel Disease’. The PhD Scholarships in Infection Biology, Leptospirosis and One Health is for the 2022/2023 academic session.

The 3 years Scholarships programs are offered by the Departments of Preclinical Sciences, Paraclinical Sciences and Companion Animal Clinical Sciences at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. All applicants that possess a relevant degree qualification are eligible to apply for the scholarship. The students selected will be offered a PhD position and a salary of NOK 501.200.

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The Norwegian University of Life Sciences was established in 1859 in Norway. It’s one of the best public universities in Norway that offer quality education.

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Summary of Scholarship:

• Closing Date: August 31, 2022
• Country: Norway
• Scholarship Sponsor: Norwegian University Of Life Sciences
• Program: PhD, Postgraduate
• Scholarship Funding: Fully Funded

Scholarship Perks:
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences offers the applicants selected for its PhD position NOK 501.200 for close to 3 years of the PhD program.

Scholarship Eligibility
• Both domestic and international students can apply for the Norwegian University of Life Sciences International Scholarships.
• Both domestic and international students can apply for the PhD program the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences offers.
• Both domestic and international willing to apply must have a strong interest in One Health and Microbiology.
• You must have previous laboratory experience as well as Immunological methods and/or Bacteriological.
• Having prior experience in Small Animal Clinical Practice is an advantage.
The applicants must have proficiency both in written and spoken in Scandinavian language.

How to Apply?
• You’re required to apply for admission through the university’s portal. You must log in to this portal to apply for the position.

Documents:
• A Letter of Intent
• A Curriculum Vitae
• Provide (Electronic) copies of degree certificates and transcripts of academic records (all certified)
• List of two people who should be your references (with phone numbers and e-mail addresses)

Requirements:
• Both domestic and international applicants must possess a degree in Veterinary Medicine eligible for Norwegian veterinary authorization.
• You must provide a proof of English proficiency as required by NMBU guidelines.

Application Link:

Conclusion
The Norwegian University of Life Sciences International Scholarships are fully funded. It offers the applicants selected for its PhD position NOK 501.200 for close to 3 years of the PhD program.

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