Mads Øvlisen PhD Scholarships in Art History and Practice-Based Artistic Research are available from the Novo Nordisk Foundation. Only applicants from outside the world who want to work for a PhD in art history and conduct artistic study in Denmark are eligible for this fellowship program.
Before submitting an application, candidates must have a master’s degree or its equivalent in order to be eligible for a Mads Øvlisen PhD fellowship. Students in the program have an exceptional chance to do practice-based artistic research as well as sophisticated art historical research.
Why pick the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NNF) as your place of study? Students who choose to study at the Novo Nordisk Foundation (NNF) have the exceptional chance to be immersed in a setting that is known for its outstanding research. Notable for its steadfast dedication to innovative initiatives and scholarships, NNF actively cultivates a community of scholars committed to expanding the frontiers of knowledge.The program encourages applications with great research proposals and places a strong premium on innovation, theoretical approach, and academic credentials.
Mads Øvlisen PhD Scholarships Program
|Novo Nordisk Foundation
|Country to study
|Male and Female
|January 16th, 2024
Goals and Benefits of Mads Øvlisen PhD Scholarship
Funding for each grant under the Mads Øvlisen PhD Scholarship program is up to DKK 2,450,000. Salary, operating expenses, equipment, publication costs, conference attendance, relocation costs, travel expenses, cooperative activities, tuition, bench fees, and administrative assistance are all covered by the award.
Criteria for Mads Øvlisen PhD Scholarship
- A Master’s degree or its equivalent is required of applicants prior to application submission.
- Candidates for the PhD program must be anchored at an administering host institution in Denmark and enrolled in a doctoral degree-awarding institution, such as a university.
- A university, museum, or art academy can serve as the host institution, where the candidate will work and be employed most of the time.
- The application must be submitted with letters of enrollment and hosting from the relevant institutions.
- For a certain project or purpose, each applicant may only submit one application every calendar year.
- Open to citizens from all countries
Required Documents for Application
- Reference letter
- Enrollment contract
- Evidence that you have earned a master’s degree or its equivalent.
- A thorough project proposal that includes the methodology, research questions, hypothesis, and/or empirical data.
- The applicant’s academic qualifications.
- Regarding projects that are practice-based: the applicant’s qualifications in art or curating.
- The project’s viability and appropriateness for the Danish host institution’s research environment
Deadline for Application
January 16th, 2024
How to Apply
To apply for this scholarship program, applications must be submitted through the online application system, NORMA. Applications can be submitted in either Danish or English.