PHD Scholarship in Informatics in Vienna, Austria

first_img ← Women’s Initiative Grant by Alexia Foundation for Professional Photographers PHD Scholarship in Informatics in Vienna, Austria Tweet Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Reddit Social Media Academy: Raising Teen Employability Resources, Romania → Similar Stories Journalism Prize: ‘Writing for Central and East Europe’ LinkedIn 0center_img Deadline: 2 June 2014Open to: Austrian and international studentsScholarship: 1,000 EUR per month to cover the cost of livingDescriptionThe Vienna PhD School of Informatics is an international PhD School funded by the Vienna University of Technology (TU Vienna), the City of Vienna, and private sponsors. Students for this full-time program are recruited world-wide, and all courses are held in English.Applications are invited for full time PhD scholarships in informatics at The Faculty of Informatics, Vienna University of Technology. Students have to attend the school for three years. During the first two years they have to follow courses, whereas in the third year they exclusively work on their PhD thesis.EligibilityScholarships for the Vienna PhD School of Informatics are available for Austrian as well as international students. Students working at TU Vienna are encouraged to apply, up to a defined number. However, they are excluded from funding.ScholarshipAustrian and international students are eligible for applying this program. All courses are taught in English. Selected students may receive a scholarship amounting to EUR 1,000 per month to cover the cost of living. English language proficiency test is required if students are from non native English speaking countries.ApplicationCandidates are requested to apply ONLINE.For more information visit the official website HERE. +1 Mitrovica Summer University 2014, Kosovo Share 0 Pocket April 24, 2014 Published by daniel Short Film Competition: ‘The Taste of Freedom’last_img

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