The Oslo School of Architecture and Design(AHO) is offering four-year PhD fellowship in Rural Studies. The Oslo School of Architecture and Design(AHO) is a specialized university and a leading International architecture and design school that provides education within architecture, landscape architecture, urbanism and design.
Course Level: Scholarships in Norway are available for pursing PhD programme.
Study Subjects: Scholarships are awarded in the field of Rural Studies.
- It is fully funded and there is no tuition fee.
- The salary is NOK 443 900 for a full position, in case of experience salary can be high
- 2% from salary will be deducted as a contribution to the state Pension Fund(SPK).
- Standard employment conditions for state employees in Norway apply for the position.
- An annual sum of 20,000 NOK for literature and other necessary academic activities.
- Attractive welfare benefits and generous pension agreement
Eligibility for the Scholarships:
Eligible Countries: International students
Entrance Requirements: Applicant must hold a master’s degree in architecture or landscape architecture.
English Language Requirements:
- Applicant must be fluent in English and provide evidence of TOEFL test or similar along with application.
- Students who have been studied mostly subject in English in university are exempted from this requirement
Application Procedure: The application must include:
- A letter which describe why are you eligible for this scholarship. (maximum two A4 pages)
- A project proposal the topic is relevant theory, methods or practice and a timeline for the project. (maximum 5 A4 pages)
- Applicants must complete the project during the appointment period.
- Special needs technical equipment with national or international institutions should be mentioned.
- list of publications, project and academic work (Max 5 A4 pages)
- Copies of educational certificates (foreign applicants must attach an explanation of their university’s grading system)
- One example of written work that the applicants wishes to be considered by the evaluation committee, maximum 10 pages.
- One presentation (where relevant) of practice-based work (5 pages)
How to apply:
The mode of applying is online.
Scholarship Deadline: February 1,2018