Are you a PhD student conducting interdisciplinary research? Would you like to undertake a year’s internship in one of the best universities in northern Poland? This proposal is for you.
The Mayor of Gdansk in cooperation with the Fahrenheit Universities have created Fahrenheit scholarships for the best three PhD students from abroad. The Gdansk-born world class physicist, engineer and the creator of a temperature scale used in many countries all over the world was chosen to present the vision of Gdansk as an open and ambitious city which invests in science.
We encourage young scientists who are preparing a doctoral dissertation at your university, are the authors or joint authors of a scientific publication and wish to pursue their scientific interests at one of Polish leading universities to take advantage of the offer.
The deadline for submission of applications is 15 October this year.
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIPS PROGRAMME:
Rules of the scholarship programme for PhD students are set in the Gdańsk Council Resolution no. LII/1300/22 dated 30 June 2022 regarding the Mayor of Gdańsk Fahrenheit Scholarship programme for students and PhD students.
The idea and main condition of participation in the competition is the implementation of a joint project of science clubs from at least two universities – members of the Fahrenheit Universities.
The colourful parade and inspiring speeches – let's start the new academic year together!
[MOVIE] The scholarship programme will be best described by the current interns: Anna, Maria and Stabak.
During the Science Speed Dating FarU, participants had a chance to establish a network of contacts and exchange experiences related to applying for and implementing grant competitions.