The activities offered by The Graduate Programme in Haematology & Oncology are open to all PhD students enrolled at Danish or foreign universities.
Students enrolled at other universities than the University of Southern Denmark pay course fees in accordance with the standard agreement between the relevant universities.
You need to be enrolled as a PhD student at the University of Southern Denmark to be officially linked (affiliated) to the graduate programme. You should state that you wish to be affiliated with the Graduate Programme in Haematology & Oncology when you apply to become a PhD student.
The following assessment criteria are considered:
- That the project falls within the areas of basic or clinical cancer research, epidemiological cancer research or research within hematologic research in pathogenesis, drug development, diagnostics, prognosis, prediction and treatment of benign as well as malignant blood diseases.
- The student is assigned to an institution of research and/or treatment of cancer diseases or benign haematological disorders in the region of Southern Denmark