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International PhD Programme in Molecular Life Sciences
Vienna Biocenter, Austria

The Vienna Biocenter (VBC) PhD programme was created in 1993 with the aim of providing biology students from all over the world with the possibility for training and research in the attractive scientific environment of the Vienna Biocenter. Successful candidates are accepted as PhD students initially for three years with the possibility of an extension into the fourth year. The PhD degree will be obtained from the Life Sciences Faculty of the Vienna University or the Medical University of Vienna. The Vienna Biocenter International PhD programme in Molecular Life Sciences is the longest running and most successful PhD programme at the Vienna Biocenter. Successful candidates in this programme have access to excellent facilities and remuneration at one of the highest levels in Europe.

Research at the VBC covers a range of topics which include: neurobiology, epigenetics, plant biology, cell biology, immunology, development & disease, structural biology, computational biology and RNA biology. The VBC PhD programme supports its students in their scientific explorations, providing state-of-the-art equipment, expert scientific advisors, and extensive scientific and administrative support. The VBC PhD programme is the place for young researchers to put their creativity, ideas, and enthusiasm to work, addressing fundamental questions about how life works.

Highly qualified applicants from all over the world are invited to apply, provided that they are not older than 30 years at the time of application. The applicants must hold a Master's degree or equivalent from a university in the field of Natural Sciences. It is also possible to apply when the master's degree is received within six months after the application deadline. This university degree should qualify for the start of a doctorate thesis in their home country and ideally should be equivalent to a European university diploma/degree.

There are two selections each year, the application deadlines are as follows:
Winter selection – 15 November (website opens for applications on 15 September)
Summer selection – 30 April (website opens for applications on 1 March)
Vienna is consistently rated as one of the top cities in Europe for quality of life. It is a fun, young city embedded in beautiful old buildings, horse-drawn carriages, and traditional coffee houses. It is a modern, international metropolis in the heart of Central Europe, a city with a quality lifestyle and an embraceable joy for living.

For further information see the website www.vbcphdprogramme.at or contact:
Christopher Robinson
VBC PhD Programme Administrator
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Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (I.M.P.)
Dr. Bohr-Gasse 7
A-1030 Vienna
Austria


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Christopher Robinson
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Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (I.M.P.)
Vienna, Austria

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