Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
- For both Masters and PhD Students at NTNU
The stipend is offered by DNV for NTNU's Master and PhD students studying or doing research abroad in an academic area of interest to DNV.
- Maximum awards: ~40 000 NOK (PhD) or 10 000 NOK (Master)
- Supplementary financing (e.g. travel expenses and other specified costs) related to period abroad
- Conference costs NOT covered
- Administered by NTNU's Office of International Relations
- DNV - independent international foundation established in 1864
- Objectives: safeguarding life, property, and the environment
- Leading international risk management provider
- Global network: 300 offices in 100 countries spread over all continents
- 9,000 employees from more than 85 different nations
- Major business areas: maritime, certification, technology and consulting
- Strong market presence and a large customer base in the following industries: maritime, oil, gas and energy, food and beverage, health care
- Most important research programmes (as of 2012-02): Arctic, biorisk managment, future energy solutions, information processes and technology, maritime transport, multifunctional materials and surfaces
- Additional information: http://www.dnv.com/ (English) and http://www.dnv.no (Norwegian).
- Master or doctoral student at NTNU
- Master's program or thesis/doctoral research must be related one of the following:
- Arctic technology
- Maritime transportation
- Sustainable energy
(ie renewable energy and technologies designed to improve energy efficiency and minimize environmental impact)
- Integrated operations (IO) in the petroleum industry
Please see www.dnv.com or www.dnv.no for additional information on DNV.
- The stipend must be used at an accredited university or research insitution abroad.
- Time spent abroad must be an integrated part of the student's Master or PhD program
- Must not have previously received a DNV stipend
- Must not have other industrial sponsors
- Duration of stay: no upper or lower limit
- No prior connection to DNV required
After the stay abroad, stipend recipients must submit a report describing what was done, the academic benefits of having been abroad, social and other aspects of the stay, and any experiences that might be of interest to other students. The reports will be sent to DNV and made available on-line.
Both Master and PhD students should submit the application electronically and send any enclosures to:
NTNU - Office of International Relations, NTNU
ATTN: DNV stipend
- Submit application online: " Søknad om studier/stipend for delstudier ved utenlandsk lærested "
- For master's students doing research: In the comment field please include information on what type of project you will be working on. If available, please include the specifics of your project, the name of your advisor both at NTNU and abroad and mention if you have already been invited.
- Any enclosures may be sent to the address given above.
- Submit application online: " DNV Stipend application"
- Send the following enclosures to the address given above:
- Research plan
- Statement on why your project should be of interest to DNV
- Recommendation from your advisor at NTNU
- Letter of invitation from the host university (if available)
Note: an email from the host university is also acceptable
- Transcripts (karakterutskrift) from both your Master and PhD program
- List of courses currently in progress (if there are any)
- List of publications (if available)
Deadlines: October 1st, February 1st and May 1st
All applications must be submitted at least one (1) month prior to departure.
Last update: 2013-07-04