Study in Denmark: danish scholarships
Foreign students have all the necessary conditions to study in Denmark: good environment, a high quality of life, higher standards of education and the possibility of further good career after graduation. Education in Denmark is for free for foreigners who came from the European Union, as well as for students on exchange programs at universities. Students who do not meet these requirements have to spend from 6 to 16 thousand euros per year. However, talented ones who showed good results have the opportunity to apply for scholarships.
Here you can find the names of 5 famous scholarships available for education in Denmark:
If you want to get higher education at a Nordic or Baltic institution, Nordplus can offer you a possibility to study in Denmark (or another Nordic or Baltic country) as part of your degree. The grant supports the cooperation between schools, training centers and other educational institutions in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
Erasmus Mundus/Joint Master Degree
This programme applies to education in Denmark and it is open for EU/EEA and non-EU/EAA students. Erasmus Mundus scholarships are intended mostly for the master's degree.
Under this program american students who wish to study in Denmark may be able to apply for a Fulbright scholarship. Competitively selected U.S. citizens have a chance to get education in Denmark, conduct research and so on.
The Danish Government Scholarships under the Cultural Agreements
These scholarships are aimed at students and researchers who wish not only study in Denmark but also immerse themselves in studies of the Danish language and culture.
These Danish Government Scholarships are available for students from a number of European countries and students from Russia, China, Japan, Israel and Egypt.
Danish government scholarships for highly qualified non-EU/EEA students
Higher education institutions in Denmark receive some government scholarships each year to fund students from non-EU/EEA countries and Switzerland.
The institutions of higher education in Denmark administer all scholarships, each of which decides who will get financial help.