- Denmark is considered one of the safest countries for international students to pursue their studies, as it has the lowest crime rate in the world.
- Danish higher education institutions offer a wide variety of English- taught degree programs and courses.
- The unique teaching style used in Danish universities is characterized by:
- a) Close collaboration between teachers and students
- b) Active participation and problem solving rather than passive listening
- c) Turning new knowledge into innovative solutions
- d) Project work with the teacher as the consultant
- e) Open debate and student-centered learning
- What are the benefits of studying in Denmark?
- You get an internationally recognized qualification
- You learn to work analytically and creatively in a problem-solving environment
- You will learn to work both independently and as a team member
- You develop excellent communication and interpersonal skills
- You gain an international profile
- Studying in Denmark gives you an excellent foundation for your future career.
- Danish universities receive a limited number of government scholarships every year, to fund the education of highly qualified full degree students from non-EU/EEA countries, and Switzerland.
- Danish institutions of higher learning administer these scholarships, thus making the final decision as to which students will receive a scholarship.
- Danish institutions of higher education
Fields of Study
- The Danish Government Scholarships apply to eligible full-time higher education programs offered at participating institutions.
What does the scholarship cover?
- The government scholarship is in two parts and is given either as full or partial tuition fee waivers, and/or grants to cover living costs.
- Note that scholarships are administered by the individual higher education institutions, and as such, you can only get full details from the institution of your choice.
How many scholarships are given?
- Danish higher education institutions receive a limited number of government scholarships yearly to disburse to highly qualified students.
Which countries are targeted?
- Non EU/EEA international students
Am I Eligible to Apply?
To qualify for this scholarship:
- You must be a citizen of a country outside the European Union, the European Economic Area, or Switzerland.
- You must be enrolled in a full degree (higher education) program
- You must have been granted a time-limited residence permit for education in Denmark
How Do I Apply – Next Steps
- Visit the official scholarship website as well as the website of your chosen university to get detailed information on scholarship application.
- The admission desk at your chosen university can also give you all the information you need.
- Once all the applications have been received, the Danish institutions of higher education do the selection of recipients.
- The deadline generally varies depending on your choice university and study program.
- Applications for September admission are sent in between March and April of the same year, while applications for February admission are sent in between September and October of the previous year.
How do I get more information?
- Free Scholarships – http://www.freeundergraduatescholarships.info/
- Top Undergrad Scholarships – http://internationalscholarships.ca/category/level-of-study/undergraduate/
- Top Graduate Scholarships – http://internationalscholarships.ca/category/level-of-study/graduate/
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