- Denmark is one of the preferred destinations for international students, thanks to its world class education in areas such as life sciences, social sciences, engineering and IT.
- Students get to study in a friendly, safe and innovation-driven environment.
- The Danish education system is designed to promote innovation, and creativity, as well as critical and analytical thinking.
- The benefits of studying in Denmark include access to innovative teaching and high academic standards.
Tuition Fees and Scholarships
- Students who come from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland are required to pay tuition fees of between €6000 and €16,000.
- There are scholarships available from institutions and public funded schemes like the Danish Government. These scholarships are available at selected Danish universities.
Danish Government Scholarships at UCN
- The Danish Government Scholarship Scheme offers scholarships for highly qualified non-EU/EEA citizens who wish to pursue undergraduate studies at UCN.
- Study at University of Applied Sciences UCN (University College of Northern Denmark)
Fields of Study
- Any undergraduate program at UCN in any of the following areas:
- Construction, energy and the environment
- Sales, exports and marketing
- IT and design
- Sport, services and hospitality
What does the scholarship cover?
- A partial tuition fee waiver – 30 to 50% of the total tuition fees
- Students may receive an additional partial monthly living costs allowance (only given under certain circumstances)
How many scholarships are given?
- Not stated
Which countries are targeted?
- Non-EU/EEA international students
Am I Eligible to Apply?
- You must be a citizen of a country outside the EU and the EEA
- You must not be a permanent resident in an EU/EEA country
- You must not be studying in Denmark through an exchange program or any other study agreement which offers a tuition fee waiver
- You must show good academic results from previous studies or previously passed exams
- You must have passed an English language test, preferably an IELTS test with a score of 6.0, or a similar recognized test with a high score
How do I Apply – Next Steps
- First, fill in the scholarship application form, including a motivation letter stating the reasons for applying to UCN and your reasons for applying for the specific program in question.
- Next, apply and be accepted to one of the English-taught study programs offered at UCN.
- Documentation of passed exams (translated into English)
- Documentation of relevant working experience
- References (if available)
- Copy of a valid passport
- Documentation of applying for a program at UCN
- Candidates on UCN’s priority list must start the application for a residence permit for Denmark before they get the first decision of the scholarship application so that they are not late for the commencement of studies.
- 15 March 2019
How do I get more information?
- Website: Danish Government Scholarships at UCN
- Additional Information: https://studyindenmark.dk/study-options/tuition-fees-scholarships
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