Have you always wanted to study in Copenhagen? The Danish Government Scholarship makes this possible for a number of students each year at the university.
The University of Copenhagen offers scholarship and tuition wavers to non-EU students through the Danish Government Scholarship program. All non EU/EAA students are automatically considered for the scholarship, by applying to the University of Copenhagen. The award is based on academic achievement alone, and is given out to the most scholarly international students.
- You must be a citizen of a country outside of the EU, EAA, and Switzerland
- Completed application and acceptance for a masters program at the University of Copenhagen
- You must be granted a residence permit for the purpose of study in Denmark
All international master’s students will be automatically considered for this scholarship, provided that they fit all of the eligibility requirements. The University of Copenhagen will contact the scholarship winners through mail, where they must accept or decline the decision.
There are some faculty-specific conditions you can check out on their website.
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There are plenty of graduate scholarships available, including this one from Ton Duc Thang University.
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