Denmark Education Scholarships

University scholarships and grants
There are several ways of covering your study and living expenses in Denmark. Let’s take a closer look at each one.

The Danish Government Scholarships under the Cultural Agreements – these are scholarships offered to highly qualified exchange students who want to study the Danish language, habits, and culture or related subjects (e.g. Architecture, Design).
The Erasmus+ or Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree (EMJMD) programmes – these are programmes offered by the European Union in collaboration with universities and other institutions. The aim of the programmes is to encourage people to go and study abroad, to explore and embrace different cultures, and develop both interpersonal and academic skills.
The Nordplus programme – it’s available only for students who already study at a Nordic or Baltic higher education institution. If you qualify, you might have the opportunity to study in another Nordic or Baltic country.
The Fulbright Programme – only available for American students who enrol in a Master’s or PhD programme in Denmark.
Scholarships offered by universities to non-EU/EEA citizens – these scholarships are funded by the Danish government. To see which university offers them and how/if you can apply, check the admission or funding/scholarship page on the university website.
The Danish State Educational Support (SU) – those are educational grants normally offered to Danish students. However, international students can also apply as long as they meet the application requirements.
You can also check out the Studyportals Scholarship to get some help on financing your studies abroad.

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