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Scholarships in Denmark

Being a nation of the European Union, the cost of education already gets low as compared to other study abroad destinations. Financial aid provided by the Danish Government proves to be a cherry on top.

Not just a few, but numerous scholarships are awarded to the international students aiming to pursue their higher studies in this peaceful country, Denmark. Being a nation of the European Union, the cost of education already gets low as compared to other study abroad destinations. Financial aid provided by the Danish Government proves to be a cherry on top.

Not just a few, but numerous scholarships are awarded to the international students aiming to pursue their higher studies in this peaceful country, Denmark.
      1. Danish State Scholarships at Aarhus University
      2. Danish State Tuition Fee Waivers and Scholarships at Roskilde University
      3. Danish State Scholarships at University of Copenhagen
      4. IT University of Copenhagen State Scholarships in Denmark
      5. Study a Masters in Europe Scholarships
      6. Denmark Government Scholarships for Non-EU Students
      7. Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships in Media Arts Cultures
      8. Denmark-India Innovation Challenge
      9. Danish Government Scholarships at University College of Northern Denmark
      10. ICM Online MBA scholarships

Apart from these, there are some fully funded scholarships and Ph.D positions available for foreign students provided by the universities of Denmark.
      1. Aalborg University Nordplus Scholarships for International Students in Denmark
      2. LifeAsapa International undergraduate financial aid in Denmark
      3. International PhD Fellowships in Comparative Paediatrics, Denmark
      4. AAUBS International Postdoctoral Position in International Marketing, Denmark
      5. DAWN International Fellowships in Denmark

However, to avail the benefits of these scholarships, one has to conform to the following eligibility criteria:
      ● The student must be a citizen of a country outside of the EU, the European Economic Area or Switzerland.
      ● The student should be admitted in a full-time higher education course.
      ● The student must be accorded a time-limited permit for residency in Denmark owing to education.