Danish universities offer generous scholarships to qualified non-EU/EUA students. Let us take a look at them!
September Undergraduate Scholarships
Each faculty member is eligible for one scholarship when studying abroad. It is available to international undergraduate students enrolling in September. The scholarship comprises a 2,000 euro reduction per year in the undergraduate non-EU tuition fee.
Master's Merit Scholarship
Students must have a GPA of at least a B+ in the last year of their bachelor’s degree to meet the requirements. This scholarship is available to international students. Qualifying international students will be awarded a scholarship of $7,000 or $10,000 towards the overall cost of their study. The scholarship will provide two benefits: a grant for living expenses totaling DKK 6090 per month before taxes and a tuition fee waiver. credit master’s programs.
Danish Government Scholarship
International students can apply for the fully funded Danish Government Scholarship. This award is only available for graduate work. The scholarship will include two benefits: a grant to help with living expenses totaling DKK 6090 per month before taxes and a tuition fee waiver.
Denmark's Erasmus Mundus Scholarship Programs
Both EU/EEA and non-EU/EEA students may submit an application for a scholarship through the Erasmus Mundus program in order to enroll in particular Master's degree programs that are provided jointly by a Danish institution and another European university or college.
IT University of Copenhagen State Scholarships
Three or four extremely brilliant MSc applicants (full-degree students) from outside the EU and EEA get state scholarships each year from the IT University of Copenhagen. Free tuition is one benefit of the scholarships, which also help with living costs.
Danish State Strategic Scholarships for Non-EU/EEA Students at Aarhus University
The Danish government provides a small number of highly qualified non-EU/EEA/Swiss applicants admitted to two-year Master's degree programs at Aarhus University with scholarships. The scholarships typically come with a full tuition waiver and, more often than not, a monthly stipend for up to 23 months of the degree program.