The University of Copenhagen is one of the most popular institutions of higher learning in all of Denmark. And as the country continues to rise as a prospective destination for international students, the Danish government has also stepped in to make it easier for these students to get in.Thank you for reading this post, don't forget to subscribe!
Currently, international students looking to study at the University of Copenhagen can easily get their hands on attractive scholarship opportunities. Below, we will share some important information concerning the scholarship and how you can get in.
If you’re looking to enjoy the Danish government scholarship at the University of Copenhagen, you will need to be:
- A citizen of a country that isn’t in the European Economic Area (EEA), the European Union (EU), or Switzerland.
- An applicant – or already a student – of a Master’s degree program at one of the faculties at the University of Copenhagen
- A permitted time-limited residence as a student of a higher education program in Denmark
- Restricted from getting a grant based on Danish law or the State Educational Grant & Loan Scheme
- Ineligible for legal rights afforded to Danish citizens
- The child of a foreign citizen that is not covered by the European Union or European Economic Area in accordance with the Danish Aliens Consolidation act 9C and 9M as of the period of your admission. Thus, you shouldn’t have a residence permit
- Compliant with the full eligibility criteria of your chosen faculty at the University of Copenhagen.
You might be wondering about the degrees that are covered by this scholarship. Currently, the Danish government offers these scholarships to international applicants for Master’s degrees in the following faculties:
- Faculty of Humanities
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences
- Faculty of Theology
- Faculty of Sciences
The benefits and perks offered by the Danish government’s scholarships will vary based on your chosen faculty. However, they usually cover the following:
- Tuition fees (complete or partial)
- Living and accommodation expenses
If you’re looking to apply for the Danish government’s scholarship, you can follow this sequence:
- Read the guidelines for your chosen faculty at the University of Copenhagen
- Remember to pay your application fees and apply for your faculty and course before the application deadline
Once your eligibility for the scholarship has been confirmed, you will be considered automatically for it. Please note that this isn’t a guarantee that you will get the scholarship.
Selection for the Danish government’s scholarship will be processed based on your academic achievement and eligibility.
All selected applicants will get their scholarship offers via Email. And if you fail to accept the scholarship before the deadline, it will be rescinded and given to someone else.
The application deadline for the scholarship will be based on the closing date for faculty admission. For most faculties, this will be on January 15, 2023.
If you would like more information about this scholarship please visit the information portal.