Denmark is one of the European countries that offer high-quality education. The standard of living in Denmark is much better than some of the other European counties; the study costs are low, and the classes are taught in English. Moreover, the faculties use innovative teaching approaches which makes the Danish institutions highly competitive.
The EU/EEA students are exempted from paying the tuition fees, and the foreign students can apply for scholarships to support them financially depending on their academic records.
List of scholarships in Denmark:
1. UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN DENMARK (SDU) SCHOLARSHIPS:
The southern Denmark University’s Talent Master Fellowships program offers scholarships to international students with bachelor’s degrees in computer science or a relevant field who wants to pursue a master’s in the computer science program.
The chosen candidates will get the chance to have the first-hand experience of a corporative environment alongside getting their master’s degree as they will be involving in a study job in a technology company in Denmark.
If the applicant doesn’t have a bachelor’s degree in computer science they must have studied these subjects in their bachelor’s program: programming, data structures, algorithms computer systems, discrete mathematics databases.
2. ROSKILDE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIPS:
The Danish governments offer a limited number of tuition fee waivers and scholarship to students from outside the EU/EEA which will be granted at the graduate level at the University of Roskilde.
The scholarship duration is a max. Of 22 months and the recipient will get a tuition fee waiver as well as a monthly stipend of 7800 DKK that will help them to cover their living costs.
3. DANISH GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIPS FOR NON-EU/EEA STUDENTS:
The Danish government together with the Danish ministry of education offers scholarships to highly qualified students from countries outside the EU/EEA in order to encourage them to study in Denmark.
The award will be in the form of a partial or full tuition fee waivers, also the awardee may get a monthly stipend to cover their living expenses and the scholarships may last for the length of the degree program.
4. UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NORTHERN DENMARK SCHOLARSHIP:
Each year the University College of Northern Denmark offers scholarships to students from countries outside of the European Union and the European Economic Area.
There is a limited number of scholarships, and it’s open for all the programs that are provided by the UCN and that are taught in English.
The scholarship is not fully funded, the recipients will get a tuition fee waiver of 30% to 50%, a monthly stipend to cover a part of the liven expenses and they should pay the rest of the uition.
5. IT UNIVERSITY OF COPENHAGEN SCHOLARSHIP:
The IT University of Copenhagen offers scholarships to masters of science students. These scholarships are for students who are from countries outside the EU/EEA they are funded by the state and each year only 3 or 4 applicants are awarded the scholarship.
This award covers the full tuition fee and offers a stipend that can partly cover the candidate’s living costs. The applicants need to be enrolled in a Master’s of Science program taught at the IT University to be considered for the grant.
6. AALBORG UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP:
Application for the Ph.D. Program in Material Sciences at the University of Aalborg for the academic session 2020-21 is now open even to international students.
This is not a fully-funded scholarship; the candidates will get a monthly stipend but still, they will need to use their personal finances.
Applicants need to have a master’s degree in a relevant field and have sufficient knowledge about material technology, chemistry, chemical reaction, material sciences, glass science, as well as ceramic science, they also should know the use of spectroscopy, crystallographic techniques, thermal analysis, microscopy, and thermal methods.