Type: Bachelor’s (Undergraduate), Master’s Degree
Who: Arab students interested in studying in Denmark
What: The Danish Government Scholarship is granted either as full or partial tuition fee waivers and/or as an amount that covers basic living costs.
Where: The University of Copenhagen
Program Length: One year
Deadline to Apply: Open
Citizenship: Algeria, Bahrain, Comoros, Djibouti, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen
Destination Countries: Denmark
Academic Subject(s): All Subjects
The University of Copenhagen offers tuition waivers and grants through the Danish Government Scholarship programme to international students from non-EU/EEU countries who have been admitted to a master’s degree programme at the university.
All eligible applicants offered admission will automatically be considered for the scholarship.
The scholarships are awarded solely on the basis of academic achievement; thus, financial need is not considered.
Various faculties offer limited numbers of scholarships. For faculty-specific selection criteria, please refer to the scholarship information page.
Deadline: Varies by programme and study start date.
The Danish Government Scholarship is granted as a full or partial tuition fee waiver and/or as an amount that covers basic living costs.
In order to be eligible for a scholarship, you must be:
– a citizen of a country outside the EU, EEA (the European Economic Area) or Switzerland.
– admitted to a master’s degree programme at the University of Copenhagen.
– granted a time-limited residence permit for the purpose of studying a higher educational programme in Denmark.
You are not eligible for a Danish Government Scholarship if you:
– have a legal claim to the rights of Danish citizens.
– are eligible for a grant in accordance with Danish law regarding the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme.
– have been granted a residence permit at the time of admission as the child of a foreign citizen who has been granted a residence permit under certain sections of the Danish Aliens Consolidations Act.
How to Apply:
Please find information about how to apply for master’s degree study at the University of Copenhagen at this link.
All non-EU/EEA applicants will automatically be considered for the Danish Government Scholarship, provided they are eligible. No separate application is needed.
The university will contact those who get nominated via the e-mail stated in their application for admission. The nominees have to either decline or accept the scholarship within the deadline specified in the e-mail. Thus, it is important that you check your e-mail on a regular basis, including your spam folder or other e-mail filters.