Fully Funded Danish Government Scholarship, University of Copenhagen, Denmark 2022/2023
Language Requirement Not required
Eligible Region/CountriesInternational (without European Union, the European Economic Area, or Switzerland.)
The University of Copenhagen is a Danish public research university located in Copenhagen, Denmark. The Institution of Copenhagen, which was established in 1479, is the second-oldest university in Scandinavia after Uppsala University and is regarded as one of the best in both the Nordic region and Europe.
A small number of grants and tuition exemptions are available through the Danish Government Scholarship program at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH). Highly gifted students from non-EU/EEU countries with great academic records are eligible for the competitive scholarships, which are offered. The scholarship will be automatically considered for all non-EU/EEA candidates who are admitted. The Danish Government Scholarship is awarded as either a complete or partial remission of tuition fees or as a sum sufficient to cover the cost of basic living.
Founded by: Danish Government
Host Country: Denmark
Host Institution: The University of Copenhagen
Eligible Nations: International (without European Union, the European Economic Area, or Switzerland.)
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Depending on the faculty the scholarship recipient chooses, the perks of the scholarship may vary. For example, the scholarship may cover:
- Tuition fees (full or partial)
- Living expenses
If you want to be considered for a scholarship, you must:
- A national of a nation outside the European Union, the European Economic Area, or Switzerland.
- Admission to the University of Copenhagen’s master or Ph.D. program.
- Issued a temporary residence visa with a certain period of time to live in Denmark and pursue higher education.
A Danish Government Scholarship is not available to you if you:
- Have a legal claim to Danish residents’ rights.
- According to Danish law regulating the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme, are entitled to a grant (SU).
- The Danish Aliens Consolidations Act 9c, subsection 1, as the child of a foreign national who has been given a residence visa in accordance with the Danish Aliens Consolidations Act 9m, and who is a citizen of a nation that has not joined the EU or is not included in the EEA.
Topics with complete funding (Master and Ph.D.) and How to Apply
- Read the application guidelines for the chosen faculty.
- Apply for the chosen faculty at UCPH before the deadline for the application.
- Pay for the application fees.
- If you are eligible for the scholarship, you will automatically be considered for the scholarship.
- Actuarial Mathematics.
- Advanced Migration Studies.
- African Studies.
- Agricultural Economics.
- Animal science.
- Applied Cultural Analysis.
- Biomedical Engineering.
- Business Administration and Innovation in Health Care.
- Climate Change.
- Cognition and Communication.
- Computer Science.
- Computer Science (Part-Time)
- Environment and Development.
- Environmental and Natural Resource Economics.
- Environmental Science.
- Food Innovation and Health.
- Food Science and Technology.
- Forest and Nature Management.
- Geography and Geoinformatics.
- Global Development.
- Global Health
- Human Biology.
- Human Nutrition.
- Immunology and Inflammation.
- Integrated Food Studies.
- IT and Cognition.
- Landscape Architecture.
- Medicinal Chemistry.
- Molecular Biomedicine.
- Nanoscience and Technology (China)
- Nature Management.
- Pharmaceutical Sciences.
- Religious Roots of Europe
- security Risk Management.
- Social data Science New
- Sustainable Forest and nature management
- Sustainable Tropical Forestry.
- Urban Studies.
- Water and Environmental (China)
To learn more, kindly visit the The University of Copenhagen’s official websit.
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