23 Jan SCHOLARSHIPS IN DENMARK
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Hereby we are announcing for your kind information that the admission procedure for Denmark, September 2019 intake has been started.In Denmark, Scholarships are available.
Now we are attaching herewith the information Scholarships in Denmark :
1. University College of Northern Denmark:
Each year UCN awards a number of tuition fee scholarships to highly-qualified non-EU/non-EEA applicants. The scholarship provides a reduction on the tuition fees for the entire duration of the study programme.
Eligibility: Work experience relevant to your choice of studies, additional proficiency, motivation letter, studies or work in a country other than your home country, relevant courses or classes, English language qualification.
2. DANIA, University of Applied Science:
As an international student, you can apply for a scholarship. Since the results for scholarship applications are not published until July and February, the student must pay tuition fee as stated above although he or she has applied for scholarship. If the student is granted a scholarship, the paid fee will be refunded to the student in part or in full, depending on the size of the scholarship.
3. International Business Academy:
For the Master of Science programme & MBA (General) programme if you pay the total amount up front then you will get 10% rebate on your tuition fees. The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science offers a scholarship scheme for non-EU citizens.
4. Niels Brock Copenhagen Business College:
DMU (GCIB) programme, DMU (BA Top-up) programme, DMU (MSC) programme offers three Diversity Scholarship to qualified applicants.
The purpose of the Niels Brock Diversity Scholarship is to encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds to contribute their perspectives to the programme. Niels Brock values diversity in all aspects of its institution, particularly in its student body, and seeks to bolster the experience of all students through cross-cultural communication and the exchange of ideas.
must be accepted into the study program and have received their Letter of
- The scholarship
recipients will be selected based upon their academic merit, letter of
motivation and letter of recommendation
5. Business Academy Aarus- School of Applied Science (BAAA):
Ministry of Higher Education and Science offers a scholarship scheme for non-EU
citizens. Business Academy Aarhus primarily offers scholarships to students who
have passed at least their first semester at the Academy. This means that
non-EU students must expect to pay tuition fees themselves for at least the
first semester. A scholarship may be given as a full or partial cover of the
tuition fees and/or as a monthly grant to cover living expenses.
are recommended for the scholarships by Business Academy Aarhus. Decisions
regarding recipients of scholarships are made once a year, in May/June.
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