Scholarships in Denmark

Country: Denmark

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Scholarships in Denmark

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Denmark is known for its great higher education system as well as the wide array of funding available for students. Both international students in Denmark as well as Danish students are afforded an immense amount of support to ease the financial burdens associated with pursuing a higher level degree.

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Funding for your studies in Denmark

Kolding Trade and Craftsmanship The Society of Craftsmen and Industrial Owners in Kolding's United Scholarship (Foundation)1340€ / once
Horsens State School Elisabeth Schou's Scholarshipns / ns
Permanent under-secretary P. O. A. Andersen and wife Sigrid Scholarship Permanent under-secretary P. O. A. Andersen and wife Sigrid, born Johnsen's Scholarshipns / ns
Sønderborg High School and Higher Preparatory Examination School Border Control Master Kristian Langvad Christensen and wife Anna , born Hübner's Scholarship, created by Sigurd Christensen2680€ / once
Association for Craftsmen and Industry in Ringsted and Surroundings Watch Maker H. J. Klint's Memorial Foundationns / ns
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

Lett, Vilstrup & Partners Head of Office Arthur Andersson and Wife, Pianist Ellen Andersson's Scholarship for Training of Music Students in Piano Playns / ns
The Scandinavian Research Council for Criminology (NSfK) Research grantsns / ns
Nordsjællands Agricultural Association Nordsjælland Agricultural Academy's Foundation Abroadns / ns
Niels Brock Niels Brocks Foundationns / ns
Hørsholm Rotary Club Hørsholm Rotary Club's Nordic Foundationns / ns
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The 10 Biggest Misconceptions about Scholarships

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Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.