The Danish education system is designed to promote innovation, and creativity, as well as critical and analytical thinking.
The benefits of studying in Denmark include access to innovative teaching and high academic standards.
Tuition Fees and Scholarships
Students who come from outside the EU/EEA and Switzerland are required to pay tuition fees of between €6000 and €16,000.
There are scholarships available from institutions and public funded schemes like the Danish Government. These scholarships are available at selected Danish universities. Danish Government Scholarships at UCN.
The Danish Government Scholarship Scheme offers scholarships for highly qualified non-EU/EEA citizens who wish to pursue undergraduate studies at UCN.
Field of Study
Any undergraduate program at UCN in any of the following areas:
- Construction, energy and the environment
- Sales, exports and marketing
- IT and design
- Sport, services and hospitality
A partial tuition fee waiver – 30 to 50% of the total tuition fees
Students may receive an additional partial monthly living costs allowance (only given under certain circumstances)
Number of Scholarships: Varies
Study at University of Applied Sciences UCN (University College of Northern Denmark)
Non-EU/EEA international students
- You must be a citizen of a country outside the EU and the EEA
- You must not be a permanent resident in an EU/EEA country
- You must not be studying in Denmark through an exchange program or any other study agreement which offers a tuition fee waiver
- You must show good academic results from previous studies or previously passed exams
- You must have passed an English language test, preferably an IELTS test with a score of 6.0, or a similar recognized test with a high score
- First, fill in the scholarship application form, including a motivation letter stating the reasons for applying to UCN and your reasons for applying for the specific program in question.
- Next, apply and be accepted to one of the English-taught study programs offered at UCN.
- Documentation of passed exams (translated into English)
- Documentation of relevant working experience
- References (if available)
- Copy of a valid passport
- Documentation of applying for a program at UCN
Candidates on UCN’s priority list must start the application for a residence permit for Denmark before they get the first decision of the scholarship application so that they are not late for the commencement of studies.
Apply Now or visit : Official Website
Closing Date: 15 March 2019
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