Danish Government Scholarships for International Students
In recognition of the significant commitment that international students make in their study, the University of Southern Denmark presents the Danish Government Scholarship to selected applicants. This scholarship is financed by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science.
The scholarship consists of two components: a grant to aid with living expenses totaling DKK 3000 per month before taxes and a full tuition fee waiver.
There are more scholarships available right now in many nations in Europe, the US, and Canada. Check out a few of the options listed below:
Summary of the Scholarship
Host Country: Denmark
Europe is a good place to study abroad.
Category: Masters and Postgraduate Scholarships
All countries are eligible.
Full Scholarship with a Monthly Salary of DKK 3000
the first day of February 2023
International students interested in master’s degrees are offered Scholarship Awards 2023 by the Southern Danish University. For many international students, studying in Denmark and receiving a scholarship there are dreams come true. They have a fantastic opportunity to study abroad in Denmark.
This fellowship in Denmark is open to all gifted and highly motivated students from non-European and EEA nations.
Conditions for Scholarships:
A applicant must have an undergraduate degree from any nation, excluding Switzerland and those in the EU/EEA.
A candidate must be enrolled in a higher education program leading to a full degree.
A candidate will be given a temporary residence permit in Denmark for educational purposes.
a candidate with a strong academic record and accomplishments.
copies of all prior academic records.
Scholarship Length and Compensation
Danish Southern University Scholarships for master’s programs in Denmark will take the form of partial or complete exemptions of tuition fees. Selected students may also receive a monthly stipend to help with living expenses.
waiver of all tuition fees.
3000 DKK per month for living expenses.
Mechatronics Program Currently Offered
MSc in Engineering
Engineering Electronics MSc
Approach to Application
All required supporting material must be included on your application at the time of submission in order for it to be processed for you to be eligible for the scholarship.
Grades and units/credits for each subject must be included on the official Bachelor’s transcripts and diploma, which must be in English, Danish, Swedish, or Norwegian.
courses listed on your transcripts and their descriptions
proof of your ability to speak English
Both the application for admission and the application for scholarships are the same.
The application must be finished and an account must be created.
The necessary paperwork must be included with the application.