Applications are invited for the fully funded University of Copenhagen Scholarships 2022-2023 sponsored by the Danish Government. The Danish Government scholarships are also associated with the University of Copenhagen funding programs.
This scholarship has very few number of seats for applicants who wish to study at the University of Copenhagen. Danish Government scholarships are for MA/MSc degree programs. Danish Government scholarship is highly competitive and is granted to students who have an exceptional academic background. It is because the Danish Government scholarships and University of Copenhagen scholarships are totally Merit based. All the non-European economic Area candidates offered admission will automatically be eligible for the Danish Government and University of Copenhagen scholarships.
Coverage Allowances of University of Copenhagen Scholarships:
The University of Copenhagen scholarship is a fully-funded grant; thus, it covers tuition fees, living allowance, and daily living expenditures. It offers courses in social sciences, humanities, health and sciences, science, and theology. Other benefits of the University of Copenhagen scholarships are:
- The University of Copenhagen Scholarship is awarded either 100% or half of it but it depends on the applicant’s choice of program and academic achievements.
- The University of Copenhagen also awards the Scholarship amount that covers basic living costs
- The accommodation facility at the University of Copenhagen is provided for free
Eligibility for University of Copenhagen Scholarships:
All the candidates living outside Europe applying to the University of Copenhagen’s MA/MSc degree programs will directly be considered strong candidates for the Danish Government Scholarship, provided they are eligible. Applicants will be eligible if they meet the following requirements:
- If the applicant is granted a limited residence authorization from the state for the purpose of studying a higher educational Master’s programme in Denmark.
- If the applicant is a resident of a country outside the EU, EEA (the European Economic Area), or Switzerland
- If the applicant is offered admission to a master’s degree programme at the University of Copenhagen.
Applicants are advised to fill out the application form diligently and correctly. If they make any mistakes they will be considered ineligible for the Danish Government scholarship. The University of Copenhagen will send an acceptance email to the students who have been selected for the scholarship. Then it’s up to the applicant to accept or reject it within the stipulated deadline. If an applicant fails to do so then he/she will lose the opportunity to avail of this scholarship and the scholarship will be given to some other applicant. Another application process is:
- The Danish Government scholarship is offered on the basis of academic achievement only; thus, financial need is not considered.
- For the faculty of social sciences, there are only 5 seats available and they consider September intake
- For the faculty of humanities, no additional documents are required
- For faculty of health and medical sciences, applicants are assessed on the basis of academic level and the relevancy of their BSc degree.
- For faculty of sciences, all non-EU/EEA applicants who scored 85% or above in their undergraduate degree are eligible for Danish government scholarship. The applicant must have an exceptional GPA.
- The Faculty of Theology offers less than 4 seats per year for this scholarship as the competition is tough.
You are not eligible for a Danish Government Scholarship if you:
- have been given a residence permit at the time of admission by the Danish Law, as a child of a foreign citizen who has been given a residence permit in Denmark in accordance with the Danish Law
- have a legal entitlement to the rights of people living in Denmark.
- are eligible for funding in accordance with Danish law concerning the State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme (SU)
Application Process for University of Copenhagen Scholarships:
The applicants are required to submit admissions and scholarship applications at the University of Copenhagen website as discussed below:
- Prepare required documents for scholarship application
- The application process is through the online application portal
- Create your profile on the university site to start the application
- Fill in your biodata, select degree program, attach your documents online, etc
- Attach IELTS, GRE, TOEFL, Cambridge English proficiency test, or if you passed B-level English exam in Denmark. Any one of them is accepted.
- Proofread your admission/scholarship application before submission
- Check if application fees at the University of Copenhagen is required or not
- Submit application and wait for results
University of Copenhagen Scholarship Application Deadline:
The deadline for the University of Copenhagen Scholarship varies. The faculty of social sciences at the University of Copenhagen take intake in September and the application submission is around May each year.