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Discontinued - Danish Government Scholarships for foreign nationals under the Cultural Agreements
Until 2020, Denmark offered two types of scholarships for foreign students under the Cultural Agreements.
Located in: Education Programmes supporting cooperation and mobility
Type: Page
Other funding programmes and cooperation on education
The Danish Agency Science for Higher Education administers a range of smaller grant programmes as well as international cooperation agreements. Click on the relevant links below for more information about the programmes.
Located in: Education Programmes supporting cooperation and mobility
Type: Page
Manpower Scholarships for Foreign Students
The number of foreign students completing a full education in Denmark fell by more than 400 students from 2006 to 2007. As a result, the Minister for Science, Technology and Innovation suggests that "manpower" scholarships should be established for foreign students.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2009
Type: Press release
published: May 07, 2009
Cutting-Edge Research Requires Input from Outside
Today, Crown Princess Mary and Science Minister Helge Sander are allocating five EliteForsk awards, each worth DKK 1.2 million, to some of Denmark's most talented researchers. This year, a large proportion of the award winners are from countries other than Denmark.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2010
Type: Press release
published: Jan 27, 2010
Elite researchers honoured with awards
The Higher Education Ministry’s EliteForsk Award 2013 is being awarded to five of the country’s most talented researchers. H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary will present the awards that will help boost new research.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2013
Type: Press release
published: Feb 07, 2013
Danish University Underway in China
A far greater exchange of Danish and Chinese researchers and elite students is to take place – and preferably in close interaction with the business sector. At the same time, a Danish university in China might be underway.
Located in: Newsroom Archive 2008
Type: Press release
published: Feb 28, 2008
Five outstanding researchers honoured with EliteForsk awards
Minister for Higher Education and Science Søren Pind will present the EliteForsk awards today to five of Denmark’s most talented young researchers to draw attention to the brightest minds and honour the greatest research results.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2018
Type: Press release
published: Feb 28, 2018
The Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF) invites applications for PhD scholarships outside the universities
The Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF) invites applications for up to 10 PhD scholarships within all areas of scientific research, for projects to be carried out at other public research institutions than the universities.
Located in: Newsroom News 2013
Type: News Item
published: Mar 07, 2013
Media invitation: EliteForsk award ceremony 2012
Representatives of the media are invited to the annual EliteForsk award ceremony where H.R.H. Prince Joachim and Higher Education Minister Morten Østergaard will present the awards to five of Denmark’s most talented researchers.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2012
Type: Press release
published: Jan 26, 2012
Five outstanding researchers honoured with EliteForsk awards
H.R.H. Crown Princess Mary and the Minister for Higher Education and Science Søren Pind are presenting EliteForsk awards to five of Denmark's most talented young researchers today. This marks the eleventh year of the Ministry of Higher Education and Science's EliteForsk awards.
Located in: Newsroom Press releases 2017
Type: Press release
published: Feb 23, 2017