You are here: Home Education Programmes supporting cooperation and mobility The Cultural Agreements programme The Long-Term Scholarships List of Danish institutions offering Long-Term Scholarships in Denmark

List of Danish institutions offering Long-Term Scholarships in Denmark

Please find list of Danish institutions offering Long-Term Scholarships in Denmark below. Applications for other institutions are not eligible:

Aalborg University

Location: Aalborg (Region: Northern Jutland)
Contact person: Marianne Hansen,


Aarhus University

Location: Aarhus (Region: Central Jutland)
Contact person: Helle Colding Seiersen,


University of Copenhagen

Location: Copenhagen (Region: Zealand)
Contact person: Bente Blumensaat Pedersen and Tina Haagerup, INT-admission@adm.ku.dk

Please note: From 2020 the University of Copenhagen has introduced a minimum for cost-of-living grants corresponding to two SU grant portions for international PhD students throughout the enrolment period (currently a total of DKK 12,332 per month). This means that PhD students applying for a scholarship at the University of Copenhagen must be able to document that they have sufficient funds to cover the amount which exceeds the scholarship amount of 6,500 DKK per month.


Roskilde University

Location: Roskilde (Region: Zealand)
Contact person: Gitte Abitz,


University of Southern Denmark

Location: Odense (Region: Southern Denmark)
Contact person: Inger Marie Jessen, imj@sdu.dk or int@sdu.dk


The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, Schools of Architecture, Design and Conservation

Location: Copenhagen (Region: Zealand)
Contact person: Trine Nielsen, tnie@kadk.dk

Please note: KADK only accepts applications from students enrolled in an institution with whom KADK has a formal cooperation agreement.


The Royal Danish Academy of Music

Location: Copenhagen (Region: Zealand)
Contact person: Nynne Giannini, international@dkdm.dk


last modified Feb 19, 2020