With five departments and more than 31,000 students, of which over 16% are international students, the University of Southern Denmark has been continuously developing.
Emerging technologies, improving the health of citizens, and performing excellent research are some of the University of Southern Denmark’s ways to provide significant benefits to the society. But also, being capable of accommodating and integrating where appropriate, prioritizing research resources, and managing transactions in response to a constantly fast changing environment and events is essential. For this reason, the University of Southern Denmark has a flexible approach that allows for agility while achieving challenging and successful objectives.
- Host University: University of Southern Denmark;
- Host Country: Denmark;
- Scholarship Type: Fully Funded;
- Study Level: Masters Level;
- Scholarship Worth: 3,000DKK every month;
- Subjects: Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics, Engineering and Electronics;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Application Deadline: February and September of each year.
The Danish Government Scholarship is now available for Masters and International Students in the fields of: Electronic Engineering, Mechatronics, Engineering and Electronics at the University of Southern, Denmark.
The university proposes a variety of cooperation programs with the University of Flensburg and the University of Kiel. The connections to the local industry and the international research communities are very strong.
The University of Southern Denmark provides the Danish Government Scholarship, which is sponsored by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science, to selected candidates in acknowledgement of the significant commitment that international students demonstrate while studying.
The scholarship is devided into two parts: a complete tuition exemption and a financial contribution to support living expenses of DKK 3,000 monthly before income tax.
Applicants from outside the EU/EEA who apply for one of the proposed Master of Engineering programs at The University of Southern Denmark begin in the fall and are considered to be qualified to cover the tuition fees.
The most highly evaluated applicants will be selected for the scholarship. Check the official website for each of the programs. All documents are required by the application deadline in order to process an application.
Scholarships are granted to the most highly skilled of the qualified nominees. Any qualified applicants that are awarded a study spot will be immediately accepted for the scholarship. A secondary application is not necessary.
Please visit the official website for more detailed information: