Scholarships and Student Funding

Anglo-Danish Society Scholarships

For the academic year 2017- 2018 the Society is inviting applications from students undertaking post-graduate courses.

Eligibility

The scholarships are open to either:

Danish Nationals
with a first degree from a Danish  university/higher education institution (HEI) who are undertaking postgraduate studies/research at a university/HEI in the United Kingdom

OR

British Nationals
with a first degree from a university/HEI in the United Kingdom who are undertaking postgraduate studies/research at a university/HEI in Denmark.

Applicants should either have embarked on postgraduate courses / research leading to a higher degree, or be assured of being able to do so in the academic year indicated above.

Please observe the closing date of 1st March 2017 for submission of application even though the final confirmation of a place is pending or expected shortly after that date.

There are no restrictions as to the subject of study other than as specified for the Ove Arup Foundation Award

Scholarships are intended to be only a supplement to students’ other funding and will run for a period of up to six months from the beginning of the academic year indicated or such other date as may be approved. The minimum value is £1,500 per grant. All applicants are required to submit a budget for their study period and two signed letters of recommendation from persons of academic or professional standing.

Applying

Successful applicants will be requested to submit a short report to the Society on the  academic work undertaken during the period of study and will also be asked to give their permission for the Society to publicise awards . The report should be submitted at the end of the academic year for which they were given an award.

Academic and residential arrangements are the responsibility of the student. Any queries should be addressed directly to the University/College concerned.

Application forms and further information is available directly from the Society.

The Anglo-Danish Society