Higher education in Denmark is free for students from the EU/EEA and Switzerland and for students participating in an exchange programme. For other students annual tuition range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro. A number of scholarships and grants are available from the institutions and from public funded schemes.
Most Danish institutions have bilateral agreements with foreign institutions of higher education. These agreements are usually designed for mutual exchange of students, researchers and teachers.
Danish higher education institutions (universities only) receive a limited number of government scholarships each year to fund highly qualified full-degree students from non-EU/EEA countries and Switzerland.
Focus Scholarship: Bachelor, Master and Doctoral
Scholarship Coverage: Full and partial scholarship
Danish higher education institutions receive government scholarships each year to fund excellence full-degree students from non-EU/EEA countries and Switzerland. The scholarships are fully taking care by the Danish institutions of higher education, which conducted the selection process and decides which students will receive a scholarship. The government scholarship consists of two parts and can be given as full or partial tuition fee waivers and/or grants towards covering your living costs. For further information about the government scholarship, please consult the admission details of your targeted higher education institution.
Taking a PhD degree means you must spend at least four years doing research and writing a dissertation. During these four years, PhD candidates work closely with their supervisors. PhD is not regarded as a study, but serious research and PhD candidates are often in working condition with salary. The following list is the vacant researcher positions at the top listed Danish universities. For more information please access the official website of the university: