Copenhagen the capital of Denmark, is often called the Paris of the North. Denmark has a well developed modern welfare system. The country is experiencing a steady growing number of exchange students. The IT University of Copenhagen is offering state scholarships to exceptionally talented MSc applicants (full-degree students) from outside EU and EEA every year. Students from countries outside the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) are charged tuition fees at the IT University.
The IT University of Copenhagen is a Danish globally oriented, independent university. The IT University of Copenhagen was established in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1999. At that time, it was – in Danish – called “IT-højskolen”. In 2003, when a new Danish University Law was passed, the IT University was officially appointed a University, the twelfth and smallest university in Denmark, and therefore changed its name to the IT University of Copenhagen.
Note that students from countries within the EU/EEA, those on bilateral exchange programmes (e.g. Erasmus), US students with a Fulbright scholarship, and those who started studying in January 2006 or earlier are NOT charged tuition fees at the IT University.
To be eligible for the scholarship, you must be from a country outside the EU and EEA. You must be admitted to a full time MSc Programme at IT University of Copenhagen. Remember to apply for admission into the MSc programme before the announced deadline.
The scholarships will be offered to the applicants who achieve the best scores according to the criteria in the admission rules of the university.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s degree or the like, and must have English level corresponding to the Danish B level. More on English proficiency and language test can be found on the official website.
Aside the general admissions requirements, some programmes have specific requirements for applicants to be admitted. See the official website (link to it is below) for complete information regarding this.
Citizens of ALL countries (EXCEPT EU and EEA countries)
IT University of Copenhagen (ITU); Copenhagen; Denmark
Fields of study
Any full-time MSc Programme offered at the University. Please see complete list of MSc programmes at IT University of Copenhagen.
Number of awards
Three or four applicants from outside EU and EEA will be sponsored every year
It covers tuition fee for the whole duration of your MSc studies – two years full study
The state scholarships consist of free tuition and partial covering of living expenses
Method of Application
Applicants cannot apply for the scholarships. The IT University considers all admitted MSc students for the scholarships and informs the students chosen for the scholarships in their letter of admission. Therefore, you must apply for admissions to be considered for the scholarship.
You apply for the Master of Science programme online. You must also upload all your documentation in the online application system. It is your responsibility that you enter the system correctly and send your application before the deadline. You will receive a confirmation that the IT University has received your application.
It is important to read the guide to login, and also to visit the official website (link to it is below) for complete information on how to apply for admission into IT University of Copenhagen, and thus, for this scholarship.
You will be notified as an EU/EAA applicant by the 10th of June; or as a non-EU/EAA applicant by 1st of June.
If you receive a scholarship, you will have to follow and pass full time studies.
Application Deadline: 1st March, 2018
Open to International Applicants