If you are studying for a degree at a Danish educational institution, you are able to take your SU with you during periods of studying abroad. You must then update your residence condition. REMEMBER to submit a copy of your preliminary approval and letter of admission/internship agreement to the Danish Students’ Grants and Loans Scheme Office. Read more about Scholarships for study abroad.
If you are going to study abroad, in addition to your SU you can apply for a study abroad scholarship for up to two years. The scholarship covers the tuition fees/study fees either in part or in full for some foreign study programmes. You can apply for the study abroad scholarship for a period of study or entire degree programmes at Master’s degree level abroad starting on 1 July 2008 or later. Thus, you can apply for a study abroad scholarship for a study abroad period on a Bachelor’s degree programme which you have already started, but the study abroad period must not start until 1 July 2008 or later.
You can receive a study abroad scholarship for foreign higher education degree programmes for which tuition fees/study fees are payable.
You can apply for a scholarship for:
To receive a study abroad scholarship, you must be admitted to a foreign study programme. You must submit the application yourself as admission is independent of your application for a study abroad scholarship. In addition, you also need to have paid a tuition fee/study fee to receive a study abroad scholarship.
Please note that there are different rules for study abroad periods and full degree programmes at Master’s degree level.
Please also note that the deadline for applying for a study abroad scholarship is the last day of the period for which you are applying for a study abroad scholarship.
It usually takes six to eight weeks for your application to be processed.
For further information about study abroad scholarships, visit su.dk.
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