2021/2022 finduddannelse.dk Sustainability Scholarship
Deadline: 22 September 2022
Study in: Any Country
Course starts Fall 2023
finduddannelse.dk, a Danish platform for lifelong learning, is offering a Sustainability Scholarship to students from around the world who have applied (or will apply) for a Masters program that can help them make the world more sustainable. The Masters program in sustainability could be taught in any language, and in any part of the world.
The scholarship will be awarded for the fall/autumn semester of 2023.
Any university around the world
Level/Field(s) of study:
Masters degree related to Sustainability
Number of Scholarships:
International students from around the world
The scholarship award is up to €5000 to help cover tuition fees.
To apply for this scholarship:
- • You must have been accepted or applied to a master’s program that can help you make the world more sustainable
- • You must have started, been accepted or have applied for a program that starts at the latest in January 2023.
- • The degree program may not be online
- • You must meet the entry requirements for the university or graduate school, including:
- • Hold a valid undergraduate degree
- • Meet language requirements for the program
- • You must hold or be eligible to apply for a relevant study visa (if applicable)
To be considered, you must submit your completed application by 22 September 2022. Applications must be submitted in English or Danish. In the application, you have to submit a short essay (500-700 words) on the following questions:
• What motivated you to choose this particular study program?
• How is your program going to help you fight/alleviate the impact of the climate change?
• Overall, how do you think education and the fight against climate change are connected?
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Official Scholarship Website: https://www.finduddannelse.dk/scholarship/finduddannelsedk-sustainability-scholarship-17947