Finduddannelse.dk is a Danish platform for lifelong learning. We believe that the students of today, through their research and future job placements can help shape the world of tomorrow in a positive way - and we want to help them on their way! The scholarship will be awarded to a student studying a masters or will start studying a master. It is open to people from all over the world who want to study a master's program that is helping you make the world more sustainable. We believe in making the world a more sustainable place and we want to help others who share our dream.
Finduddannelse Sustainability Scholarship
- Scholarship of up to €5000
- 22 September 2022
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)
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The Finduddannelse are offering a scholarship of up to €5000 to help cover your tuition fees and get you one step closer to your, hopefully, world-changing vocation.
The application consists of: • Filling out the short form • Name, age, nationality • Country of origin, chosen university and study • Former education and experience • Submitting a short essay (500-700 words) on the 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? You may be asked to provide: • Proof of acceptance in the form of a copy of your acceptance letter • Proof of undergraduate qualification in the form of a copy of your transcript • Proof of identity in the form of a copy of your passport.