Scholarship for students breaking the mold
- Master, Bachelor
- 5000 DKK
- October 31, 2019
A person breaking the mold is a person that is breaking with his or her social heritage and is following another pattern than what would be expected. Thus it is a person not following the linear pattern of his or her background.
For instance it could be a person who breaks free from a stressful childhood and creates a better life for him- or herself. Another example could be a person choosing to follow a totally different path compared to the rest of that person's family. Thus, it can be any person breaking through any given limitations or set social patterns.
We at Lånio.dk want to support and encourage young people to have unbridled ambition. We want to honor tenacity, purposefulness, and a strong belief in the future. We are happy to announce our scholarship of 5,000 DKK to support a dedicated nordic student that is breaking the mold.
These are the prerequisites that must be met to be eligible for the scholarship. The scholarship is open to students from all nordic countries: Denmark, Greenland, Faroe Islands, Finland, Iceland, Norway or Sweden.
You don’t have to be studying in one of the above mentioned countries, which means that you are also eligible if you are a nordic student studying abroad. Furthermore, the student must be at least 18 years old to eligible.
All applicants are required to indicate their acceptance through the consent form and send it along with their application. Finally, please note that the application deadline is 31st October 2019 midnight UTC (+01:00). The winner is to be announced at the latest on 2nd December 2019.
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Awarded 5000 DKK (669 euro) to be spend how ever the student like.
The application should include the documentation mentioned below. All documents must be submitted via email at email@example.com. The subject line must contain “Scholarship Application + ”Your name”. Remember to fill out the consent form.
- Transcripts or similar proof that the application is currently enrolled at an accredited educational institution
- Curriculum Vitae or resumé
- A motivation letter answering "How are you breaking the mold?" and "Why do you think you deserve the scholarship?" + consent form
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