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Study in Denmark

Danish higher education has a long academic tradition that combines excellence with a dynamic and innovative culture in research as well as in teaching methods and learning environments.

 

High academic standards, active study environments, interdisciplinary studies and project-based activities are some of the characteristics of studying in Denmark.

The Danish higher education institutions are internationally oriented and offer a large selection of quality degree programmes and individual courses taught in English.

For further information about studying in Denmark, study options for international students and study programmes in English, please visit: www.studyindenmark.dk

For a list of all Danish universities with links to each university’s homepage, so you can find more detailed information about each one, please visit: 

www.dkuni.dk/English/The-Danish-Universities

 

If you wish to study at a Danish university as a non-EU citizen, you must have a residence permit. For information about how to apply for a Danish residence permit as a student, please visit: www.newtodenmark.dk. Here you can also find the necessary application forms and a full list of the documents you need to send with your application.

Danish Government Scholarships for Israeli Nationals.
 
In accordance with the Cultural Agreement Programme between Denmark and Israel, the following scholarships are available for students from Israel:

  • 2 scholarships of 9 months' duration for younger postgraduate students.  
  • 3 scholarships for participation in summer courses in Danish language of 3 weeks' duration during August, one of the grants is for a teacher from Danmarksskolen in Israel.

For further information about Danish government scholarships for nationals from Israel, please visit the website of the Danish Agency for International Education: www.iu.dk

The Danish-Israeli Study Foundation in Memory of Josef and Regine Nachemson

The purpose of the foundation is to grant scholarships to Danish students for studies at universities and other institutions of higher education in Israel, and to Israeli students for studies at universities or other institutions of higher education in Denmark.

Application from a Danish citizen with permanent residence in Israel, referring to studies in Israel or in Denmark, cannot be accepted as the object of the Foundation is exchange of Israeli students. Application from an Israeli citizen with permanent residence in Denmark referring to studies in Israel is also excluded.

For application form in English or in Danish and further information about The Danish-Israeli Study Foundation, please contact:

Director Carsten R. Christensen
Ny Vestergade 17
DK-1471 Copenhagen K
Tel. +45 33127913
Fax +45 33930313

CONTACT

Ms. Mia Arlien-Søborg Levy

PA to the Ambassador/Cultural Affairs

E-mail: mialev@um.dk