Aarhus University administers a limited number of scholarships financed by the Danish state for highly qualified non-EU/EEA/Swiss applicants admitted to two-year Master’s degree programmes.
The four faculties will set their own individual priorities regarding their specific priorities with a view to geographical or other priorities:
The scholarships are awarded on the basis of the following criteria:
Please note that the number of scholarships/tuition waivers is usually very limited.
Only very highly qualified applicants can be nominated for a tuition waiver/scholarship, but unfortunately, not all very highly qualified students can be nominated for a scholarship/tuition waiver due to the limited number of scholarships available.
Applicants to Bachelor's degree programmes are not eligible for tuition waivers/scholarships.
Aarhus University offers no programme specific scholarships for summer admission 2017.
Russian applicants who are admitted to Aarhus University as Master's students within selected subject areas may have the possibility of applying for a scholarship with the Russian federal "Global Education Programme" (GEP). More information is available on the GEP website.
Indonesian applicants who are admitted to Aarhus University as Master's students within selected subject areas may have the possibility of applying for a scholarship with the Indonesian "LPDP Beasiswa" programme funded by the Indonesian government and administered by the Indonesian National Education Development Fund. More information is available on the LPDP website.
Aarhus University is registered with the Canadian tax authorities and accordingly we accept students with Canadian loan schemes.
Aarhus University participates in the Direct Loan Program. American students enrolled in a degree-granting programme at Aarhus University are eligible to apply for US Federal loans through the Direct Loan Program. Find more information here.
Mexican applicants admitted to Aarhus University as Master's students within selected subject areas within the field of humanities may obtain a reduced tuition fee rate at Aarhus University and apply for student loan with the Mexican “Fund for Human Resource Development” (FIDERH). Read more about the loan-tuition fee agreement. Further information is available on the FIDERH website.