Spend a semester in Denmark

Spend a
semester in
VELUX Scholarship Programme
The scholarship programme is for talented, but financially disadvantaged
young people (full-time university students at undergraduate level study
programmes) from Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary, Romania
and Bulgaria
The students will be given the opportunity to enroll at the International
Business Academy (IBA) or Copenhagen School of Design and Technology
(KEA) for one semester
The project is funded by the VELUX Foundations
What does the scholarship offer?
 5.486 DKK (app. 730 EUR) per month
 3.000 DKK (app. 400 EUR) travel support
 Free tuition
 Free books (can be borrowed from the IBA/KEA library)
…and lot more 
Host institutions in Denmark
Study programmes at the IBA
Study programmes at KEA
What are the requirements?
You can apply if:
 You are a full-time undergraduate student at one of the partner
 You have social/financial disadvantageous background
 Your current study is relevant to one of the study programmes at the
 You have good academic results/qualifications
 You have good English skills (both oral and written)
How to apply?
If you meet the above mentioned criteria and wish to apply, you have to send
the following documents to the international office at your university:
Completed application form (with photo)
Transcript of records (from your current study programme)
Documentation of your financial status
Recommendation letters from your teachers
English language exam (if you have any)
Other relevant documentation to proove academic, social and financial
Application deadlines
Autumn 2014 semester: April 15, 2014
Spring 2015 semester:
November 15, 2014
”My experience in Denmark helped me to see education in a
different light. Gaining skills can be achieved through
practical learning here, and is available to anyone who is
willing to be open-minded, prepared to think and responds
well to be being inspired. In an environment with dedicated
teachers, a diverse student community and friendly
surroundings, I experienced a different way of learning. The
possibilities seemed limitless! It was a prespective-changing
semester, in so many ways!”
Mátyás Hulik, Hungary
For more details:
or contact:
Ildikó Antal
[email protected]

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