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Why study in Denmark?

Madeline Hoey is currently studying at the University of Copenhagen through the Fulbright U.S.…

Arrival Orientation 2019

On August 29th and 30th 2019, Fulbright Denmark welcomed eight American students and two American…

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Fulbrighter Joachim Wiewiura went to USA to research at MIT's Media Lab’s Center for Civic Media…

Solar Energy and Peacock Spiders

Fulbrighter Nikolaj Mandsberg has helped research how the super black color of a peacock spider can…

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Fulbright Specialist

A unique opportunity for institutions abroad to host a leading U.S. academic or established professional to work on diverse, short-term collaborative projects ranging from two to six weeks in length. The goal of the Specialist program is to develop and promote long-term academic and professional linkages between individuals and institutions in Denmark and the U.S.

Memorial Hall, Harvard University USA

Crown Prince Frederik Fund

In 1993, the Danish Crown Prince Frederik studied at Harvard University and turned 25 years old; as a gift to the Crown Prince, Danish-Americans established the Crown Prince Frederik Fund.

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Why did you choose to study in Denmark?

The Fulbright program aims to bring a little more knowledge, a little more reason, and a little more compassion into world affairs.

— Senator J. William Fulbright