Interested in studies in the U.S.?

In addition to Fulbright Denmark’s own grants and the ones we administer, we also have knowledge of a number of other scholarships and programs for study and research in the United States.

We do not administer these grants, and you will most often have to contact the university or the fund behind the grants for further information.

Fulbright Denmark reserves the right to make any changes to the content, university and amount. 

Explore the grants

The American Women’s Club awards a scholarship to Danish women every three years. For more information about the application deadline, etc., please contact American Women’s Club.

Note: You apply directly through the American Women’s Club.

Colby College offers applications for first-year admission from students with Danish citizenship. Successful applicants are eligible for an endowed scholarship offered by the Oak Foundation and Colby College that will meet one hundred percent of demonstrated financial need.

For further information, please contact:

Scott Alexander, Director of International Admissions

Note: You apply directly through the university.

Fordham Law School, offers the Master of Laws degree in seven fields that are at the cutting edge of the global practice of law in the 21st Century.

Each year, one student from Denmark will receive a scholarship to cover 40% of the one-year full-time Master of Laws Program.

In order to qualify for the scholarship, please note in your application that you learned about the opportunity through Fulbright Denmark.

For more information on application deadlines and procedures, please visit the Fordham LL.M. admissions page.

Note: You apply directly through the university.

The fellowship welcomes applications from qualified international practitioners. Diversity is a very important consideration for the Fellowship on many levels. Applications are encouraged from men and women, people of color, and those with both typical and atypical career paths.

Loeb Fellows are accomplished, mid-career professionals who have been engaged in their field for a minimum of five years, have compiled a record of exemplary work, and have been identified as leaders by their peers.

Read more.

Note: You apply directly through the university.

Each year, the Nieman Foundation awards paid fellowships to up to 24 journalists working in print, broadcast, digital and audiovisual media. Journalists and other professionals working in positions that support journalism, such as the business or technology departments of news companies, are welcome to apply for one of the foundation’s short-term Visiting Fellowships.

During their time at Harvard, Nieman Fellows attend seminars, shop talks, master classes and journalism conferences designed to strengthen their professional skills and leadership capabilities, thereby helping to fortify the news industry itself. With the knowledge they gain on campus and the relationships they build, fellows often return to work as journalism entrepreneurs, industry innovators and top managers in their newsrooms.

For more information, please visit the Nieman Foundation.

Note: You apply directly through the university.

The Vermont Studio Center (VSC) is an international creative community committed to offering artists and writers the environment they need to best focus on their work. VSC’s international fellowship fund has brought artists and writers to the Studio Center from 96 countries. Our thirty-building campus offers 60 artists and writers per month the luxury of distraction-free working time and space, as well as the companionship of creative peers and the inspiration of distinguished mentors. The $3,750 fee covers the cost of a month-long residency which includes: housing, 3 meals daily, studio space, readings, slide talks, gallery exhibits and one-on-one conferences with distinguished visiting artist and writers.

Learn more about the fellowships and financial aid offerings,

Note: You apply directly through the university.

For over 60 years, the Brittingham Viking Organization has provided Scandinavian students with scholarships for studies at University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA and American students from University of Wisconsin-Madison with scholarships to study in Scandinavia. Recipients of the scholarship, the Vikings, have a strong alumni network and BVO scholars of today can be found in top positions in business, education, politics and government in the Nordic countries as well as in the U.S.

Learn more about The Brittingham Viking Organization.

Contact BVO for additional information.

Note: You apply directly through BVO.

The Edith and Arnold N. Bodtker Grant for Research and Internship (henceforth referred to as “Bodtker Grant”) was created in 1998 to provide stipends of up to $5,000 for students interested in studying and researching topics related to Danish immigration to North America and Danish American and Danish Canadian culture. The Bodtker Grant is for research and internship in the Danish American Archive and Library in Blair, Nebraska, the Danish American Archive at Grand View University in Des Moines, Iowa, the Museum of Danish America in Elk Horn, Iowa, or elsewhere in North America. North American students interested in similar, appropriate topics may apply for a Bodtker Grant for research in Denmark.

Proposals for grant projects, as well as a proposed budget, and least two letter of reference should be submitted by April 15 or September 15 to Egon Bodtker, President, Danish American Heritage Society, 925 15th St. NE, Salem, OR 97301, USA. Results of the competition will be announced by May 20 and October 20.

Note: You apply directly through DAHS.

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