Fulbright Denmark has joint forces with some of the best schools in the U.S. to offer excellent joint grants for Danish graduate and PhD-students.

Fulbright Joint Grants

Columbia University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Fulbright grant of DK 85,000 + Tuition reduction of DKK 85,000

New York University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences

Fulbright grant of DKK 85,000 + Tuition waiver for the first year

The University of Chicago, Division of Physical Sciences

Fulbright grant of DKK 85,000 + Special tuition of only USD 21,800 for Master’s degree or USD 3,170 per quarter for non-degree studies

University of Pittsburgh, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

Fulbright grant of DKK 85,000 + Tuition reduction of USD 6,500

How

The application process is the same as the core Fulbright Student Grant.
Please note on the Cover Sheet if you are applying for a Joint Grant.

In addition to the Fulbright grant application, applicants must also apply at the U.S. university.

Eligibility

Columbia University

- Master’s or PhD-student
- Only studies at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Not included: School of Journalism

New York University

- Master’s or PhD degree-seeking student
- Only studies at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
Not included: Stern School of Business, Cinema Studies, Performance Studies, Environmental Health Science, Basic Medical Science and Biomaterials Science

The University of Chicago

- Master’s student – degree-seeking or non-degree for a year
- Only studies at Division of the Physical Sciences
- Following the first year, qualified students may have the opportunity
to be accepted into a PhD-program (tuition waived)

University of Pittsburgh

- Master’s or PhD student for one year or degree within international
relations/affairs/studies
- Only studies at Graduate School of Public and International Affairs

Explore the universities