TTS Grants to Danish Students

Thanks To Scandinavia (TTS) was established by Danish entertainer Victor Borge and American lawyer Richard Netter in 1963 as a thank you to the Scandinavian countries for their help in aiding Jews during World War II.

TTS awards a number of scholarships to students and researchers from Scandinavia and Bulgaria for studies in the US. Each year, three scholarships are awarded to Danish graduate students. Read more about TTS on their website.

Available Scholarships

  • 2 Scholarships for a Master’s degree
  • 1 Victor Borge Music Scholarship

How

Scholarships can only be applied for the following academic year.

Applicants should check the eligibility requirements below and apply following the core Fulbright student grant application form. Please note on the Cover Sheet that you are applying for a TTS grant.

Application decisions will be made in May/June – Scholarships will be awarded in the U.S. after arrival.

Please note, the Fulbright Center does not administer the TTS ‘Scholarships at Specific Universities’. Read more about these here.

Victor Borge

Eligibility

General for both Scholarships

  • The scholarships must be used on tuition or tuition-related expenses, e.g. books and university-related fees. The scholarships are paid in the U.S. and in USD
  • For the Victor Borge Music Scholarship, applicants must study within an academic field related to music. Students within Performance Music, Composition and Conducting will be preferred
  • The scholarships can only be applied for a full Master’s degree, but the scholarships only cover one year
  • Applicants must have Danish citizenship and cannot have dual Danish-American citizenship or an American ‘Green card’
  • Applicants must be accepted through general graduate admission
  • If you are doing a Double Degree in the U.S. and another country, the first year must be in the U.S.

You cannot apply if

  • You are going on an exchange agreement and will not pay tuition
  • You are applying through continuing education, extension service, lifelong learning institute, MOOCS etc.
  • You have already commenced your studies in the U.S.
  • You want to study undergraduate studies in the U.S.
  • You will study an LL.M. or an MBA
  • You are going to the U.S. before August
  • You have recently had had a longer stay in the U.S.
    Please contact us, if you have lived or studied in the U.S. and think it might affect your chances of applying

Meet the grantees

DanielAl-Saif

Human Rights Law in the Middle East at
Columbia University (22/23)

EliA Làva

Composition of Contemporary Classical Music at
New York University (22/23)