Erasmus+ is the EU programme for education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020.The Erasmus+ programme aims to boost skills and employability, as well as modernising Education, Training, and Youth work. The seven year programme will have a budget of €14.7 billion; a 40% increase compared to current spending levels, reflecting the EU's commitment to investing in these areas.
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The Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science is in charge of Erasmus+ in Denmark. On their website, you will find relevant information on all Erasmus+ programmes. Please note, however, that these pages are in Danish.
If you are studying through an exchange agreement or as a visiting student, the possibility of obtaining financial assistance will depend on your home institution and the chosen exchange agreement.
Denmark offers some grants, scholarships or tuition fee waivers for international students wanting to study in Denmark.
Nordplus is the Nordic Council of Ministers' education and training programme, consisting of five sub-programmes that are aimed at different target groups from schooling to higher education. The programme funds mobility, projects and network activities and is open to institutions, organisations and others whose main purpose is education and lifelong learning, or who work within this area.
Nordplus covers the five Nordic countries, including the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland, as...
The State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme (SU) is the Danish students' Grants and Loans Scheme. Read more on SU's website.
Danish higher education institutions offer a range of opportunities for international students. More than 500 programmes are taught in English - all internationally recognised and of high quality.
Higher education in Denmark is free for students from the EU/EEA and for students participating in an exchange programme. For other students annual tuition range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro. A number of scholarships and grants are available from the institutions and from public funded schemes