Scholarships and loans - by country

The following list contains scholarship opportunities for prospective students from specific countries. Prospective students may also have an opportunity to fund their education through a home-country loan programme, also listed below. For enquiries, please contact the respective institutions.

Please note that the list is by no means exhausted, and there are many institutions and foundations offering scholarships, awards, and loans. You can, for example, use scholarship databases in your search for funding.














Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation
Scholarships are granted to high achieving students of Indian citizenship with an undergraduate degree, who pursue postgraduate studies at a highly ranked university abroad. Tuition fees, living expenses and one-way travel are covered by the scholarship.

JN Tata Endowment Loan Scholarships
The J. N. Tata Endowment awards a one-time loan scholarship only at the beginning of the course to Indian nationals for full time Postgraduate/Ph.D./Postdoctoral studies abroad, in all fields, irrespective of caste, creed, gender or community. Visit the website for more information on repayment of the loan, deadlines and application process.

Lady Meherbai D. Tata Education Trust Scholarships
The scholarship is granted to female Indian graduates who have studied at a recognized Indian university and who wish to continue their education at a recognized university abroad (including EU). It is possible to apply while still awaiting admission to the desired programme.

















Jean Monnet Scholarship Programme
The Jean Monnet Scholarship Programme supports academic studies at graduate level. Scholarships are granted exclusively for academic studies directly related to Turkey’s EU harmonisation process and the EU acquis. Visit the website for more information about deadline, application and eligibility.



Fulbright Commission
American citizens can apply for a scholarship awarded by the Fulbright Commission. Applications will be considered for all graduate degree levels and in all fields of study.

The American-Scandinavian Foundation
The American-Scandinavian Foundation (ASF) in New York City offers a range of fellowships, grants and scholarships for US students to study or do research in Scandinavia.

Federal Student Loans – Title IV
The University of Copenhagen is no longer participating in the Title IV Loan Program.

Private Lenders

Many private lenders base their policy on the school being certified for the Title IV Loan Program. Make sure to ask if this is the case, so that you do not falsely rely on a lender that is not independent of Title IV certification by the school.

Veteran Aid – VA
The University of Copenhagen is no longer servicing Veteran Aid. The university’s programmes are not being certified, nor is the university able to receive funds on your behalf. This means that you will not be able to use VA funds for your studies at UCPH.