Study Subject: Climate Change (see below)
Scholarship Level: Postgraduate (masters, research)
Scholarship Provider: Government of Denmark
Scholarships can be taken at: Denmark
Denmark offers a number of full scholarships for students wishing to go into studies concerning 'climate change'. Climate change is one of the major challenges that our world faces today.
In December 2009, Denmark will host the United Nations Climate Change Summit. To emphasise the importance of sustainable climate solutions, the Danish government is now launching the 'COP15 Climate Scholarship' for highly qualified students.
In line with the overall aim of securing a climate friendly Climate Conference, the Danish Government has decided not to give any gifts or conference-kits for COP15 participants.
The resources saved is instead used to create the ‘COP15 Climate Scholarship', which gives a number of international students the opportunity to pursue a masters degree within climate change studies at a university in Denmark.
Highly qualified students in the area of climate change
Any university in Denmark
Fields of study
A range of excellent two-years Master's programmes, including MSc programmes in wind energy, environmental engineering or sustainable energy planning.
The following master programmes are available under the scholarship programme.
The scholarships, which cover both tuition fees and living expenses, are made available for a range of excellent two-years Master's programmes, including MSc programmes in wind energy, environmental engineering or sustainable energy planning.
How to apply
Applications are made directly to the university. When you apply for a masters programme, you should indicate your interest in applying for the COP15 Climate Scholarship.
Some students will be selected by their university to undertake field work in Greenland. For discussing climate change, please visit my.studyindenmark.dk. Learn more about the United Nations Climate Change Conference
Open to International students: Yes
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