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The Anglo-Danish Society

THE ANGLO-DANISH SCHOLARSHIPS - ACADEMIC YEAR 2001-02

The Anglo-Danish Society invites applications from postgraduates of either:

(a) Danish nationality for scholarships tenable at universities in the United Kingdom, or other approved institution, candidates' first degree should be from a Danish University. (In all cases preference will be given to applicants who have either embarked on postgraduate research leading to a higher degree, normally a Ph.D., or who are assured of being able to do so in the academic year following the submission of their application); or
(b) British nationality for scholarships tenable at Copenhagen, Aarhus or Odense universities or other approved institutions.

The Scholarships, which are intended only to be a supplement to students' own income, will run for a period of up to six months from the beginning of the next academic year, or such other date as might be approved. Each is valued at £200 per month. Study and residential arrangements are the responsibility of the student. Successful applicants will be required to submit a report on the work undertaken to the Society.

Application forms are available from the Secretary of the Anglo-Danish Society, 'Danewood', 4 Daleside, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, SL9 7JF, England (tel. 01753 884846), between 1 October and 31 December 2000. The closing date for acceptance is 12 January 2001. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope or International Reply Coupon.

THE DENMARK LIBERATION SCHOLARSHIPS - ACADEMIC YEAR 2001-02

The Anglo-Danish Society invites applications from graduates of British nationality for scholarships tenable at Copenhagen, Aarhus, or Odense Universities, or other approved institution.

The candidate should spend a minimum of six months in Denmark from the beginning of the next academic year or such other date as might be approved.

There is one major scholarship for a mid-career applicant to the value of £9,000 and other scholarships to the value of £6,000 each. Study and residential arrangements are the responsibility of the student.

Successful applicants will be required to submit a report on the work undertaken to the Society.

Application forms are available from the Secretary of the Anglo-Danish Society, 'Danewood', 4 Daleside, Gerrards Cross, Bucks, SL9 7JF, England (tel. 01753 884846), between 1 October and 31 December 2001. The closing date for acceptance is 12 January 2001. Please enclose a stamped addressed envelope or International Reply Coupon.


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Cambridge University Reporter Special, 9 November 2000
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