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The Anglo-Danish Society

THE ANGLO-DANISH SCHOLARSHIPS - ACADEMICAL YEAR 2009-10

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

(a) Danish nationality for scholarships tenable at universities or other approved institution in the United Kingdom. Candidates' first degree should be from a Danish University; or
(b) British nationality for scholarships tenable at Copenhagen, Aarhus or Odense universities or other approved institution in Denmark. Applicants should either have embarked on postgraduate research leading to a higher degree, or be assured of being able to do so in the academical year indicated above.

In addition to its own scholarships The Anglo-Danish Society administers the OVE ARUP FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP is specifically for study subjects related to the 'built environment' such as architecture, engineering, mathematics, physics and chemistry.

There are no restrictions as to the subject of study (other than as specified for the Ove Arup Foundation Award).

Scholarships are intended to be only a supplement to students' other income and will run for a period of up to six months from the beginning of the next academical year or such other date as may be approved. The minimum value is £1,500 per grant.

All applicants are requested to submit a budget for their study period.

Successful applicants are requested to submit a short report to the Society on the work undertaken during the period of study.

Academic and residential arrangements are the responsibility of the student.

Application forms are available from the Administrator of the Anglo-Danish Society, Mrs Margit Staehr, 6 Keats Avenue, Littleover, Derby, DE23 4ED, England (tel. +44 1332 517 160, email scholarships@anglo-danishsociety.org.uk) between 1 October and 1 February 2009. Closing date for the return of completed applications is 1 March 2009.


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Cambridge University Reporter 07 November 2008
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