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The Ramboll Scholarship is granted by Ramboll in Denmark, and award winners will be revealed at our Student Day events which take place in Copenhagen on 9 May and in Aarhus on 10 May 2017.

Applying for a Ramboll Scholarship can be your first big step towards an international career. To give highly talented students a chance to study abroad, we award three scholarships every year, each valued DKK 25,000 (currently about $3,570 USD).

(Source: student.ramboll.com)

Application: from 15 February to 17 April 2017

Field of Study
You are studying Engineering, Natural Science, Political Science, Economics or Architecture.

Other regulations:

  • You are going to study abroad outside of Denmark
  • You are a Diploma Engineer on semester 4 – 7 or studying on a Master’s level
  • You agree to send Ramboll two travel updates during your stay abroad (a photo and 10 – 15 lines of text or a small video).

 

How to Apply

You must apply online by April 17, 2017.  Applications sent by postal mail or email will not be accepted.

Level of Study: Scholarships are awarded to those who are Diploma Engineer on semester 4 – 7 or studying for master’s degrees.

Link to Online Application:  Ramboll Scholarship 2017 

Documents for applications:

  • Motivated application in English (your motivations for studying abroad with the Ramboll Scholarship)
  • Curriculum Vitae in English
  • A budget for your study abroad providing a full overview of income and expenses related to your stay
  • Diploma or complete grade transcript
  • Documentation of acceptance to your host university and starting date
  • Documentation that the courses you plan to enroll in award credit at your home university
  • Statements from professors or other relevant references if available.

Please contact Ramboll company at [email protected] for further details.   International students can apply for this scholarship, too.

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