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    Hello!

    I have just applied for a Masters programme at Copenhagen University for September 2016. Its great there are no tuition fees in Denmark but I don't have any money to pay for my rent/other living costs while I study. I would ideally get a part-time job to pay for this but I'm worried I wouldn't be able to cover everything with the number of hours I could work. Also I don't speak Danish (yet). Has anyone heard of any scholarships or grants (no loans pls) for Eu citizens wanting to study full time in Denmark??

    Any help much appreciated!!

    Thanks,
    Alice
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    No, I've not heard of any. Check with the university, or any learned societies in your subject, but don't bank on it.
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    Hey, in a similar position to OP, been offered a place at copenhagen for a masters and was wondering what is the best thing to do to bridge the finance gap between getting there and getting a job and SU? anyone who has experienced this please let me know!
 
 
 
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