Our Partners

To reach our goal of helping Nordic students pursue studies abroad, we collaborate with various companies and organisations who support and share our vision. For more information about our partners, please click their logos. If you are interested in understanding partnership opportunities, we welcome you to send us an email.

Companies

PwC is the second largest professional services network in the world and ranked as the most prestigious accounting firm in the world for seven consecutive years. We are very proud to have PwC as our preferred partner, and thankful for generously providing the location as well as food and drink to facilitate NSAC Conference. PwC also awards the PwC Talent Scholarship to an ambitious and talented NSAC Conference participant who will be studying abroad.

PwC is the second largest professional services network in the world and ranked as the most prestigious accounting firm in the world for seven consecutive years. We are very proud to have PwC as our preferred partner, and thankful for generously providing the location as well as food and drink to facilitate NSAC Conference. PwC also awards the PwC Talent Scholarship to an ambitious and talented NSAC Conference participant who will be studying abroad.

Legatbogen.dk is a free search engine for Danish foundations and scholarships that in addition helps connect applicants to the right foundations and vice versa. Legatbogen sponsors their book on how to apply for scholarships to a set number of participants at NSAC Conference as well as NSAC Workshop: Applying and Competing for Scholarships.

Legatbogen.dk is a free search engine for Danish foundations and scholarships that in addition helps connect applicants to the right foundations and vice versa. Legatbogen sponsors their book on how to apply for scholarships to a set number of participants at NSAC Conference as well as NSAC Workshop: Applying and Competing for Scholarships.

After the annual conference, Generator - a vibrant hostel and bar in the centre of Copenhagen - sets the scene for a cozy afterparty.

After the annual conference, Generator - a vibrant hostel and bar in the centre of Copenhagen - sets the scene for a cozy afterparty.

 
Slido develops tools for real-time audience interaction and provide us software to help us facilitate the workshops.

Slido develops tools for real-time audience interaction and provide us software to help us facilitate the workshops.

Zenbu are experts in optimizing social media presence and provide us tools to target our online outreach efficiently.

Zenbu are experts in optimizing social media presence and provide us tools to target our online outreach efficiently.

Laudrup Vin & Gastronomi sponsors the quality wines to the speakers presenting at NSAC Conference.

Laudrup Vin & Gastronomi sponsors the quality wines to the speakers presenting at NSAC Conference.

 

Organisations

Danish Students Abroad is a non-profit organisation that fights for students' rights before, during and after their studies in a foreign country. DSA works in two areas: One of them is to politically speak the case of students studying abroad and the other is to advise the students individually about studying abroad. Through their work, DSA aims to raise awareness of the resource that students studying abroad represent in the form of their international experience and competences.

Danish Students Abroad is a non-profit organisation that fights for students' rights before, during and after their studies in a foreign country. DSA works in two areas: One of them is to politically speak the case of students studying abroad and the other is to advise the students individually about studying abroad. Through their work, DSA aims to raise awareness of the resource that students studying abroad represent in the form of their international experience and competences.

Project Access is a non-profit network of students striving to level the playing field in the admissions process to the world’s best universities. Pop by their website for the best admissions tips out there and get a mentor that can help you with every aspect of your application to your dream university - all completely free of charge, of course.

Project Access is a non-profit network of students striving to level the playing field in the admissions process to the world’s best universities. Pop by their website for the best admissions tips out there and get a mentor that can help you with every aspect of your application to your dream university - all completely free of charge, of course.

StudyAdvantage is a community of current and former students abroad, working towards a singular mission: inspiring and enabling more students to explore global education. They believe the globalization of education is a positive trend – widening students’ perspectives while building social and economic bridges between nations – and they want to help drive this trend through their web portal of student blogs, application guides and university databases.

StudyAdvantage is a community of current and former students abroad, working towards a singular mission: inspiring and enabling more students to explore global education. They believe the globalization of education is a positive trend – widening students’ perspectives while building social and economic bridges between nations – and they want to help drive this trend through their web portal of student blogs, application guides and university databases.

The Denmark-America Foundation is a private foundation established in 1914 and financially supported by the Danish business world and other foundations. The Danish-American Fulbright Commission is based on a bi-national treaty from 1951 between the Danish and the American state. Their aim is to foster cultural understanding between Denmark and the USA through educational exchange and they can help Danish students by offering grants for studies in the USA and by advising anyone interested in studies in the USA for free.

The Denmark-America Foundation is a private foundation established in 1914 and financially supported by the Danish business world and other foundations. The Danish-American Fulbright Commission is based on a bi-national treaty from 1951 between the Danish and the American state. Their aim is to foster cultural understanding between Denmark and the USA through educational exchange and they can help Danish students by offering grants for studies in the USA and by advising anyone interested in studies in the USA for free.