All too often Nordic students fail to go abroad not because of lack of talent or ambition, but because they don't have the necessary insight into the complicated application processes for foreign universities or for financial aid. At NSAC we are determined to make sure that you can go exactly as far as your motivation drives you without being hindered by application technicalities.
For that reason, we hold workshops throughout the year, approximately every other month, for Nordic students interested in studying abroad. NSAC Workshops unite and connect like-minded students with similar dreams and aims to inform these students about a certain study abroad topic in the most tangible and helpful way. Speakers at NSAC Workshops will always be experts in the area and have personal experience with the topic covered in the workshop, whether that be scholarship applications, US and UK bachelor degree applications, or graduate program (Master/PhD) applications.
Finding and Competing for Scholarships
For many students one of the largest concerns about studying abroad is the amount of money needed to do so. At the NSAC Scholarship Workshop we aim to help you remove this potential barrier to studying abroad by sharing with you a roadmap to securing financial aid in the form of scholarships.
Date: Wednesday, February 21st, 2018
Venue: Rambøll Copenhagen Office, Hannemanns Allé 53, 2300 Copenhagen S (nearest station is Ørestad Metro and Train Station)
Speakers: Maria Simone Fønsskov, former NSAC Vice President and speaker at several Scholarship Workshops
Price: Non-members: 35 DKK / NSAC Members: Free
Please note that this event is primarily about how to apply for Danish foundations and that the workshop therefore will be in Danish.