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ASF FELLOWSHIPS & GRANTS FOR DANISH CITIZENS 2022-23


The American-Scandinavian Foundation is currently accepting applications from Danish graduate students and post-graduates who wish to study or conduct research in the US during the 2022-23 academic year. This application cycle will award stipends of up to $10,000 to individuals who demonstrate a research agenda or creative-arts project in the US.

Special funding is available for graduate research or study in the U.S. on Holocaust studies, Jewish history, anti-Semitism, genocide, conflict resolution, racial or religious intolerance, or human rights.

Application Deadline: April 1, 2022.

Application link:  Apply here.

AWARD DETAILS

Award Stipend

The maximum award amount is $10,000 and awards usually range between $2,500 and $5,000

Can the award be deferred?

No

Can the award be renewed?

No

Specific Notes/ Exceptions:

Applicant must be a Danish citizen pursuing a research project in the US.

ELIGIBILITY

Applicant education level

Graduate or post-graduate

Open to applicants who have completed an undergraduate degree?

Yes

Open to applicant not currently enrolled in college/university?

Yes

Age limit

N/A

Open to (non-US) international students?

Applicant must be a Danish citizen

Required to demonstrate financial need

Yes

Minimum GPA

N/A

ONLINE APPLICATION

Application available

October 1, 2021

Application deadline

April 1, 2022

Online application

Apply here.

Required application materials

  1. Biographical information
  2. Research summary (no longer than 150 words)
  3. Project statement (1,200 words)
  4. Letter of affiliation or invitation
  5. Project budget (please list expenses in US Dollars in the application's online budget template)
  6. One academic transcript
  7. Three letters of recommendation
  8. Optional work samples or materials, if necessary
Additional information

Website: www.amscan.org 

Email:  grants@amscan.org