You apply for a scholarship by choosing the option on the north2north Application form.
Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Kingdom of Denmark have established a special north2north scholarship program under the north2north Student Mobility Program. Each country with north2north scholarship funding establishes its own funding level for students based on the principle that scholarships will be calculated according to the length of study, and travel grants according to distance and expense of travel. You should be aware that in most cases, the north2north grant alone would not cover all your living expenses.
On Campus students from Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland can apply for a north2north scholarship and/or a travel grant.
Russian students placed in a north2north exchange in Norway, Sweden, Finland can apply for a north2north scholarship and/or a travel grant. North American students going on a north2north exchange to a institutions in Northern Norway (UiT The Arctic University of Norway, UNIS, Nord University, Sami University College) can apply for a north2north scholarship.
All eligible north2north students can apply for a north2north scholarship and/or a travel grant to Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland. In Norway, Sweden, Finland, Greenland, the Faroes and Iceland north2north students will not have to pay tuition/fee.
Tuition Fee Waivers for UArctic north2north institutions in North America and Denmark
The north2north Student Mobility Program has at its disposal a limited numbers of tuition fee waivers annnually for North American placements offered by North American member institutions. For information about available North American tuition fee waivers at your home institution, please contact the north2north contact person at your home institution. You apply for a North American tuition waiver by choosing the option in the north2north Application form.
If your home institution does not have a bilateral agreement with the host institution in Denmark, you will have to pay a fee for mobility to Denmark. According to Danish law, Danish institutions can only offer tuition fee waivers to students if there is a bilateral agreement between the students home and host institutions.
For information about whether a bilateral agreement between your home institution and an institution in Denmark exists , please contact the north2north contact person at your home institution