The new SDU Talent Fellowship in Computer Science is now available for all new international students. This is an opportunity to get a coveted education and to be secured a study job in a technology company where you can develop and test your skills.
The aim of the fellowship is to provide financial aid to international students.
The University of Southern Denmark welcomed the first students onto the campus in Odense in September 1966, and things have been developing by leaps and bounds ever since. We now have five faculties with more than 32,000 students, almost 20% of whom are from abroad, and more than 4,000 employees distributed across our main campus in Odense and regional campuses in Slagelse, Kolding, Esbjerg, and Sønderborg. Several international studies document that we conduct world-class research and are one of the top fifty young universities in the world.
- Application Deadline: March 1, 2018
- Course Level: Scholarships are available to pursue Master degree programme.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are awarded in the field of Computer Science.
- Scholarship Award: SDU Talent Fellowship offers:
Admission to the superstructure in Computer Science.
• A study job of 10-12 hours per week in a Danish technology company.
• Career guidance.
• Access to an international corporate network, as well as social events.
• Residence guarantee, if you already live outside Odense.
- Nationality: All nationalities
- Number of Scholarships: There are a limited number of places on the program.
- Scholarship can be taken in Denmark
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: EU / EEA and Swiss citizens, as well as applicants with Danish residence permit and also students from other countries, are eligible to apply.
Entrance Requirements: To apply for admission to the Master’s program in Computer Science, you must have a relevant bachelor’s degree. You can apply for a master’s degree if you have a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from SDU, Aarhus University, University of Copenhagen or Aalborg University.
You can also apply for admission if you have a corresponding bachelor’s degree program that contains computer science subject’s equivalent to minimum 100 ECTS. The following subject areas must be included:
- Programming (at least 15 ECTS)
- Algorithms, data structures, and complexity (at least 15 ECTS)
- Computer systems, including machine architecture and control systems (at least 15 ECTS)
- Mathematical support for computer science, including discrete mathematics (at least 10 ECTS)
- Databases (at least 5 ECTS)
Once you have applied, the Board of Studies will assess whether your education is admissible. If you do not meet the above admission requirements, the Board of Studies will assess whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
English Language Requirements: The education is offered in English. You must, therefore, have passed English at B level or equivalent. If you have not passed English B, you can prove your English skills as described below.
Please note that the deadline for documenting English language proficiency is May 15th until the fall of the year, December 1st until spring launch.
English language tests
You can document your English proficiency using a language test. SDU accepts the following tests if the test is no more than two years old:
- TOEFL IBT test with a score of at least 88. In order for us to validate your result, we will receive a score report directly from the test center. To select SDU as a recipient, use the code 7969. Select “other – department not listed”. If you have already taken the test, you can still request the test center to submit the result. Please inform us when you have made such a request.
- IELTS academic test with an overall score of at least 6.5
- CAE test with grade C or better (test is accepted only from a Cambridge Network). In order for us to validate your result, please provide us with your ID number (e.g. EPA123456) and your secret number (4 digits)
- CPE from the University of Michigan
English at secondary level
If you have a diploma from a country within the EU / EEA, from the Nordic countries or from Switzerland, you may be able to document your English proficiency using your upper secondary school diploma. Along with your proof, upload a document from your school that indicates the number of English lessons in the last three years of your secondary education. The document must be drawn up in English. We will then assess if your English from high school corresponds to a Danish B level. We encourage you to send your papers via SPOC for an advance assessment.
If your entire bachelor’s degree is taken in the United States, Canada (English speaking part), Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland, no additional documentation is required. This only applies if the entire education is taken in one of these countries. If you have taken your education as a fourth degree, you are not exempt.
If you have an English-language bachelor’s degree program from Denmark, you are also excluded from the further documentation. However, we need a confirmation from your educational institution, where it is stated that the education is in English.
How to Apply: To apply, you must create an application in the application portal.
If you do not have legal requirements (see above), please include the following documents in order to evaluate your application:
- Your bachelor’s degree, including an overview of all subjects, passed.
- If you have not passed your bachelor yet: A signed and stamped print of your past results and your subject notifications. If you load your results via data exchange in the application portal, please note that registered subjects are not included. If you are registered with subjects that are relevant to the education requirements, you must, therefore,e upload a copy of your registrations.
- Documentation for any. Passed or enrolled supplement.
- Documentation that you meet the language requirements of the education.