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Apply now for a north2north Student Exchange

Apply now for a north2north Student Exchange

Deadline Feb 15, 2019

The Grant Programme North2North (N2N) gives students at AAU the opportunity to apply for a grant to a study abroad for one semester at one of the following universities: https://education.uarctic.org/mobility/where-can-i-go/

For mobility to and from Denmark, Faroe Islands and Greenland the following rules apply:

  • N2N are open to AAU students at all levels of higher education (Bachelors, Masters) 
  • Student mobility activities can vary between one week (field school participation, conference attendance with an accepted paper, etc.) and a full academic year (exchange studies)
  • Intra-Kingdom of Denmark mobility possible


Grant categories:

Student exchange

  • study exchange 2-5 months 1000 €
     
  • study exchange 6-8 months 1300 €

  • study exchange 9-12 months 1500 €

  • +travel money within Europe 500 €, outside of Europe* 1000 €

  • field school/intensive course/conference attendance within Europe 1000 €, Outside of Europe 1500 €*

(*Greenland = Outside of Europe)

If AAU has a bilateral agreement you do not have to pay tuition fee to the host university. Find the list of agreements here: http://exchangeagreements.aau.dk/iris/public/.

If you want to apply to one of these universities to study one semester please contact: Mariann Simonsen – mas@adm.aau.dk.

If AAU does not have a bilateral agreement you will have to pay tuition fee and apply directly to the university in question: https://education.uarctic.org/mobility/where-can-i-go/.

If you need an endorsement letter please contact: Mariann Simonsen – mas@adm.aau.dk.

If you wish to use another mobility type than the above mentioned please contact: Mette Sæderup Thorvaldsen – mes@adm.aau.dk.

What kind of mobility can I do: https://education.uarctic.org/mobility/north2north-mobility-guidelines/.


Application deadline for all types: 15 February (Fall 2019/Spring 2020).


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