2013 Scholarships for International Students at Copenhagen International School, Denmark

Copenhagen International School offers Scholarships & Exhibitions for National and International Students for pursuing International Baccalaureate Diploma, Denmark 2013

School:Copenhagen International School/ Denmark

Level: Baccalaureate Diploma

Field(s): Course given in the school

Deadline:January 31, 2013

Funded by: Copenhagen International School

Beneficiaries:Open to International Students


  • What it Covers:
  • For scholarship applicants who require financial assistance in order to enter CIS for grades 11 to 12, the school is offering a number of financial awards, with financial assistance to cover up to 85% of the tuition, registration and application fees.
  • For students entering Pre-IB/grade 10, the financial assistance may cover up to 85% of the tuition fees.
  • Number of awards: Each year, Copenhagen International School (CIS) offers a number of scholarships.


About Programme

  • The International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IBDP) is a two-year educational programme for students aged 16–19 that provides an internationally accepted qualification for entry into higher education, and is recognized by universities worldwide.

About Employer:

  • Copenhagen International School was established in 1963 as a private non-profit institution, recognized by the Danish Ministry of Education, to provide an education of excellent quality, with English as the principle language of instruction.
  • The school provides a complete educational programme for students from ages 3 to 18, from pre-kindergarten through to grade 12.


  • Scholarships will be awarded to applicants who are academically exceptional, well-rounded students.

  • Applicants will be required to take a test in English, Mathematics and the second language they wish to pursue.

  • Students who have been awarded scholarships or exhibitions will be at an advantage when applying to universities and colleges.

  • A number of financial scholarships are also available to students entering Pre-IB/grade 10.

  • Honours scholarships and exhibitions are available to students who do not require financial assistance, but fulfil the other criteria.
  • These do not offer any financial benefit
-Applicants who are not awarded a scholarship may still be considered for a reduced fee.

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