Get more from your study abroad experience
The Scan Design Foundation Fellowship Program is designed to foster Danish-American relations by providing support through scholarships and cultural activities to undergraduate and graduate students in all majors who have been accepted to study abroad. The program goes beyond scholarship support, building fellowship amongst students from the US and students from Denmark. The program started at UW–Madison in Fall 2010 with the generous funding of the Scan Design Foundation by Inger and Jens Bruun.
The program at UW–Madison supports students participating (in either direction) in any one of many exchanges that UW-Madison has with Danish universities, including the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark’s Technical University, and the University of Aarhus.
UW–Madison students on other programs in Demark (DIS, the International Internship Program, and independent research programs) are also eligible, as are Danish students coming to UW–Madison via the Visiting International Student Program.
Where are you going?
For University of Wisconsin–Madison students traveling to Denmark, the Scan Design Foundation (SDF) provides funding and a community of Badgers while abroad. Activities abroad will provide the opportunity to see Danish landmarks and attractions, shows at the opera house or Royal Theater, and more.
Danish students are welcome to apply for scholarships and participate in events while studying abroad at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. SDF provides current Danish exchange students, Badgers who have returned from Denmark, and future UW-Madison students with the opportunity to network, build friendships and learn about one another’s culture while experiencing everything Madison has to offer!