We’ve put together the most common questions we get asked about Talent Fellowship and the program.
Frequently Asked Questions
Talent Fellowship is a talent programme made in collaboration with selected Danish universities, Destination AARhus, Business Region Midwest, The Triangle Region, Technology Denmark and world-leading companies in the fields of IT, robotics, drones, games and others.
Talent Fellowship is designed to give the international students the right profile to address the needs of the global technology industry, while offering you a unique insight of the industry.
Working in the industry while studying will offer an opportunity to improve different skills in a practical setting and develop a priceless network to nurture any future careers.
Are you a Master’s STEM student join us by filling out the application form. Remember to include your CV, diploma and a short motivational letter.
You will get connected with world leading companies working with tech in Denmark for either a part-time job, an internship, or other exciting projects during your studies.
You will have the possibility to create a large network by participating in different, inspiring networking events.
All the collaborating companies in Talent Fellowship work with tech and provide innovative solutions to current issues.
They take responsibility by developing knowledge and investing in talents for the tech industry.
Due to the flexibility in the labour market and the educational sector, it’s easy to combine studying and working in Denmark.
Since the government provides financial support for international EU students who work 10-12 hours a week, most of them are economically independent.
You will be provided an amazing opportunity to work with leading companies within tech. Denmark is a leading country within robotics, and the Northern Europe’s biggest gaming development center, which are only a few inspiring possibilities Denmark offers.
There is no payment-fee to participate in Talent Fellowship. However, to study at a university in Denmark there is a tuition fee for non-EU students.
You can join, if you are enrolled in master’s programmes, such as
- MSc in Computer Science
- MSc in Software Engineering
- MSc Engineering
- MSc in Engineering – Robot Systems
- MSc in Games
at University of Southern Denmark, University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University, and Aarhus BSS.