Scholarships


Scholarships are available for socially competent European Union citizens aged 16 – 25.

A positive attitude towards activities and studies, good work ethics and adequate social skills are prerequisite for achieving a full scholarship.

Scholarships are granted for a period of two years, starting in either January or in August.

What we offer


 

A two-year folk high school programme, with study trips, practical / social projects and studies at A’ level.

→ An international campus with students from all over Europe. Our neighbours are DNS The Necessary Teacher Training College.

→ One or more study trips of a great educational value, where meeting and interacting with people from other cultures is a priority. The study trips include an element of project work in cooperation with local organisations.

→ Practical projects in the realm of nature and culture. We are aware of the climate reality and nature preservation. We are also engaged in humanitarian projects.

→ Experience in community living and sharing life with young people who have an entirely different background than your own.

→ Studies of HF subjects: Danish (A), English (B), History (B), Social Science (C), plus one more at C level, e.g. Psychology, Geography or Biology.

What we expect from you


→ You can actively contribute to a healthy and positive boarding school environment, i.e. you possess adequate social skills.

→ You are mature and self-confident enough to put the needs of others in front of your own, when that is the best course of action.

→ You have the courage to live together with people who are very different from yourself ­– and make it work.

→ You have the discipline to study and pass the subjects you are enrolled for.

→ You make an effort to learn the Danish language.

→ You like to develop yourself by socially interacting with others.

Fees and Finance


As a scholarship student, you will receive a small salary which will cover house rent, meals and programme costs.

Private expenses like pocket money need to be covered from own funds. There is an enrolment fee of €1000 which covers administration and examination expenses.

 

Fees and Finance


As a scholarship student, you will receive a small salary which will cover house rent, meals and programme costs.

Private expenses like pocket money need to be covered from own funds. There is an enrolment fee of €1000 which covers administration and examination expenses.

 

What is PTG?

PTG International Youth College is a unique school, even by Danish standards.

Application form

Fill in the Application Form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.