The Anglo-Danish Society administers a special scholarship, together with the ACE Foundation.
The ACE Foundation Scholarship is awarded for a UK student taking postgraduate studies specifically in either architecture, design, art or music at a Danish University and is for the fixed amount of £2,500.
The award is restricted to a British postgraduate student undertaking a postgraduate course in one of the relevant subject areas at a Danish University.
In addition, the award offers the successful applicant contact with the ACE Foundation.
The award carries with it the same general conditions as our non-subject specific Anglo-Danish Society awards (see general Anglo-Danish Society announcement for full details), including:
1) The scholarship is intended to supplement a student’s other funding and will be paid in instalments over the academic year 2020/2021.
2) The successful applicant will be requested to give permission for the Society to publicise the award and will also be asked to submit a short report on the academic work undertaken during the period of study.
The application procedure and requirements are the same as for the non-subject specific awards.
The ACE Foundation helps promote cultural and international understanding through the advancement of education, serving communities in the UK and worldwide.
The ACE Foundation is an educational charity founded in 1958 by Philip Barnes. It is based near Cambridge and owns and operates Stapleford Granary, a newly established study centre for music and the arts, and has a trading subsidiary, ACE Cultural Tours, which is a pioneer in special interest educational travel.