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Rebild Funds

The Rebild Funds

Rebild National Park Society Inc. is the administrator of 5 scholarships established to make it financially possible for American students to continue their studies in Denmark and Danish students to continue their studies in the US. If you are a US student who has been accepted as a student at a Danish institution of higher education or you are a Danish student who has been accepted as a student at an American institution of higher education, we would he happy to receive your application for financial assistance.

The scholarships are not intended for exchange studies/internships.

See additional informtion about scholarships here: http://www.rebildfesten.dk/legater-fonde/

Please note:

The Rebild scholarships do not offer financial support for:

  • Studies in other countries than the above mentioned.
  • Students attending primary or secondary schools.

1. Rebild Scholarship for Study in Denmark

The Upper Midwest Rebild Scholarship Corporation (501c3) offers a scholarship award. The award will help support a semester of study at a Danish university or college by a student of Danish background or who has demonstrated a strong interest and commitment to Denmark and Danish related matters. In the past, awards have ranged from $1,500 to $3,000. Forms and instructions are available online at http://www.umrsc.org or http://www.dansklegat.org. Please share this information with friends, family and any students who may be studying abroad in Denmark in the future. If you would like to learn more about the scholarship corporation, including how to become involved or to make a tax-deductible contribution, please send an email to info@umrsc.org.
Thank you.

2. Dianas og Irenes fond

The fund was established in 1971 as a gift from Mr. Erik Dugdale, the father of Diana and Irene.
The scholarship was first awarded in 1972.

Application deadline:

Deadline for the application is March 1st. The scholarship is awarded at the beginning of April.

3. The William S. Knudsen and Clara Elisabeth Knudsen Rebild Fund

The VanderKloot Contribution Committee suggested this scholarship to be established on December 5, 1966. The initial capital consisted of 100 shares in National Bank of Detroit which was donated by Mr. and Mrs. Robert VanderKloot family to William S. Knudsen.

The purpose of the scholarship is to honor the memory of William S. Knudsen and Clara E.Knudsen by furthering the Rebild idea: Better understanding between The United States and Denmark.

Application deadline:

Deadline for the application is March 1st. The scholarship is awarded at the beginning of April.

4. $1000 Fonden

This scholarship was established in 1994 by donations of $1,000 from private persons and companies close to the Rebild Society. The fund is still open for donations.

Application deadline:

Deadline for the application is March 1st. The scholarship is awarded at the beginning of April.

5. TTS: Thanks to Scandinavia Rebild Scholarship Fund Honoring Sanna and Victor Borge.

See separate description

Application:

  • Personal information (your name, address and other contact information).
  • A short biography (description of yourself).
  • A description of your chosen educational path.
  • Documents of matriculation to the institution of higher education at which you have been accepted to study.
  • And a budget.

All applications should be sent to:

Rebild National Park Society Inc.
Rebildvej 29
DK-9520 Skørping
Denmark

Rebild National Park Society Inc. do not accept e-mail applications.

If you are interested in further information please contact
Rebild National Park Society; E-mail: rebildselskabet@mail.tele.dk

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