Welcome to the UW-Madison ScanDesign Fellowship Program!
In 2010, the ScanDesign Foundation by Inger and Jens Bruun, based in Seattle, Washington, established a study abroad fellowship program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The program is designed to foster Danish-American relations by providing generous financial support to undergraduate and graduate students who have been accepted to study abroad in Denmark for a semester, a summer, or a full academic year through any of UW-Madison's Danish study abroad programs, at the University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark's Technical University, and the University of Aarhus, as well as to Danish students attending UW-Madison via one of these exchange agreements. The UW-Madison ScanDesign Fellowship Program is directed by Professor Julie K. Allen of the Scandinavian Studies Department.
Information can be found here for prospective students, current fellows, and alumni. For prospective students, there is information regarding application deadlines and material as well as evaluations and experiences from current and past fellows. Current fellows can stay in the loop with up to date postings regarding activities and outings sponsored by ScanDesign, including contact information and resources to keep in touch with other current fellows. Lastly, lists and evaluations of past alumni give all fellows, future, current, and past insight into the full ScanDesign experience!