This scholarship set up in memory of Dame Gillian Brown, former Ambassador to Norway, and Chairman of the Anglo-Norse Society, is worth £2,000 and is intended to help towards the cost of one-year of postgraduate study in Norway in the field of Norwegian literature, history, music or translation studies.
Eligibility to apply is restricted to British subjects who have graduated with a good Honours degree or equivalent.
Students wishing to apply should download the application form below and should send details of their degree results, the course for which they intend to use the scholarships, and for which they should already have been accepted.
Deadline 31 March each year.
Danielle will begin a two-year master’s programme in Jazz/Improvisation at the Norwegian Academy of Music, Oslo in August 2020. Since graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland (MMus with Distinction) in 2013, Danielle has had an enjoyable and varied career as a freelance musician (tuba). She will be studying alongside her colleague Martin Lee Thomson. Together they form the tuba euphonium duo Dopey Monkey.
During her time in Oslo, Danielle will work individually and with Martin to develop her skills as musician/composer. She hopes to seek inspiration from her new surroundings and collaborate with other musicians based in Norway. She has a particular interest in cross genre and collaborative projects. Find out more about
Danielle’s work – https://www.dopeymonkey.co.uk/about.
Specific awards may be made for attendance at the Bergen and Oslo summer schools, for which the deadline is 31 March. Applicants for a Summer School bursary should also ask for one reference to be sent directly to our address by the same date.
In 2016 The Anglo-Norse Society and the Royal College of Music set up a joint five-year scholarship scheme. The Anglo-Norse Scholarship worth £2,500 for one year is for a Norwegian student coming to London to follow a postgraduate course. The recipient will be chosen by the Royal College of Music on the basis of the results achieved in the auditions at the RCM.
There is no Norwegian student of scholarship standard at the Royal College of Music this academic year, so the Anglo-Norse Scholarship will not be awarded, but carried over.
In 2017 the Anglo-Norse set up a five-year scholarship scheme with NTNU whereby a British student accepted to study for a Master Degree at NTNU, and who has a First Class, or good Upper Second Class Degree may be awarded a one-year scholarship worth £2,500. The recipient to be chosen by NTNU on the basis of results obtained in their first degree and in consultation with the Anglo-Norse Society. The third holder was announced in August 2019.
Hamish has a First Class degree in Engineering Design from the University of Bristol, and through this and subsequent work experience wants to address what he sees as basic human rights and entitlements, including the right to safe water, housing and economic security as enshrined in the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Appreciating that structural changes are needed to address these and other global issues and to play his part in solving them, he chose to apply for a place on the the Urban Ecological Planning MSc at NTNU. He hopes that this unique degree, along with his previous experience will give him the tools he needs to help address the challenges faced by people in a changing work, and that on completion of his MSc he will be in a position to help alleviate poverty, progress the SDGs, and contribute to a more equitable and sustainable world.
In 2017 the Anglo-Norse set up a five-year scholarship scheme with UiT The Arctic University of Norway whereby a British student accepted to study for a Masters Degree at UiT, and who has a First Class, or good Upper Second Class Degree may be awarded a one-year scholarship worth £2,500. It is a condition of the scholarship that half the units the recipient is registered to study must relate specifically to the Arctic. Applications for the scholarship should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org, by 19 June of the year in which you wish to start studying at UiT, and should include a copy of your letter of acceptance by the University of Tromsø, a copy of your First Degree certificate, and letter of recommendation from that university, plus a CV and letter of between 500 and 1,000 words, explaining how this course fits in with your future plans.
Jo gained a 2.1 in Biological Sciences from the University of Roehampton. It was a general degree as she was not sure of the direction she wanted to follow, though she knew it had to be something aquatic. She decided on Polar Marine Biology and so Tromsø was the obvious place. She is now happily studying Arctic Marine Ecology, Arctic Marine Pollution, and her thesis will focus on the use of bivalves to track organic pollution in Arctic and sub-Arctic waters
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These are available to British citizens and may be made to assist study of, or research into, subjects with a specifically Norwegian content. The amount of these awards will depend upon the circumstances of the proposed study or project but will not normally exceed £500. There are two annual deadlines for these grants: 31 March and 30 September. Please send details of your project and your application to:
A British euphonium player who has been accepted to study at the Norwegian Academy of Music. He is the other half of the duo Dopey Monkey (see https://www.dopeymonkey.co.uk/about).
A British bassoon player who has been accepted to do a Masters Degree at the Norwegian Academy of Music and who has as his special project the intention to create concerts which involve playing duets with different instruments.
A British student who will be in the second year of a Masters Degree on Ibsen at the Centre for ibsen Studies at the University of Oslo.
An outstanding British DPhil student of Old Norse Literature at the University of Oxford.
City of London Bridge Ward Club Norwegian Business Scholars Trust, now in its 16th year, offers an annual scholarship to an outstanding Norwegian scholar at BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo and Bergen, and gives the successful Scholar 6-7 weeks of placements in 3 different types of finnancial institution in the City of London in the Autumn, before the student goes on to study for a term at CASS City of London Business School.
CoScan, (the Confederation of Scandinavian Societies in the UK) offers small Travel Awards (£100-200) to help young British people to visit a Scandinavian country to undertake a worthwhile project of a broadly educational nature. More information can be found on http://coscan.org.uk/travel-award/. The closing date for applications is 31 March and the applcation form can be downloaded from http://www.coscan.org.uk.wp-content/uploads2017/04/applic.form-280317.pdf