Danida Alumni Network is a unique global community of current and former Danida fellows, who have been granted a study stay in Denmark at Master's and PhD level, or have completed qualifying courses for professionals of higher and further education. The potential of a global network of this kind is extraordinary; for the individual alumni, for Danish institutes of higher and further education and for Danish diplomacy and business.
July 06, 2016
July 05, 2016
Over the years, Ghana and Denmark’s relationship and collaboration has taken different forms. The latest addition is Danida Ghana Alumni. It’s a renewed relationship between the two countries, writes Chairperson Enoch Yeboah Agyepong
June 15, 2016
Tove Degnbol, Danish Ambassador in Ghana supported the Danida Alumni Network right from the drawing board. The alumni are obvious ambassadors and facilitators in relations between Danes and our business and development cooperation partners, she says.
June 15, 2016
Your life will never be the same, once your passport has been stamped, said Morten Pristed, Councillor, Education and Health, Danish Embassy, Vietnam during the official launch the new Denmark Vietnam Alumni Network.
June 12, 2016
Fifteen international students met in Denmark 1978-80 to study Urban Planning and Housing. In August 2011 six of the fifteen met again face to face in Copenhagen. Journalist Jan Kjaer interviewed them.
May 18, 2016
The new Danish Vietnamese Alumni Network fits well into the strategic sector corporation program “Partnering with Denmark – Danish Authorities in International Cooperation”.
February 17, 2016
More than one million professionals from the Global South have attended career developing courses in Japan since 1954. They have all been invited to stay in touch through formal alumni networks. These networks have proved to be of great value for the individual alumni and international Japanese business interests.
February 16, 2016
University enrollment is growing around the world. As student mobility increases, higher education institutions compete to attract the brightest foreign students.