Before you begin your application, please be sure that you are eligible to apply. Scroll down for detailed information on what criteria we ask applicants to meet. Applications received from individuals who are not eligible will not be considered.
Eligibility Requirements for Applicants from Denmark
Applicants to the Humanity in Action Fellowship must be one of the following:
- currently enrolled students from Denmark, or students enrolled in a university in Denmark, Southern Sweden, Greenland or the Faroe Islands; or
- recent graduates (for the 2020 Fellowship, we define recent graduates as individuals who graduated 2018 or 2019).
If you are a Danish citizen studying at a foreign university, you are eligible to apply to the Humanity in Action Fellowship through Denmark. If you are a Danish student studying at a university in Bosnia and Herzegovina or the United States, you may also be eligible to apply through the Humanity in Action offices in those countries. Please contact those offices directly to confirm your eligibility.
If you are a non-Danish citizen studying at a university in Denmark, you are eligible to apply to the Humanity in Action Fellowship through the Danish office.
If you a student or recent graduate from and/or based in Bosnia and Herzegovina, France, Germany, Greece, the Netherlands, Poland, the United States or Ukraine, please select this country’s name from this page to view their application information. If you are unsure through which country’s application you should be applying, please contact email@example.com.
Applicants may apply to both the Humanity in Action Fellowship programs in Europe and the John Lewis Fellowship in the United States through a single application and may indicate preference for one of more programs. However, they cannot choose their city of participation.
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Become a Fellow
Every year, new Humanity in Action Fellows come together in six cities across Europe and the United States to study how and why people confront intolerance and protect democratic values.
01 Year duration
135 Fellows per year