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We are always seeking opportunities for international students to receive grants and loans to support their studies at the International Dance School / Peridance Center. Some of our students have received financial support from their homeland. We include a list of possibilities below. However, past support should not be considered a guarantee that an application for financial support will be approved.




For our Swedish students:

Swedish students applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs can receive financial aid from the Swedish government. Centrala studiestödsnämnde (CSN).

For our German students

German students applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs can receive financial aid from the German government through Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst (DAAD).

For our Dutch students

Dutch students applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs can receive financial aid from the Dutch government through Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds.

For our Canadian students

Canadian ethnic minority students living in Ontario and applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs are able to apply for grants through the Ontario Arts Council.

For our Mexican students

Mexican students applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs can apply for grants from the Mexican government through Fonca Conaculta.

For our Japanese students

Japanese students applying to any of Peridance's International Student Programs can apply for grants from the Japanese government through Cultural Affairs in Japan.




For information on scholarship opportunities please go to our Scholarships page.