Ivalo & Minik Fonden awards grants worth more than DKK 350,000

Six ambitious Greenlanders have received grants from Ivalo & Minik Fonden to study abroad. The total distribution amounts to slightly more than DKK 350,000.

In the latest distribution round, Ivalo & Minik Fonden is approaching 60 grants awarded to Greenlanders who have chosen to study outside the Commonwealth

“We are happy every time we give out a grant. It is our experience that our grants make a big difference to the students being able to excel in their dream education. And that we are now close to having awarded 60 grants in our lifetime, I am just proud of,” says Minik Rosing, chairman of Ivalo & Minik Fonden’s board. He continues:

“In this connection, I would like to express a big thank you to Royal Greenland, Royal Arctic Line, NunaFonden and GrønlandsBANKENs Erhvervsfond, who contribute financial support every year so that we can distribute grants.”

The board of Ivalo & Minik Fonden meets twice a year to distribute grants, and Minik Rosing hopes to receive many and well-qualified applications for the next distribution, where the deadline for applications is 15 February 2023.

This autumn’s grants recipients
Linda Lyberth Kristiansen has received a grant to study for a semester at the Arctic University in Tromsø in Norway, as part of her master’s degree in Culture and Social History at Ilisimatusarfik.

Maria Lyberth has received a grant for a 2-year further education at Nordic Outdoor Activities at Kronoby Folk College in Finland as a superstructure to her education as an Adventure Guide from Campus Kujalleq.

Ninni Jeremiassen has received a grant to study theory on “environmental pollution and toxicology” UNIS (The University Center in Svalbard) in Norway, as part of her PhD with the title: “Long-term leaching dynamics of lead, zinc and fluorine from waste rock at Ivittuut mine, South Greenland.”

Pipaluk Kristensen has received a grant to study for a semester at the University of Iceland, as part of her master’s degree in Language, Literature and Media from Ilisimatusarfik.

Victor Langholz has received a grant to study for a semester at the University of Wollongong in Australia, as part of his studies in Business Administration at Oklahoma University in the USA.

Vivi Vold has received a grant to study two semesters at the University of California in Davis in the USA, as part of her PhD on relationships and interactions that occur in the sectors of scientific research and scientific education in Kalaallit Nunaat between man and science – student and researchers.