The Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation

The Canadian-Scandinavian Foundation was established on 20 June 1950 as a national, non-profit organization with the express purpose of providing assistance and support to qualified and talented young Canadians of university age planning a study sejour or a research visit to one or more of the Nordic countries, be it Iceland in the North Atlantic, Denmark in the South, Finland in the East, Norway on the Atlantic, or Sweden on the Baltic.

The founders felt that Canadians, as well as Canada as a whole, would be in a position to benefit greatly from the Nordic experience in many fields such as public policy and planning, technology and engineering, resource management, the arts, as well as the scientific world at large where the Nordic countries over the decades have demonstrated excellence and outstanding skills. To date, CSF has enabled more than 200 Canadian students to study in one of these countries.

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