Study in DENMARK
The second most peaceful country in the world on the basis of standards of health, welfare and education.The least corrupted country in the world according to Global peace index.
Danish higher education institutions cooperate with business to ensure an up-to-date learning environment where you can learn from industry experts and undertake internships in globally recognized organizations. These innovative public-private partnerships provide a stimulating research environment with global job opportunities.More than 500 programmes taught in English.

  • Denmark takes 4th place in global creativity index.
  • At Danish universities, the teaching staff dedicate part of their time to research. This ensures that all programmes reflect the latest trends and findings in their respective fields.
  • Danish professors and lecturers often have experience as working professionals, ensuring an important practical perspective to their teaching.
  • Danish Education provides International students with Strong analytical & communicative skills, the ability to work independently as well as in groups, International Profile and an excellent foundation for future career.
  • Higher education in Denmark is regulated by the state. An ongoing approval and evaluation process ensures that all programmes are of the highest quality and relevance. Furthermore, many programmes are internationally accredited.
  • Denmark has a long history of intellectual and creative achievement. Today, it is a big name in areas like renewable energy, biotechnology and IT.
  • Denmark is ranked as a world leader in e-readiness and usage of IT by both The World Economic Forum and The Economist.
  • Denmark offers a wide variety of high-quality programmes taught in English. Education is internationally oriented and most programs offer the opportunity to participate in educational exchange programs and internships.
  • The atmosphere in classes is informal and interaction between teachers and students is highly encouraged.
  • Students from the European Union do not pay tuition fees for higher education programs in Denmark. 
  • Denmark offers excellent quality of life and a stimulating student environment. The Danes are open-minded and are very welcoming towards international students.
  • Surveys show that Denmark has the happiest population on the planet.
  • A large majority of the population speaks English.
  • Denmark has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. 
  • Denmark is an eco-friendly country.
Employment & Job Market
  • There is an increasing need for foreign labour in a large number of industries in Denmark, although competition from Danish graduates may be high. 
  • The Danish labour market is known for its flexibility and Denmark is considered by many to be one of the best places to be employed in Europe, as far as employee welfare is concerned.
  • The majority of the population speaks English, but knowledge of Danish is very useful when looking for employment.
  • You can work in like : Major industries, Recent growth areas, Shortage occupations, Major companies like -  Maersk (transportation), Danske Bank, TDC (telecom services), Novo Nordisk (pharmaceuticals), Carlsberg, Jyske Bank, Danisco (food), H. Lundbeck (pharmaceuticals), Lego, ALK-Abelló (pharmaceuticals), Sydbank, TORM (shipping), FLSmidth & Co (construction and engineering).
  • Average working hours: normally 37 hours a week.
  • Holidays: statutory minimum of five weeks’ annual leave entitlement. The ‘holiday year’ runs from 1 May to 30 April. There are 12 official public holidays around the major Christian festivals and many workers also take Constitution Day (5 June) off.
  • Tax rates: Denmark is one of the highest taxed countries in the world. There is a 8% flat rate social security tax, which is gross (deducted before other taxes are calculated). Each municipal area also imposes a tax for local services; the 2013 average was 24.9%. Income tax is progressive, with the top rate being 15%.
  • There may be opportunities for seasonal or summer work in hotels, restaurants and pubs in Copenhagen and other major cities. Some knowledge of Danish may be required.
Fees and Expenses
  • The Danish Agency for Labour Retention and International Recruitment requires that all non-EU/EEA citizens seeking to spend a year in Denmark can demonstrate minimum funds of DKK 50,000 (fifty thousand Danish kroner - approximately Euro 6,750) to cover their expenses while living in Denmark. 
  • Application Processing time will be approximate 16 days (including day of submission at VFS). 
  • Visa fees of Denmark is DKK 670.
  • In total a person studying in Denmark should expect to need about DKK 5000 (€675) on a monthly basis.
  • For International students annual tuition range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro.

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