Student Life in Denmark
Students are perceived by the Danish authorities as part of the natural resources of the country and a great option to invest in for a better future. Unsurprisingly, this approach extends to international students, who benefit from the same facilities, reductions and solutions. This is mainly because Denmark is a fairly expensive country and for its education model to retain its competitiveness, tuition fees were scrapped for most categories in favour of an inclusive and accessible higher education.
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Studying in Denmark
Why Study in Denmark?
While Denmark’s no tuition fee policy is very appealing to EU students, high quality of life also means living costs and average prices are generally higher than most countries, well above the European average. You will need to carefully budget your monthly expenses to be able to meet these costs.
Education System in Denmark
Academic excellence, imagination, innovative thinking, inspiring educators, and collaborations around the world. Does it sound attractive? Then it might be for you to study in Denmark.
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Denmark uses the Danish Krone (DKK) as its currency.
Student Visa Requirements for Denmark
A visa is issued for the purpose of a short stay of no more than 90 days in Denmark. The 90 days must be spent within a 180 day period in either Denmark or another Schengen country. However, if you apply for a visa to Denmark, the main purpose and time spent must be in Denmark.
Universities in Denmark
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