Since the advent of the United Nations’ World Happiness
Report in 2012, Denmark has been recognized as the country with the happiest
population, ranking first (almost) every time. One thing is certain: if you
want to study in Denmark, you may catch a glimpse of the Danes’ natural

Denmark, with a population of 5.6 million people, is a tiny
but proud country in Northern Europe. It shares borders with Germany in the
south and Sweden in the east, with coasts on the Northern and Baltic Seas.

Denmark is one of the most popular foreign research
destinations in Europe thanks to its low study rates, high-quality
English-taught Master’s degrees and the creative teaching methods.
International students often prefer Denmark due to its great quality of life and
the wide range of study subjects offered at Danish universities.

 Higher education in Denmark

 Denmark has a sophisticated educational infrastructure that
includes many world-class universities. There are over 500 English-taught
research programmes to select from at 30 higher education institutions.
Denmark, like many other nations, distinguishes between full research
universities and university colleges that are more practice-oriented. Company
academies, which deliver practice-oriented associate’s and bachelor’s degrees
in business-related areas, are a geographically unique type of organization.

 Denmark’s universities

 Denmark is home to some of the world’s best universities.
The government of the country has long placed a high priority on education.
Denmark’s Technical University was founded in 1829. Many other accredited
public and private universities have flourished throughout the world. The
following colleges are open to both domestic and foreign students:

 Roskilde University

 The University of South Denmark

University of Copenhagen, Aarhus University

Aalborg University

Tuition Fees & Scholarships in Denmark

You may not have to pay tuition fees if you are a student
from the EU/EEA or Switzerland; higher education in Denmark is free for you.
Students enrolled in an exchange programme in Denmark are entitled to free education.

If you have a permanent residency permit in Denmark
(regardless of your country of origin) or if you have a parent who has a
residence permit, you do not have to pay tuition fees.

Depending on the university and the programme of study,
tuition for all other students will vary from EUR 6,000 to 16,000 a year.

Degrees in the social sciences, for example, start at about
EUR 6,000 per year, while specialty degrees like medicine will cost up to EUR
35,000 per year. In Denmark, the total cost of a degree is between EUR 12,000
and 15,000 per year.

PhD programs Tuition Fees

Many PhD programs in Denmark are entirely financed and they
are established as collaborations between universities and private businesses,
academic centers, and business enterprises. PhD services that are self-funded
usually cost between EUR 10,000 and 16,000 a year.

Scholarships in Denmark

Universities in Denmark are valued for their educational
importance, which outweighs the need to collect funds from students. Instead,
colleges attract a vast number of students by offering diverse types of
scholarships, funds, and grants. This is due to ongoing collaborations between
universities, academic centers, and national and European programs.

This has made it easier for a large number of students to
afford their tuition fees. The majority of universities have merit-based
scholarships. Other considerations should, however, be taken into account,
necessitating excellent student success in order for them to be qualified.

Job in Denmark

The nation is currently ranked as one of the top ten
countries in the world with the highest jobs rate, at 75%. Most students, both
domestic and foreign, are fortunate to be able to find part-time jobs that
enable them to support themselves. Non-EU students are allowed to work up to 20
hours a week during the school year and full time during the summer vacation

For EU/EEA or Swiss students, there are no restrictions on
working hours. The school programme is designed to allow students to easily
combine school, work, and personal obligations. The students must, however,
apply for and obtain a work permit.

Visa to Study in Denmark

Applying for a Student Visa in Denmark is reasonably easy.
Students must first verify that they have received an acceptance letter from
the university of their choice. However, the application process varies
depending on the foreign student’s country of birth, so consult with the Danish
Embassy in your home country. It is recommended that students apply well in
advance of the reporting date to enable the concerned nation to complete all of
the necessary logistics.

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Application Process

Programs for undergraduates

The deadline for applying to start a Bachelor’s degree at
the beginning of the academic year (August/September) is the 15th of March.

A few universities allow students to launch their studies in
the middle of the year, at the start of the spring semester (January/February),
in which case the application deadline is September 1.

Instead of applying to specific schools, applicants send
their applications to the nationwide admissions website.

Postgraduate studies

Since postgraduate programs are administered by independent
universities, registration deadlines differ. For more details, you can contact
your preferred organization directly