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Study abroad and educate yourself

When studying in Denmark you will be pushing the boundaries, working with others applying critical thinking and turning new learning into innovative solutions.

At the same time, you will enter the Danish way of living – from study groups and language to social life and traditions. Are you looking to push yourself and your academics further? Think Danish.

Are you looking to push yourself and your academics further?

Think Danish. Meet some of our current international students in this video and get to know why they love studying in Denmark.

Find Your Study Programme

Our higher education institutions offer more than 600 English taught study programme. There should be one to fit your academic aspirations.

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Studying in Denmark is an investment in your future

Several institutions rank among Europe’s finest. You can expect outstanding academic standards and innovative teaching.

High academic standards
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Tuition Fees & Scholarships

Higher education in Denmark is free for some international students, while others pay tuition fee. Learn more about tuition fees, scholarships and exchange agreements.

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Why Denmark?

Read news from Study in Denmark about Danish research and higher education.

Denmark is, still, one of the safest countries in the world

It is sensible to consider the country's security, when you decide to study abroad. Studying Denmark is a safe choice, since then Danish society is ranked in top five of safest countries.

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Denmark has the fifth best higher education system in the world

... And the second best in Scandinavia. U21 Rankings has released their 2019 report ranking 50 countries on resources, environment, connectivity and output

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Danish Government Scholarships for 2019/2020 has opened

Students from selected countries (Brazil, China, Japan, Egypt, the Republic of South Korea and Russia) can now apply for a Danish Government Scholarship under the Cultural Agreements.

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Copenhagen is named top city to visit in 2019

Lonely Planet chose Copenhagen as the number one city in the world to visit in 2019.

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Denmark has the best work-life balance in Europe

Life in Denmark is not perfect, but it comes pretty close if you believe the latest survey on work-life balance. Here are the factors to consider, if you are pondering making Denmark your new home for years to come.

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Get an overview

Do you want to study in Denmark? Here is a quick overview of relevant information about being an international student in Denmark.

Working in Denmark

Many students in Denmark hold a part-time job. As an international student in Denmark you too will have the right to work while you live here. You will also have the opportunity to seek full-time employment when you have completed your studies
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Which study option is for me?

Danish higher education institutions offer a range of opportunities for international students. More than 600 programmes are taught in English - all internationally recognised and of high quality
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Your guarantee of a quality experience

Higher education in Denmark is regulated by the state. An ongoing evaluation process ensures that all programmes are of high international quality and relevance
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Learn Danish

Most Danes speak English quite well. Nevertheless, being able to speak some Danish will benefit you both socially and if you want to look for a job
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A safe and balanced society

In Denmark there is a strong regard for the common good. Freedom for the individual, equal opportunities, respect and tolerance are core values
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Find your higher education institution

Here is a list and description of the Danish higher education institutions
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Admission requirements

In Denmark requirements vary from programme to programme. Here is what you need to know about how and when to apply
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Meet some of our international students

What do other international students think about studying in Denmark? Watch videos, read interviews and follow student blogs
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Meet the students

Meet four of our international students and get a glipmse of their lives here in Denmark

Patrik from Hungary

Patrik is from Budapest in Hungary. He is studying Engineering in Biotechnology here in Denmark.

Phoebe from USA

Phoebe is from California, USA. She is studying a master's degree in Linguistics here in Denmark.

Vincent from New Zealand

Vincent is 26 years old and from New Zealand. He is studying in Denmark to become an orchestral conductor.

Ricardo from Portugal

Ricardo is 22 years old and from Portugal. He is studying a master's degree in Robotics here in Denmark.

Find Your Study Programme

Our higher education institutions offer more than 600 English taught study programme. There should be one to fit your academic aspirations.

Find Your Study Programme
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