In the process of making the decision to study abroad, you might get curious to know more about the country you are considering for your future studies.
Study in Denmark
Well-organised and safe country
As an international student in Denmark, you can expect to study in a safe, friendly and innovation-driven environment. Here, higher education is focused on creating solutions for the real world. Traditional lectures are combined with industrial collaborations and teaching methods that promote students’ ability to use what they have learned and to turn new knowledge into innovative solutions. This way of studying requires a high degree of personal initiative and independent thinking.
Studying in Denmark is all about you – pushing the boundaries, applying critical thinking, working with others and being creative.
Studying in Denmark is all about you – pushing the boundaries, applying critical thinking, working with others and being creative. Danish qualifications are recognised throughout the world and provide an excellent foundation for your future career. You can expect world-class education in areas such as engineering, life sciences, social sciences and IT.
Higher education in Denmark is regulated by the state, and all public institutions are subject to continuous approval and evaluation processes.
World’s oldest monarchies
Denmark is located in Northern Europe and is a small country in Scandinavia with one of the world’s oldest monarchies. Denmark has a rich history that stretches back to the Viking Age around the year 1000, and the country covers 43 000 square kilometres strewn with charming cities, small towns and villages.
Denmark is a member of the EU, but still has its own currency (Danish Kroner or DKK). Danes live in an innovative society with a green lifestyle, and many Danes prefer going to work by bicycle rather than by car. In fact, Denmark is one of the world’s largest exporters of wind turbines.
Strong welfare state
Denmark has a strong welfare state ensuring economic equality and close to no corruption.
Did you knew, that Denmark is ‘World’s happiest country’?
Good sense of humour
Danes might seem reserved at first, but they are generally friendly and helpful with a good sense of humour.