STUDY IN DENMARK
DEGREES, POSTGRADUATE, AND MASTERS
WHY STUDY IN DENMARK?
Denmark offers an excellent education, with more than 500 university degrees taught in English and at no cost to European students. It works with the Bologna Plan and the ECTS.
University education focuses on the development of innovative solutions for the real world; it uses a system based on participation, innovation, teamwork and the ability to analyze.
There is a close relationship between universities and industry professionals. Academic programs respond to the demand of the labor market and facilitate the realization of internships in recognized companies and organizations.
It is a very safe country; It has a high standard of living, one of the best employment rates in the EU and, according to various surveys, the happiest people in the world.
VARIETY OF PROGRAMS
Corresponds to the first two years of the degree. Once finished, the student has the possibility to add another year and a half and complete the degree.
They can last from three to four and a half years (it depends on the university, the course, and the system). Six months are usually internships.
Students who have completed two or three years of a degree in Europe may choose to complete an additional one or two years (with internships) in Denmark and obtain the Danish degree.
A master’s degree lasts one or two years. It can be accessed after graduation to deepen the content studied or to expand knowledge in another discipline.
DATA OF INTEREST
Students manage in nearby residences and move by bus, on foot or by bike. But there are the best accommodation options available in each university.
It is necessary to have a bachelor’s degree. In certain types of courses, there are additional requirements such as math or an English level: 6.0 IELTS, TOEFL iBT 79-80.
EU students can work throughout the community territory. Knowing some Danish increases the possibilities. The government offers free or subsidized classes to international students and universities always provide help if requested.
- European students do not pay tuition fees.
- The Danish government covers 100% of the cost of tuition.
- Rent € 300 / month
- € 450 / month
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