How do I apply?
We recommend that you contact the Admissions Office at the institution where you wish to study. For each programme description in the study section of this site, you will find a link to the higher education institutions, where you can apply for the programme in question.
What is a Diploma Supplement?
It is mandatory for Danish higher education institutions to issue a Diploma Supplement in English to all students obtaining a Danish degree. The supplement is issued automatically and free of charge.
The Diploma Supplements is issued along with your higher education diploma. It follows a format that makes it easier to compare your diploma internationally. The Diploma Supplement gives information on the nature, level, context, content and status of your academic qualifications.
The Diploma Supplement includes a description of the Danish higher education system.
What does ECTS mean?
European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) is a method of measuring your study programme as academic currency. ECTS is used all over Europe and enables you to easily compare study programmes and transfer your academic qualifications from one educational institution to another.
The use of ECTS points is compulsory in higher education in Europe. All Danish higher education programmes are described according to ECTS as a system for both credit transfer and academic credit accumulation towards the final degree.
Where can I study in Danish?
A list of higher education programmes taught in Danish is available at Uddannelsesguiden
What types of courses, degrees and study programmes can I study in Denmark?
Which types of PhD opportunities are there in Denmark?
Please refer to the PhD section of the Study in Denmark site
How do I obtain a Visa?
To get your Visa please consult the Visa-guidelines in our section about Permits, Visas and Red Tape
What types of Scholarship can I obtain as a student in Denmark?
Where can I ask my questions?
You can ask your questions and join discussions at the Study in Denmark facebook page
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