Prepare for tomorrow – study in Denmark today!
Whatever subject you choose to study in Denmark, you can expect outstanding quality. Danish higher education combines traditional academic excellence with teaching that will make you think experiment and collaborate your way to greater knowledge. Danish higher education institutions offer more than 500 programmes taught in English - all internationally recognised and accredited. You will also have the opportunity to gain valuable practical experience. Danish higher education institutions cooperate with business to ensure an up-to-date learning environment where you can learn from industry
experts and undertake internships in globally recognized organizations. Furthermore, Danish higher education institutions, science parks and public research institutes all collaborate in leading-edge research with national and international partners. These innovative public-private partnerships provide a stimulating research environment with global job opportunities.
Invest in your future – develop your talent in Denmark!
Invest in your future – develop your talent in Denmark! Denmark has a long history of intellectual and creative achievement. Today Denmark is a world leader in cleantech, biotech, IT and design, and a number one in entrepreneurship with the lowest business start-up costs in the world. Some examples of Danish ingenuity include Skype and some of the world´s most widely used programming languages (C++, C# and PHP). Modern wind power technology, data encryption methods, diabetes care and software such as Google Maps are other examples. Danish higher education is about your ideas, your aspirations, your opportunities. It's about expressing yourself, working with others and applying new knowledge to solve complex problems smarter
Explore Danish study programmes
Denmark offers more than 500 english based study programmes, available from our database. Here are some samples of Danish study programmes.
What international students think about Denmark
March 15 for programmes starting in September
Deadlines can vary, but no later than March 15 for programmes starting in September
Residence and Work Permit
- You apply for your residence and work permit as soon as you get admitted into a study programme – it takes app. two months
- Your Danish higher education institution will send you the application form and advise you on the process
- You can work up to 15 hours a week and full-time during June, July and August while your studying in Denmark
- After graduation your residence permit will be valid for an additional six months to allow you to look for work in Denmark
Did you know?
- You can study at 47 higher education institutions in Denmark?
- Aarhus University and University of Copenhagen are in the top 100 QS World University Rankings 2011?
- The Technical University of Denmark is in the top 100 within Engineering & Technology and Copenhagen Business School has the same standing within Social Science & Management?
- Novozymes, Grundfos, Novo Nordisk, IO Interactive, Vestas, LEGO og Maersk are Danish companies?
- You can take free Danish lessons while living in Denmark?
News and updates
According to the 2011 Innovation Union Scoreboard, Denmark is the second most innovative country in the world
Denmark ranks first in work-life balance - with the lowest child poverty among developed nations and a higher than average time spent on leisure and personal care