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Would you like to star in a Study in Denmark film?

Are you a young person living in Denmark? Do you speak perfect English? Then maybe you would like to star in a Study in Denmark film?

Study in Denmark is looking for a young person to star in one-minute film that highlights some of the benefits of studying in Denmark. The script will be fast-paced and slightly humorous (work in progress).

That is, if you love the camera - and if the camera loves you - then we would love to cast you. Danish and international citizens alike are welcome.

How to participate

Contact Sanne Olsen no later than 21 October. Some of you will be invited for another casting in Copenhagen the 23 October. The one chosen for the role will receive a small payment.


You should be available for shooting in Copenhagen late October/early November. Exact dates are to be determined.

Selection criteria

  • 18-27 years of age
  • studying in Denmark
  • character & charm
  • native English-speaking or otherwise perfect in English (accents are cool too)


Som benefits of studying in Denmark

- A highly international environment with 29.000+ international students from 150 countries
- An innovation-oriented teaching philosophy that promote creativity and strong problem solving skills
- an informal learning enviroment that encourages open debate and critical thinking
- A strong focus on sustainabilty and a world-leader in greentech, life science, IT and more
- Fully funded PhD opportunities & research with global impact
- A free-spirited, well-organized, green and safe society
- Free health care for all international students
- An excellent foundation for your future career

Higher education in Denmark:
- 31 world-class universities, university colleges and business academies
- More than 500 programs and 1300 courses taught entirely in English

Published: 13.10.2012