To study in Denmark as an exchange student you must already be enrolled at a higher education institution in your country of residence. Generally, exchange students come to Denmark through the Erasmus programme or other programmes offered by governmental bilateral agreement.
We advise you to contact your own educational institution first to find out more. However, if you don' find help there, please contact the international office of the Danish institution where you wish to study.
Below are examples of some of the exchange programmes offered at Danish institutions. The list is by no means complete. For a full list please visit the individual institutions' websites.
Education and Social Studies
Film and Transmedia Storytelling
Nutrition and Health Studies
Construction and Engineering Studies
- Applied App Development
- Architectural Technology and Construction Management
- Civil Engineering
- Advanced Signal Processing and Analysis
- Environmental Engineering Project
- ICT Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Business and Communication Studies
Danish Institute for Study Abroad, DIS
Exchange programmes listed for individual institutions
- Programmes taught in Danish
This website provides information on programmes and courses taught in English at Danish higher education institutions. If you wish to enroll in a Danish-taught programme you will need to prove a satisfactory level of Danish language proficiency
- International schools in Denmark
The Danish Ministry for Children and Education provides information on international primary and lower secondary schools and international upper secondary schools in Denmark. The latter offer the International Baccalaureate which gives access to higher education in Denmark and abroad