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Why Study in Denmark.

Denmark is known for providing a world-class education to international students in areas such as engineering, IT, Social science, and life sciences. It has an extremely safe, friendly and innovation-driven environment.

Education System in Denmark

The Danish higher-education system is international in its approach and offer courses in various study areas. The quality of Danish higher-education system is ensured by the government accreditations, internal quality insurance procedures, and audits by external examiners.

Cost Of Study in denmark

A reliable choice for living – such as cycling to university and eating at home – life in Denmark shouldn’t blow your budget. Read about living expenses and how to open a bank account

Denmark is an expensive country – but the standard of living is among the highest in the world.

Student Visa Process

The higher education institutions in Denmark are obliged to monitor that international students, should meet the entry requirements including language requirements for getting admission in individual programmes. You need to clear all these requirements before starting the Denmark student visa process.

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Why Study In denmark?

Denmark is known for providing a world-class education to international students in areas such as engineering, IT, Social science, and life sciences. It has an extremely safe, friendly and innovation-driven environment.

 

The aim of higher education in Denmark is to bring about solutions to real-world problems. Hence, Institutions use a very contemporary way of combining traditional classroom teaching with industrial training to promote student’s ability in their chosen disciplines.

 

The education system of Denmark is student-focused, however, it is expected of students to think independently, have a bent for the chosen area of study, and can do a lot of self-study, research and collaborate with others on group projects.

 

Danish qualifications hold water throughout the world. It is recognized for its high academic excellence by top-employers across the globe.

 

The higher education system of Denmark is developed to foster innovation, creativity, and analytical & critical thinking. Moreover, the cohesive partnership between academia & industry ensures students are updated on the latest knowledge and meet the requirements of a global labor market.

 

As an international student, you can expect world-class academic standards from Institutions in Denmark. Several institutions of Denmark consistently rank very-high in different Institutions’ ranking scales of Europe. The focus of higher education is to help students apply their learning to develop innovative solutions.

 

It is quite common to see open debates and problem-based learning methods employed by Institutions in Denmark to help students express themselves, pursue experiments & collaborate with others on project work.

 

Denmark provides a friendly & relaxed learning environment to International students and the teachers’ support is always around the corner. The teachers often have great industry & research experience which brings in a practical perspective in their teaching and help students build on their know-how.

 

The institutions in Denmark have state-of-the-art facilities & infrastructure and offer students free access to libraries, computers, labs, Wi-Fi on campus.

 

Higher Education System In Denmark

The Danish higher-education system is international in its approach and offer courses in various study areas. The quality of Danish higher-education system is ensured by the government accreditations, internal quality insurance procedures, and audits by external examiners. Danish higher-education system provides both research-based and professionally oriented programs. The objective of the research-based programs is to educate students on the highest -level of research in science & technology fields, and the aim of professionally-oriented programs is to ensure a practical, industry-oriented education to make students employable for current and future jobs.

 

There are 8 Universities that run various research-based programs and educating lacs of students every year. These Universities are regulated by the Ministry of Science, Technology & Innovation. Whereas there are 8 University Colleges and 10 Academies of professional higher education that offer professional-oriented programs and these institutions are regulated by the Ministry of Education. Besides, the programs related to the arts field comes under the ambit of the Ministry of Culture and provide education to students interested in this discipline.

 

Moreover, there are certain degree programs that have been developed for further education for adults. This is a parallel system of education in Denmark and given a lot of importance due to its long-standing tradition of lifelong learning for adults. The content of such programs is distinct and qualification level is similar to the programs in the ordinary higher education system. The adults draw out a lot of learning from their professional & general life experiences under these programs and complete them along with their working career. These programs are run by the Academies of Professional Higher Education, the University Colleges and the Universities.

Cost of Study In Denmark.

A reliable choice for living – such as cycling to university and eating at home – life in Denmark shouldn’t blow your budget. Read about living expenses and how to open a bank account

 

Denmark is an expensive country – but the standard of living is among the highest in the world.

 

Although Denmark’s no tuition fee policy is very attractive to EU students, living costs are generally higher than most places, well above the European average. To be able to meet these costs you will have to carefully budget your monthly expenses. A rough estimate of your overall monthly living costs in Denmark would amount to 750 – 900 EUR monthly. Living in Copenhagen is more expensive than in the smaller cities, and may go as high up as 1200 EUR/month. You may be able to keep your costs lower at around 650 EUR/month if you plan to live in a smaller town.

Accommodation costs

 

Out of the total monthly expenses of EU students, they usually pay around 36% on accommodation. You will pay an average of 300 – 500 EUR/month for accommodation and utilities, going as high up as 800 EUR in Copenhagen. If you start looking for housing early you may be able to find places with 200 EUR/month in housing outside the city.

Here are some average accommodation costs for students living in shared apartments or alone:

 

  • Students living alone – 436 EUR/month
  • Students living with partner/children – 458 EUR/month
  • Student halls of residence (kollegier) – 342 EUR/month

Getting student accommodation from the university is not always easy, as European statistics show that around 11% of students living in Denmark manage get a place to live provided by the university. However, around 68% of students are really satisfied with the living conditions in university student halls, above the European average. Therefore, you might have to rent a place from a private land owner.

 

Food costs and inexpensive shopping

 

Average food expenses in Denmark will amount to 200 – 270 EUR/month, depending on your spending habits. You can save a lot on food if you do your weekly shopping at discount supermarkets such as Bilka, Lidl, Netto, Fakta or Aldi.

 

Dining out in the city costs an average 25 EUR/person, and a beer or a soft drink at a bar is around 5 EUR.

 

Transportation costs

 

In Denmark, almost 50% of students use bikes to get to their university, while 30% use public transport. The cheapest monthly public transport pass amounts to 50 EUR/month. You can purchase a second-hand bike with 30 – 135 EUR, depending on its condition.

Visa Process to Study In denmark

The higher education institutions in Denmark are obliged to monitor that international students, should meet the entry requirements including language requirements for getting admission in individual programmes. You need to clear all these requirements before starting the Denmark student visa process. Also, in case of rejection for an applied programme, they will get a written rejection letter that contains a complaint guide with the reason of rejection. A fixed amount can be charged from the international students covering the fees of application processing and any qualifying courses. The responsibility of the higher educational institution includes informing the international students about the fees that they charged.

 

Denmark student visa requirements for English language:

 

If you want to pursue your higher education programmes in Denmark then firstly you need to fulfill the high standard of English requirements. You may choose any of the English proficiency test from TOEFL, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL examinations (CAE), which are accepted as a proof of your language ability in this European country. The score requirements may be varied out according to the institution or the programme you have chosen.

 

Documents Required:

 

  • 1.) 6 passport size photographs the background of the Photographs should be white colored.
  • 2.) A letter of admission approval (Offer letter) from the University or college.
  • 3.) A Proof of language Proficency like IELTS TRF, English proficiency Certificate is mandatory in Most of the colleges of Denmark.
  • 4.) A receipt of Payment acknowledgement from the college you have applied for.
  • 5.) A ST-1 Student visa application form, that comes from Denmark. You can receive this form after the payment of tuition fee.
  • 6.) A Statement of Purpose & Curriculum Vitae, which contains the complete information about the student.
  • 7.) Colored Photo copies of all your educational documents 10th onwards (two sets required).
  • 8.) Scan copy of all pages of passport, including cover of passport (two sets required), black & white copies are also acceptable.
  • 9.) Your passport should be valid for at least 18 months from the date of visa application.
  • 10.) The last qualifications of the student should be legalized from the ministry of external affairs (MEA) and states.
  • 11.) Visa fee of Rs. 15100 + VFS service charge 1500 INR – should be in cash.

Our Partner Universities

Sr. NoUniversity NameWebsite
1International Business Academy (IBA)www.iba.dk
2University College Zealanducsj.dk/English
3University of Northern Denmarkwww.ucn.dk/english/home