Study In Denmark

Overseas study in Denmark know about Denmark study

It locates Denmark in northern Europe and is part of Scandinavia. Denmark consists of the Jutland Peninsula of Fune and Terai-Falster, a large island in New Zealand, and 429 other designated islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea, of which 72 are inhabited. 

Nowhere in Denmark is over 50 km from the sea. And just a few kilometers from Denmark’s Aarhus and Copenhagen’s major cities, you find delightful villages and ancient woodlands and lakes.

Why should we study overseas in Denmark ?

Each year students from around the world come to Denmark to pursue quality education in a friendly, safe and innovation-driven environment. What they gain are internationally recognized qualifications within a wide range of educational areas, such as engineering, life sciences, and social sciences. 

we teach Over 500 programs and 1300 courses in English 

A convenient educational system of high international quality Excellent collaborative and innovative skills

A well-organized, friendly and safe country 

A strong foundation for your future career 

This will include the total cost which are :

Fees – International students must pay tuition fees. Annual tuition fees for full-time degree students are DKK 45,000–120,000 (8 USD 8,000–21,000 / Euro 6,000 to 16,000). Please check with the institution of your interest. 

(Higher education in Denmark is free for EU / EEA and Switzerland students) 

Living Costs- Cost of Living: Monthly costs 

Rent – varies from 2,500 – 4,000 DKK (we usually include utilities) Food – 1,500-2,000 DKK Transport and Other expenses—1300 DKK 

How to apply for study in Denmark

Application – Student needs to apply with all credentials starting from class X till the last qualification. The university will evaluate the student with an ‘offer letter’ and bring it back. The next step for the student is to collect tuition fee payment. Once the university receives the Tuition fees payment, they issue a visa from ST1. 

After obtaining the Visa – ST1 form, the student has to call the embassy in their country/city. (India has an embassy in New Delhi and Consulate Mumbai, Kolkata and Chennai) and get an appointment for the file submission. The applicant has to get his/her last education documents attested first by the regional authentication center of the state from where the degree is issued and then by the Ministry of External Affairs. The student has to submit the file on his own to Embassy/Consulate and should carry his/her Original academics/passport. After 6-7 weeks of a file, we will interview submission students on phone (if applicable in your country). After 2-3 weeks of the interview, the student will get the passport couriered on correspondence address. 

Accommodation Information

Danish universities do not have a tradition for on-campus accommodation. Most students live in the student hall of the residence located some distance from campus. An efficient public transport system also makes it easy to travel between your residence, campus, and city center.

On-campus:

  •  Halls Of Residence Others hire an apartment or an apartment they share with friends. Whether you live in a student residence, apartment or house you will have to cater for yourself. So don’t forget your recipe book! Rent – varies from 2,500 – 4,000 DKK (we usually include utilities) 
  • Temporary accommodation: Denmark has many safe budget hotels for students to book temporarily. The cost usually is $80 – $150 per night on single occupancy. 
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