Study in Denmark from Bangladesh

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The universities in Denmark offer about 200 master’s degrees across a wide variety of disciplines like technology, humanities, business, and economics, etc. Danish education system has got remarkably good attention for past few years. Denmark is a safe place to stay in because of the low crime rate and welfare systems. It is one of the oldest states in Europe, and the tuition fee is relatively less than other parts of the continent. Apart from academics, there is a lot that Denmark has to offer. Myriad of outdoor activities along with a diverse geography and historic events draw many international students to Denmark. The abundance of historical sites and museums depict thousands of years of tradition and culture of Nordic people.

Study in the Denmark University

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Denmark is known to be the happiest country in the world. Since the country falls in Schengen zone, students automatically get a visa for 26 countries. About 85% of the population speaks English making it easy for students to adapt to the culture. There are over 400 small islands in Denmark to explore. The famous cities in Denmark are Copenhagen, Bornholm, Aarhus, and Odense. The cities offer a vibrant atmosphere and extraordinary cultural events take place all the time. Denmark has a mixed climate with mild winters and cool summers. It provides high-quality health services like efficient transport system and free healthcare.

With higher education institutions dating back to 1479, Denmark has a history of providing education. There are five types of institutions in Denmark. These are universities, university colleges, artistic higher education institutions, schools of maritime education and training, and business academics. Universities offer bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes in a wide variety of subjects. University colleges offer vocational professional courses, preparing students to go into a career. Artistic institutions are specialist schools offering art and design courses. Maritime education and training institutions offer research and practice focused courses. Business academies offer two year Academy Profession programmes and Professional Bachelor’s degrees. Denmark follows the Bologna Process, so the degree you earn at a Danish institution will be internationally recognised.

There are 8 universities in Denmark, as well as many other higher education institutions. You will find 5 of Denmark’s universities in the 2019 QS World University Rankings top 500. The highest ranked is the University of Copenhagen, which is placed at 79th. The next highest ranked is the Technical University of Denmark, which is placed at 112th.

Denmark uses the Danish Krone (DKK) as its currency.

The tuition fees you pay will depend on where you are from. If you are from an EU/EEA country, you are able to attend Danish universities for free. If you are from any other country, you will pay tuition fees. Fees are different at each institution, as well as what level you are studying at. On average, you should expect to pay between DKK 45,000 and DKK 120,000 per year. There are scholarships available for students, and these are offered by individual institutions, as well as other initiatives.

Your living costs will depend on where you choose to live, as bigger cities will be more expensive than smaller cities and towns. On average, you should budget for between DKK 6,000 and DKK 13,500 per month. This accounts for accommodation, groceries and travel. Another cost that students need to consider is health insurance. Whilst there are some circumstances where emergency healthcare is free of charge, you may need to be covered by a health insurance policy. Check with your institution about whether you need health insurance.if you are a Nordic, EU/EEA or Swiss citizen, you are able to work in Denmark throughout your studies, without any restrictions, but you will need a work permit. If you are from anywhere else, you will be able to work up to 20 hours per week during term time, and full time during June, July and August. You will also require a work permit.

Depending on where you are from, you may need a student visa to study in Denmark. EU/EEA students or students from Switzerland do not need a visa. However, you will need to apply for a residence permit after you have arrived. To apply for a permit, you will need to provide your passport, a passport photo and a letter of admission from your institution to your local Statsfervaltningen (state administration). If you are from any other country, you will need to obtain a visa to study in Denmark. You will also need to have a residence permit before you arrive in the country.

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