When studying in Denmark you are also eligible to work 20 hours a week and full-time during the summer holiday.
To make sure your chances of studying in Denmark are high we first need to evaluate your grades and school qualifications to give you the best opportunities. You can choose to complete a full education or you can supplement your ongoing education.
Choose your program
Studying in Denmark has many benefits both educationally and socially. There are 741 different programs to choose from across multiple danish universities.
The world of education is hard to navigate and it’s crucial that every step is done correctly, contact us to set up a plan of action for your future education.
Qualifications to study in Denmark
To be eligible to study in Denmark you must meet non-negotiable qualifications
When you study in Denmark you’ll be studying in English therefore you’ll need a certificate of TOEFL or IELTS in English.
The need certificate is not hard to obtain and we are here to assist you the entire way.
You must be self-sufficient and this has to be proven to the Danish authorities. To be self-sufficient requires you to have €837 for every month you are in Denmark.
If you are bringing family you also have to be able to provide for them.