Denmark is one of the emerging educational hubs in Europe because of its high academic standards and modern teaching methodology for many international students. The modern social welfare state with its good research based learning atmosphere, interdisciplinary studies and project-based activities along with clean and safe environment and attractive business atmosphere made it more popular destination among international student.
Depending upon the level of study and the program chosen, the admission requirements, application procedures and deadline for submitting application may vary in Denmark.
Admission requirements vary according to level of study and program chosen.
International students are eligible for admission to undergraduate programs if they hold qualifications comparable to a Danish qualifying examination. Admission requirements may also vary from institution to institution.
All programs require a high proficiency in English. For admission to programs in Danish, student must also prove sufficient command of Danish by taking The Study test of Danish as a Foreigner or The Danish Test 2. Some programs may even require that student have passed The Danish Test. Moreover, some of the study programs have additional admission requirements, such as specific subjects or level of subjects, practical work experience etc.
Admission requirements for PhD studies are at least a master level qualification recognized internationally.
The international students being a foreign national are required to have a residence permit to be eligible to continue their education in any educational institution of Denmark.
Scholarships and Financial aid are available for International Students in Denmark. Scholarship and Tuition Fee Waiver is awarded for a full degree or for part of a degree at undergraduate level for certain study programs only. The minimum duration of a scholarship and tuition fee waiver is one academic year and is awarded only to full time studies.
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