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"I like that we are all encouraged to be independent and encouraged to participate in the discussions", says one of the 18,000 foreign students currently studying in Denmark.  Danish education is problem-based and focuses on student participation, which is something many foreign students appreciate when studying in Denmark - as well as the many cultural offerings, the rich social life, free health care and much more.
Study in Denmark

Study in Denmark

Which courses are available in English? What is the lesson? Do I need a visa? How do I find accommodation? And how is the lifestyle, how high the cost of living? On this website you will find the answers:

Tina

Learning Danish

They say Danish is one of the hardest languages to learn!  But is that a myth or a distinct reality?

Lifestyle

Lifestyle

Many think of furniture design and architecture when they think of Danish lifestyle and culture. Yet today, Denmark is perhaps equally famous for food, films and sports.

Danes

Meet the Danes

What characterises the Danes as a people? Many non-Danes living in Denmark suggest that the Danes are open and welcoming. Others may call them reserved, especially during the long winter months.

Did you know

Danish higher education institutions offer more than 500 degree programmes and 1000 courses taught in English.

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