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A well-balanced family and work life, an excellent business climate and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why many foreigners want to come to Denmark. In recent years, Denmark has attracted foreign workers in a wide range of areas, and the expectation is that in the future even more foreigners who are willing to be part of the Danish work force and society will be needed.
Work in Denmark

Looking for a job in Denmark?

On Workindenmark.dk, international jobseekers and Danish companies connect. Here, you can get assistance to assess job opportunities and advice on how to apply for jobs in Denmark.

New to Denmark

Residence and Work Permits

On Newtodemark.dk you can find all the information you need on visa, asylum, residence permits and everything else related to coming to live or work in Denmark.

Expat in Denmark

Expat in Denmark

Are you looking for a network in Denmark? Expatindenmark.com tries to make Denmark a more attractive place to work and live in by setting up and maintaining national, regional and local expat networks.

International House Copenhagen

International House Copenhagen

International House Copenhagen helps international citizens living in the greater Copenhagen area get at good start by offering a wide range of services under one roof. International House offers help with paperwork, job searching, networking, finding leisure time activities and much more.


Nine tips if you are new to Denmark

Based on the blogs written by our foreign bloggers at denmark.dk we put together this list of nine things you should be aware of if you are new to Denmark.


Volunteer work in Denmark

Denmark has a very strong tradition for volunteer organisations and 35 per cent of the Danes do some kind of volunteer work. The explanation is found in tradition, social trust and the logic of the welfare state.


Meet the Danes

 What characterises the Danes as a people? Many non-Danes living in Denmark suggest that the Danes are open and welcoming.

Did you know

10.1 per cent of the Danish population are immigrants or descendants of immigrants.