Requirements for Studying in Denmark

Studying in Denmark is an endearing prospect for many foreign students now-a-days. The Education Institutions in Denmark welcomes global students, teachers and researchers. Denmark also recommends high features education research opportunities and programs.

Danish education institutes and universities are acknowledged for their high quality research in areas like food, environmental sciences and biotechnology. Danish government offers social safety, free education and worldwide healthcare for all its citizens.

Denmark is situated in central Europe making it easy for people to travel anywhere in Europe using the Euro rail. The transport system is very inexpensive and the most of the people commute using bicycles as an environment affable appraise. The Danish people are sociable, and the country is safe and clean. A few more reasons that make education in Denmark ideal are:

  • Wide range of education opportunities
  • Hands on opportunities in terms of vocational training Exchange programs
  • Short term programs and summer schools
  • Opportunities for financial support
  • International recognition for degree and academic programs
  • Admission Requirements for studying in Denmark

Admission Requirements for studying in Denmark

There are some general requirements like English language, Tuition Fees and some other requirements have to know depends on level of study.

English language requirements

Denmark needs a high standard of English for all of its higher education programs. As a minimum, to study in Denmark, applicants to English-taught post-graduate and under-graduate programs must, prove English proficiency comparable to ‘English B’ in the Danish upper secondary school (gymnasium). Some programs require ‘English A’, which is one level higher than ‘English B’.

For education in Denmark, the language tests IELTS, TOEFL, and CAE (Cambridge ESOL examinations) are often used to prove a satisfactory proficiency in English. The score equivalents are determined by individual institutions, so be certain to check out the language requirements of the institute applied. These test requirements are not applicable to native English speakers.

Tuition Fees

For all students from EU (European Union)/EEA (European Economic Area) and for students participating in an exchange program, higher education in Denmark is usually provided free of charge. All other students from non EU and not participated exchange program are need to pay a tuition fee. Annual tuition fees for full-time graduate students range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro.

Also, students who, at the time of application, hold a Permanent Opholdstilladelse (permanent residence permit) or a Midlertidig Opholdstilladelse Mmf Varigt Ophold (temporary residence permit that can be upgraded to a permanent one) or a Residence permit as the accompanying child of a non-EU/EEA parent holding a residence permit based on employment (ยง9a of the Danish Aliens Act – text in Danish) do not need to pay for tuition.

Requirements upon the level of study

There are different eligibility criteria for Undergraduate, Degree, Masters and PhD Programs in Denmark. Here are some basic requirements for these programs to any foreign student aspiring to study in Denmark.

Requirements for undergraduate studies

Admission requirements for Bachelor programs are: An entrance examination comparable to a Danish upper secondary school leaving certificate and Proof of proficiency in English.

Certain programs to study in Denmark have additional admission requirements, such as practical work experience or previous study of a specific subject area.

Requirements for postgraduate studies

Admission requirements for Candidatus/Master programs study in Denmark are: An internationally recognized Bachelor’s degree of a good standard or equivalent, proof of proficiency in English, and if the program is taught in Danish, proof of proficiency in Danish.

Requirements for PhD studies

To apply for a PhD study in Denmark, one generally needs to have a Master’s/Candidatus degree or equivalent. In some places, a four-year PhD program is offered to students who have completed a Bachelor’s qualification along with one year of study at postgraduate level.

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