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Undergraduate Postgraduate 
FA/Fsc or A levels certificate FA/Fsc or A levels certificate
Danish language or English language proficiency according to your selected program.  Undergraduate degree for graduate admission or Graduate degree in an appropriate subject for postgraduate admission
Photocopy of your passport or id card Danish language or English language proficiency according to your selected program. 
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  • Letter of admission approval. 

  • Proof of language proficiency.

  • Receipt of payment in college for admission.

  • Statement of purpose.

  • Photocopy of all previous educational records.

  • Recent picture and other proof of your identity.

  • Complete student visa application form.

  • Bank statement with sufficient fund.

In Denmark mostly, the admissions deadline is mid of march and you can fill all the admission requirements before July. whereas the course starts in august or September. However, some universities take some additional intakes in Jan. or Feb. And the application forms are available mostly on the universities site before 2 months of deadline of admissions.

  • Yes, you can get a scholarship in Denmark if you are determined. Some scholarships are:

  • The Danish government scholarships under the Cultural agreements.

  • Erasmus Mundus scholarship programs in Denmark.

  • Danish government scholarships for highly qualified Non-EU/EEA students.

  • IIT university of Copenhagen state scholarships.

  • Danish government scholarship at university of Denmark.

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Mostly international students’ priorities to study in English language. So good news is as an international student in Denmark you can choose between more then 700-degree programmes And 1300 courses taught entirely in English. But if your first language is not English you have to prove your English language proficiency.

  • Cheapest degrees fee lies between: 6000 EUR/year.

  • Average annual tuition: 12000 to 15000 EUR/Year.

  • Highly specialized courses can reach over: 35000 EUR/Year

Mostly Denmark universities do not have a tradition for on-campus housing. Mostly students live in Student halls of residences situated some distance from campus but it is not the point to worry Because accommodation in Denmark for students is affordable.

Mostly English taught higher educational programs in Denmark requires a high standard of English.So, yes IELTS or TOFFEL is required.

  • Accept your letter.

  • Enroll in your courses.

  • Pay your admission fee.

  • Get your student visa.

Yes, as an international student you have a right to hold the job while studying. As well as you can also avail the opportunity to seek full time employment after your completion of studies.

Denmark is the happiest and strong country to live and study. After your higher education Denmark provide you many opportunities to boost you career and work experience.  For job after educationyou must have a work permit. however, student residence PR includes additional 6 months residence after the end of study so that you can find your employment easily. And the best advise is to stay and get job in will really affect in a good way to your career.

Yes, but after continuously 8 years of living in Denmark a person can apply for permanent PR or citizenship.

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