Studying in Denmark is free.
You can study more than 700 degree programs in English. The student-teacher relationship is known to be very open and free – you’re welcome to question teachers and their opinions as long as it comes from a positive place. Additionally, working alongside your classmates through group projects is a major part of the learning process at Danish universities. There are eight different universities in Denmark.
Students in Denmark receive significant funding from the Danish Government – they get paid to study. If you’re an exchange student, you can read about it here.
How much does it cost to study in Denmark?
Tuition is free for students from the European Union. After five years of study in Denmark, students from the EU can get public support for studying by way of “Statens Uddannelsesstøtte” (SU), which is approximately 5.000 DK a month. However, as an EU citizen you’re eligible to SU immediately if you work more than 10 hours per week. If you receive SU on that premise, be sure to work at least 10 hours a week or you’ll be required to pay back some of the SU.
For more information:
If you’re looking for inspiration you should check out Study in Denmark’s website or facebook. You can find the website here, and the facebook site here. The website has a lot of information on studying in Denmark and almost everything about the different studies, and where to take them.
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