Study in Denmark.
Denmark invests large sums in education. Public expenditure on education amounts to 8% of GDP, making Denmark the number one public education spender in the world and creating high standards in education – also in an international perspective.
Some of the characteristics of Danish higher education are: high academic standards, active study environments, interdisciplinary studies and project-based activities.
Denmark has a dynamic and informal study environment. Apart from attending lectures,students work together in groups, where each member is expected to contribute actively to discussions and paper-writing as well as being able to work independently. The students’ own critical and analytical initiative is a very important element of higher education in Denmark. This study form requires a lot of hard and independent work, which is academically rewarding for the individual student.
Besides above the following attracts international students to Denmark:
- You can easily manage in English.
- Well-organized and safe country with a clean environment
- Innovative education system of high international quality
- Informal study environment with close contact between students and teachers
Living in Denmark
Many international students will find that Denmark is a very expensive place to live. The present living expenses for the average student in Denmark are estimated to approximately DKK 5,000 per month.
Prices can vary considerably, depending on where you live and where you shop. The capital Copenhagen is in general more expensive than outside Copenhagen. The following might give you some idea of the living costs:
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