Denmark

Study in Denmark.

Why Denmark?

Denmark is the smallest as well as the most southerly and most low-lying of the three Scandinavian countries and consists of the peninsula of Jutland and an archipelago of more than 400 islands of which 72 are inhabited. Denmark borders Germany to the south, is connected to Sweden by a road and rail bridge, and has a tidal coastline of 7,314 km. Denmark’s main export partners are Germany, Sweden, and the US, while its main import partners are Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The Danish labor market is known for its high job mobility. A major reason for the high degree of mobility is that there are practically no barriers when changing jobs. Therefore, there are always interesting job openings.

Denmark is the smallest as well as the most southerly and most low-lying of the three Scandinavian countries and consists of the peninsula of Jutland and an archipelago of more than 400 islands of which 72 are inhabited. Denmark borders Germany to the south, is connected to Sweden by a road and rail bridge, and has a tidal coastline of 7,314 km. Denmark’s main export partners are Germany, Sweden, and the US, while its main import partners are Germany, Sweden, and the Netherlands. The Danish labor market is known for its high job mobility. A major reason for the high degree of mobility is that there are practically no barriers when changing jobs. Therefore, there are always interesting job openings.

As one of the best locations to study in Europe, Denmark provides quality higher education programs to international students. Denmark's public and private investment in the development of new qualifications and skills is one of the highest in Europe. The idea is to maintain a highly-qualified and well-educated workforce that can succeed in a global knowledge economy. Many universities will offer scholarships, grants, and/or financial aid to help fund your education, though not all scholarships are available to international students. The outdoor activities which can be found here are unique and fascinating to international students. Denmark is a gold mine for students wishing to study history, anthropology, geography, the social sciences, and many more. It boasts an abundance of historical sites and museums, which showcase thousands of years of culture and tradition of the Nordic people.