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A developed country, the Danes enjoy a high standard of living and the country ranks highly on some national performance metrics, including education, healthcare, protection of civil liberties, democratic governance, and LGBT equality. Denmark is one of the founding members of NATO, the Nordic Council, the OECD, the OSCE, and the United Nations; It is also part of the Schengen area. Denmark also has close ties to its Scandinavian neighbors linguistically, and the Danish language is partially mutually intelligible with Norwegians and Swedes.
- IBA INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ACADEMY
- VIA University College
- Aarhus University
- Dania Academy University of Applied Sciences
- Neils Brock
- Zealand Institute of Business and Technology
- Business Academy of Aarhus
- Absalon University College, Kalundborg
Education in Denmark is compulsory for children under the age of 15 or 16, although it is not compulsory to attend Folkeskole (“public school”). Folkeskole covers the entire period of compulsory education covering pre-school, primary, and lower secondary education.
Business schools offer two-year professional academics; Some business academies also offer professional undergraduate courses.
Danish universities offer profession-specific tertiary education, also known as upper secondary education (MVU) and diploma courses, but do not offer university education at the graduate level. Institutions of architecture and art offer various degree courses in fine arts and applied arts. In Universities mostly all the course’s medium of instruction is in English, in Bachelor’s, Master’s, Ph.D., exchange, and summer school.
- Life sciences.
- Sustainability studies.
- Hospitality management.
- Health science.
Tuition costs range between 6,000 – 16,000 EUR/academic year. It can vary according to the university and the program which the student chose. There are few programs for which the tuition cost goes higher than the above said.
Cost of living differs based on the students’ habits, like how much they spend on shopping and leisure, how much they travel, and so on. On average International students need between 800-1250 Euro per month to live in Denmark. And More, if the student is living in the capital city, Copenhagen.
Fall intake : September
Spring Intake: February
Scholarships offered by universities to non-EU/EEA citizens are funded by the Danish government.
Refer university website, admission or funding, scholarship page to check the university scholarship offers and how /if you can apply.