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A Scandinavian country, Denmark is a beautiful country of royal palaces and colorful Nyhavn harbor. Studying in Study in DenmarkDenmark can be an incredible experience, with many top ranked and low-fee universities, in different cities of the country. Denmark’s universities offer many undergraduate and graduate degree courses of your choice taught by top-qualified and recognized instructors from around the world. Students deciding to study in Denmark must, therefore, prepare for their educational journey well in advance so as to have a truly enjoyable experience both inside and outside of classroom.

Tuition fee Structure:

English-taught Bachelor degree programs are offered in a variety of fields and are competitive to get admission to,Study in Denmark so future planning for study in Denmark is paramount. Internationally-ranked universities for example Aarhus University and Aalborg University, can charge students around 10,000 EUR to 36000 EUR. Low-cost universities like Roskilde University and Aalborg Business College, have tuition rates ranging from 5000 EUR to 15000 EUR. Many degree programs may have their own fee requirements but at a standard rate, international students can expect to pay the aforementioned tuition rates for their study in Denmark. Tuition rates also vary in public and private universities with public universities charging international students anywhere from 5000 EUR to 15000 EUR and private universities with tuition rates from 1000 EUR to 36000 EUR.
Masters degree programs are also offered in a variety of fields from many top-ranked universities for example Study in DenmarkCopenhagen University, and while top universities may charge students more, students should expect standard rates from 12000 EUR to 15000 EUR, depending on the program of study. While the mentioned tuition rates are average for study in Denmark, some highly specialized courses for example medicine can cost well over 35000 EUR. It is very important to not that all higher education programs in Denmark require a high standard of English.

Language Requirement:

Applicants to English-taught bachelors and graduate degree programs must prove that they have a good command over the English Language with English Proficiency tests; IELTS and TOEFL. The estimate of the standard scores for each proficiency tests are: TOEFL 79-93, IELTS 6.5. Living costs vary when it comes to different areas of Denmark with Copenhagen being the most expensive but fairly average cost of living can be from 300 EUR to 900 EUR.


The main intake for Danish universities is September intake but there are few universities which also offer February intake for some courses. The deadline varies from university to university.

Work Limit:

International students in Denmark can also work 20 hours a week and full-time during June, July, August, providing they’ve applied for residence permit as well.

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