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Denmark is one of the most popular international study locations in Europe thanks to its low study costs, high-quality English-taught degree courses and innovative teaching methods. Danish qualifications are recognised throughout the world and provide an excellent foundation for your future career.
Whichever subject you choose to study in Denmark you can expect outstanding academic standards that are recognised worldwide.

Many programmes also include credit-earning internships, offering students the opportunity to gain valuable work experience.Denmark is the country in the Scandinavia which invests most capital in education and second in the world.

Although Denmark’s no tuition fee policy is very attractive to EU students, living costs are generally higher than most places, well above the European average.
A rough estimate of your overall monthly living costs in Denmark would amount to 800 – 1,200 EUR monthly.
Cost of living in Denmark is 40.76% higher than in Taiwan. Rent in Denmark is 94.75% higher than in Taiwan.

Denmark offers a wide variety of possibilities for working after graduation.

Upon graduation from a Danish higher education institution, your residence permit will remain valid for an additional six months, allowing you to seek employment in Denmark.

The Danish healthcare system offers equal and universal access for all residents. As an international student and resident in Denmark you will have access to free medical treatments with some exceptions, such as dental care and physiotherapy. Although you will need the travel insurance to apply for visa.

Non-EU students may work in Denmark for up to 20 hours a week and full-time during June, July and August. However, this requires a work permit sticker in your passport. If you did not apply for a work permit when applying for a residence permit to study in Denmark, you can apply for one at the Danish Immigration Service.

How to apply for at residence permit to study in Denmark
http://www.nyidanmark.dk/en-us/coming_to_dk/studies/how_to_apply.htm

If you plan to stay in Denmark for more than three months – beside the visa – you will need a residence permit which will take 60 days up to 6 months.

語言學校

Language Schools

Most Danes speak English quite well. Nevertheless, being able to speak some Danish will benefit you both socially and if you want to look for a job. They say Danish is one of the hardest languages to learn!
As an international student or employee in Denmark you can take Danish language lessons free of charge.
To sign up you need a Danish CPR number (i.e. ID number).

其他學校

Other Schools

Danish universities are known for being leaders in terms of innovation, as they are keen in investing in world class research facilities.

Denmark offers a wide variety of possibilities for working after graduation.

Upon graduation from a Danish higher education institution, your residence permit will remain valid for an additional six months, allowing you to seek employment in Denmark.

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