In North West Europe Kingdom of Denmark is a Nordic country which is the Southernmost of the Scandinavian countries, consists of a Peninsula, Jutland and an Archipelago of many Islands, with the largest being Zealand , Funes and the North Jutlandica. Denmark language is Danish and currency Danish k. Even though majority of Denmark’s population are Scandinavians, the country has a liberal, tolerant and egalitarian stance which welcomes all races and ethnicities. People of Denmark are a quiet people and the country has a liberal alcohol culture.
Denmark is an ideal country for international students. Students can earn 5500-6000 DKK per month if they work at least 10 hours a week ,and tuition and education is paid by the government. Denmark higher education is free for students from the EU/EEA and for students participating in an exchange program for other students annual tuition fees from 6000 to 16000 Euro. You can also study for free in Denmark if you already have either a permanent or a temporary residence permit. Evidence of language proficiency like IELTS, TRF is mandatory in most of the colleges of Denmark. Student visa application form that comes from Denmark and you can receive this form after the payment of tuition fee.
Top Universities in Denmark
1.University of Copenhagen
2.Technical University of Denmark
4.Copenhagen Business School
5.University of Southern Denmark
Short Stay : The students studying in Denmark for less than three months will need to apply for a tourist visa.
Long -Term stay (Residence Permit)
Majority of the students in Denmark live in off-campus students halls as it is generally very easy to travel into City Centers. In the event the idea of students hall does not appeal to you then you can choose to rent a room. In Denmark cost of living is usually high. In Copenhagen it can cost up to 1150 Euro for a month and in smaller cities such as Aalborg average about 800-900 Euro for a month.
Scholarships For International Students
There are several scholarships available for students provided by the Danish government under the cultural agreements. These are aimed a highly qualified international students wishing to immerse themselves in fields of study associated with Denmark. They are mainly available to those undertaking master’s and PhD courses, or bachelor’s.
PR in Denmark
You need to have had regular full time employment or been self-employed in Denmark for at least 3 years and 6 months during the 4 years prior to the date the immigration in order to qualify for a permanent residence permit.
Application Methods and Procedures:
Sri Lankans require visa for travelling to Denmark as tourists, the stay is usually short with a period of 90 days. Visa expires in 90 days. Applicant is required to be present when applying for visa and following documents are required.
Application – Check lists attached
Aarhus city is a breath of fresh air with young residents, historically a thriving nucleus of inventiveness. It is the second largest city of Denmark.
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, it encapsulates topic Scandinavian charm. This is a fishing village a progressive urban stronghold is an eminently attractive destination.
Herning is a small town but packing the punch of a big city. This is a place that will continually surprise you. Herning chooses innovation over tradition a choice that can be felt in the unexpectedly explosive art and culture.
Kolding is one of Denmark’s friendliest town and it captures a unique blend of the charmingly old world and the determinedly modern. Students will fall in love with this city.