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Denmark, an efficient and orderly country, has a high reputation for academic excellence. This northern country, which welcomes visitors with impressive natural beauties, draws attention to its success in education. Denmark is the choice of students not only from Europe but also from many parts of the world.
With higher education institutions dating back to 1479, Denmark has a long tradition in the field of education. There are five types of institutions in Denmark. These are universities, university colleges, artistic higher education institutions, maritime education, and business schools.
Universities offer undergraduate, graduate and doctoral programs in a wide range of fields. University colleges prepare students for careers by offering professional vocational courses. Art institutions are specialized schools that offer art and design courses. Maritime education and training institutions offer research and practice-oriented courses. Business academies offer two-year Academy Profession programs and Professional Bachelor degrees. Denmark is part of the Bologna Process, so the degree you have earned at a Danish institution is internationally recognized.
Denmark has 8 universities as well as many other higher education institutions. You will find 5 of the Danish universities in the top 500 in the QS World University Ranking in 2019. The highest institution is the 112th Denmark Technical University.
In Denmark, university education is paid. The tuition fees vary between 6 thousand and 16 thousand Euros per year. The first condition for acceptance is to attend the LYS exam. The lessons you take in high school are also effective.
The average monthly living costs vary between 700-1000 Euro. Dormitory fees are 300-500 per month and home rents are around 500 Euro. Students mostly prefer graduate programs in business, technology, economics, and finance.
Success in previous academic levels plays a major role in admission to graduate programs as well as language proficiency.
Danish public universities offer scholarships to students from outside the European Union according to academic achievement. It is rare for a student who does not pass the language level to get admission to condition that he/she prepares to study in the country but he/she still needs an intermediate level of English.
In Denmark, students have a work permit of 15 hours per week. Apart from this, graduates are entitled to a job search for 6 months.
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