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About Denmark

Denmark is the smallest and most austral of the three Scandinavian countries and consists of more than 400 islands of which 72 are populous. Denmark’s south border of Germany is connected to Sweden by railroad and bridge. Denmark correlates the Boreal Kingdom and can be distributed in two areas -the Atlantic mixed forest and Baltic mixed forests. It has a mild and pleasant climate. Due to Denmark’s northern location, there is large seasonal variation in daylight. In winters sun comes around 8:45 and sunset at 3:45 pm and in summer Sunrise at 4:30 am and sunset at 10 pm.

Copenhagen the most populated city, is the capital of Denmark.It is situated on the eastern bank of the Island of Zealand and the other part is of the city connected to Amager. Kroner is the currency of Denmark that is closely related to the Euro . It is called Danish Kroner in English. Denmark’s national language is Danish. English is the second most spoken language by Danes with high proficiency. Denmark has a mixed economy, it heavily depends on human power but it also exporter of Manufactured goods, chemicals, fuels and food items. Denmark offers high-quality educational courses and diplomas to worldwide students.

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Why study in Denmark

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Why study in Denmark
Mention study abroad destinations to any young boy or a girl today and the answers you will get are USA, UK, Ireland, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Well, undoubtedly all these countries have been an obvious choice for billions of students traditionally.

However, one country from Europe especially the Nordic region has become popular for the past several years. And the country we are talking about is:
~ The happiest place in the world
~ The second most peaceful country in the world (based on standards of health, welfare, and education)
~ The least corrupted country in the world (2008 Global Peace Index)
~ The highest level of income equality in the world (2008 Corruption Perceptions Index)
Yes, I am talking about studying in Denmark.
In a four-part series beginning today I shall talk about education in Denmark (part I), higher education and courses offered in English (part II), Denmark’s economy, job opportunities and green card scheme (part III) and studying business in Denmark second oldest Aarhus Business School.
Denmark has several universities; the largest and oldest are the University of Copenhagen (founded 1479) university of Aarhus (founded 1928).
Education in Denmark
The Danish education system is divided into various parts. First, ten years of school attendance is called Folkeskole.
Following graduation from Folkeskolen, there are several other educational opportunities, including Gymnasium(academically-oriented upper secondary education), Higher Preparatory Examination (HF) (one year shorter thanGymnasium), Higher Technical Examination Programme (HTX) (with focus on mathematics and engineering), and higher Commercial Examination Programme (HHX) (with a focus on trade and business), as well as vocational education.
All these courses train young people for work in specific trades by a combination of teaching and apprenticeship.
Gymnasium, HF, HTX and HHX aim at qualifying students for higher education in universities and colleges.
What makes education in Denmark special?
An academic tradition combining excellence with an innovative culture for both teaching and research; a typical class consisting of lectures as well as discussions in small groups; an internationally oriented wide variety of programmes (that too in English); an open-minded population with global outlook; institutions of higher education collaborating with business life and research institutions — all this and much more creates an enriching learning environment. And that makes studies in Denmark a truly world-class experience.
The results of a recent survey on international students in Denmark showed that students enjoy their stay in Denmark because they feel it is a safe place to live.
Of the 2,800 international students surveyed
~ 92 per cent would recommend studying in Denmark to other students
~ 75 per cent are considering staying in Denmark to work
~ 82 per cent think Denmark is a safe country
~ Survey conducted by SIRIUS, 2006 (based on standards of health, welfare, and education)
Special introduction for international students
As mentioned above, international students have many pleasant surprises in store for them in Denmark. A lot of institutions have a buddy system in practice wherein they send a buddy to meet you on arrival. S/he will help you get settled, meet other students and deal with practical matters in your first weeks in Denmark.
Institutions also organise special orientation programmes and short-term courses in Danish language and culture during the same.
These programmes and the courses provide international students with another opportunity to familiarise them with their host country and meet other international and Danish students.
Social life
At most institutions of higher education, social life is vital and varied. The students themselves are the driving force behind parties, cafés, excursions and student politics. Fredagsbar, as the Danish name indicates is an open café; usually held on Fridays, is very popular among the domestic as well as international student community.
Leisure and sports activities
For students interested in sports activities, there are plenty of options both on campus and in public and private clubs and organizations.
Education institutions suggest & arrange for accommodation options as soon as you are accepted. Generally, there are several accommodation options:
~ Room in a residence hall (collegium), 240-400 Euros/month.
~ Room in a family home, 200-500 Euros/month
~ Flat for rent: Prices vary considerably depending on either on an individual basis or sharing with other students

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Student jobs
International students from outside the EU can apply for a work permit as part of their residence permit which entitles them to work for up to 15 hours a week during the semester, and full time during the summer holiday, that is, in June, July and August.

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Universities and colleges in Denmark

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Student Visa Requirements

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Student visa requirements

Student Visa Denmark, Students Visa Requirements for Study in Denmark: Application Form, Process Procedure for Study in Denmark Visa- A visa is issued for the purpose of a short stay (less than 3 months) in Denmark and other Schengen countries. Employment is not permitted during the stay covered by the visa. Foreign citizens who are exempted from basic visa requirements can stay, but not work, in the Schengen region up to 3 months. For sojourns or residence permits longer than 3 months as well as stays in connection with studies or employment, including work as au pair, a residence and/or work permit is required. However, special rules apply to citizens from the Nordic Countries, the EU Member States as well as Switzerland and Liechtenstein.
Documents required are:-
Valid national passport or other valid travel identification.
Two passport photos.
An invitation, if possible, from your reference in Denmark, with information about the persons you will visit, as well as name and address, purpose of your visit, and a description of the relationship between you and your reference in Denmark.
Information about CPR number and Alien Identification number (if applicable) of your reference in Denmark.

You may in some cases be asked to produce additional documentation when submitting your application. In most cases, you will be charged a processing fee. As such, it is a good idea to contact the diplomatic mission in question prior to submitting your visa application.

You are advised not to purchase closed airline tickets or travel insurance before the diplomatic mission confirms that you are eligible for a visa.

Upon submitting the application candidates are also required to submit a copy of their passport. Original passports would only be required for authentication. The embassy has the reserved right for any other authentication. Incomplete applications would not be accepted. Visa processing takes about three weeks. All regulations consular fees or services are subject to change without any prior notice.


Embassy in india

11 Golf Links
New Delhi
Phone: +91-11-4209-0700
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Denmark Consulate, India
L& T House, Narottam Morarjee Marg,
Ballard Estate
400 001
Phone: +91-22-2261-4462 +91-22-2268-5656
Fax: +91-22-2270-3749

Denmark Consulate , India
McLeod House
3 Netaji Subhash Road
700 001
Phone: +91-33-22108251 +91-33-22482411
Fax: +91-33-22480482

Denmark Consulate, India

9 Cathedral Road
600 086
Phone: +91-44-2812-8140 +91-44-2812-8141
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Confederation of Danish Industry –
Danish Exporters –
Danish Export Association –
Invest in Denmark –
Statistics Denmark –
Trade Council of Denmark –
The Danish Yellow Pages (only in Danish) –

Trade fairs
Bella Center –
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Financial information, Taxations and Investments
Financial Newspaper – Børsen –
National Bank Denmark-
Danske Bank –
Copenhagens Stock Exchange – CSE –
Euro Investor –
Copenhagen Capacity – Foreign Investment Agency –

Danish Agricultural Council (Danish) –
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Medicon Valley – Agency for Medicon ValleyAlliance –
Science, Technology and Innovation –

The Danish Association of Biotechnology Industries –

R&D, Information and Engineering Technologies
Danish Energy Agency –
Energy and Oil Associations (Danish)
Iron and Metal Industry –

Maritime & Transport Information
Copenhagen – Malmö Port –
Danish Ports –
Copenhagen Airports –
DSB- Danish trains –
Maritime Denmark (Danish) –
CFL Cargo –
Danish Transport and logistics (Danish) –

Space Technologies
Danish National Space Center –
DTU – Danish Technology University –

Tourist Information
Visit Denmark –
Visit Copenhagen –
Tivoli –
Maps of Denmark –
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