Study in Denmark | phoenixchd STUDY IN DENMARK




The Kingdom of Denmark is a sovereign country in Europe bordered by Germany, Sweden, Norway, and the United Kingdom. Copenhagen is its capital as well as the largest city. Other major cities are Aarhus, Odense, and Aalborg. Its currency is Danish krone (Kr.) and the official language is Danish. The country is a part of the European Union and the Schengen area. It is one of the most developed countries in the world. It is an agriculturally prosperous nation and exports manufactured food across the world. It is ranked among the countries with the highest standard of living. Denmark has made education compulsory for children below the age of 15 years. The government of Denmark has always regarded education to be a priority and provides free basic education. Therefore, the literacy rate is more than 99%. It has one of the best higher education systems in the world with a focus on professional knowledge and practical experience. The expenditure including accommodation and food equals around INR 40,000 per month.

Some popular courses in Denmark are:

Bachelor’s program

Scholarships – The students can apply for full/partial fee waivers in their respective institutions. In some cases, grants to cover living costs are also provided. The decision to provide grant/ scholarship is solely made by the authorities of the educational institution.

Working facilities – Non-EU students above the age of 18 years can work for up to 20 hours per week and full time during vacations (June, July, August).

Developed country – Denmark is a country known for the superior quality of life, care for human rights and safety of women. Not surprisingly, it has a very high Human Development Index.

Top ranking universities – Danish universities rank high in QS Top Universities ranking. The University of Copenhagen is known to have a very high research output.

Innovative coursework – Education in Denmark is of international standards. A vibrant teaching style and engrossing coursework maintain the interest of students to study in Denmark.

• Medicine
1. Global Nutrition and Health (Metropolitan University College, Copenhagen)
2. Public Health (University of Copenhagen)
3. Medicine (University of Copenhagen)
4. Health Informatics (University of Copenhagen)
5. Medicine and Technology (University of Copenhagen)
6. Molecular Biomedicine (University of Copenhagen)

• Engineering
Manufacturing and Operations Engineering (Aalborg University)
2. Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (Aalborg University)
3. Engineering (Innovation and Business) (University of Southern Denmark)
4. Electronics and Computer Engineering (Aalborg University)
5. Automation Engineering (University College of Northern Denmark)
6. Mechatronics (University of Southern Denmark)
7. Robotics (Aalborg University)

• Commerce and Management
1. Business, Economics and IT (Copenhagen School of Design and Technology)
2. Design, Technology and Business (Copenhagen School of Design and Technology)
3. Economics and Business Administration (Aalborg University)
4. Marketing Management (University College of Northern Denmark)
5. Financial Management (University College of Northern Denmark)
6. International Shipping and Trade (Copenhagen Business School)

• Humanities
1. Language and International Studies (Aalborg University)
2. Psychology (University of Copenhagen)
3. Teacher Education (University College South Denmark, Haderslev)
4. Cognitive Science (Aarhus University, Copenhagen)
5. Natural and Cultural Heritage Management (University College of Northern Denmark, Aalborg)

Master’s Program

• Medicine
1. Biology-Biotechnology (University of Copenhagen)
2. Environmental Chemistry and Health (University of Copenhagen)
3. Molecular Biomedicine (University of Copenhagen)

• Engineering
1. Environmental Engineering (University of Southern Denmark, Odense)
2. Civil and Architectural Engineering (Aarhus University)
3. Electrical Engineering (Aarhus University)
4. Computer Engineering (Aarhus University)
5. Mechanical Engineering (Aarhus University)
6. Nanobiotechnology (Aalborg University)
7. Chemical Engineering (Aalborg University)

• Commerce and Management
1. Economics and Business Administration (Roskilde University)
2. Management in the Building Industry (Aalborg University)
3. Digital Innovation and Management (IT University of Copenhagen)
4. Economics and Business Administration – Information Management (Aarhus University)
5. Quantitative Economics (Aarhus University)

• Humanities and arts
1. International Public Administration and Politics (Roskilde University)
2. Philosophy (Aarhus University)
3. The European Master of Science in Occupational Therapy (University College Absalon)
4. Political Science (Aarhus University)
5. Global Studies (Roskilde University)



1. Medical fitness
2. IELTS score of 6.5 and above
3. Completed class XII (for graduation) and graduation (for post-graduation)
4. Some universities also require the students to go through an entrance exam and interview.


1. Birth certificate
2. A valid passport
3. IELTS scorecard
4. Curriculum Vitae
5. Health insurance
6. Statement of Purpose
7. Medical fitness certificate
8. Police Clearance Certificate
9. Completed application form
10. An appropriate source of funding
11. 4 passport size colour photographs (background should be white)
12. Mark sheet of class XII (for graduation) and of class XII and graduation (for post-graduation)

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