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Study Abroad in Denmark

Study Abroad in Denmark

Deciding to study abroad in Denmark means you could end up really experiencing everything possible during your student years, enjoying and absorbing a different culture in addition to your academic achievements.

However, unless you are a resident of either a Nordic or EU/EEA country, you will need to obtain a permit to study abroad in Denmark. The exception to this is if you have already had a permit issued to you by another Schengen nation.

How to study in Denmark ?

If you plan on staying for longer than three months – which is likely to be the case if you are hoping to study abroad in Denmark – you will need a residence permit rather than just a short term visa. If you mistakenly apply for both at the same time, your application for a visa will be rejected.

You will need your residence permit in order to get your life set up in readiness to study abroad in Denmark. For example, if you aren't registered you won't be able to get a library card, open a bank account or even join a local DVD rental store.

Study in Denmark :

If you are outside the EU/EEA, you should send in your application for a residence permit once you have received confirmation of your place from the institution where you want to study abroad in Denmark. You will not be able to start your residence permit application until your place has been secured and confirmed in writing.

Once you have your residence permit, you will need to formally enter the system; you should do this as soon as possible after you enter Denmark. You will need to enroll in the Civil Registration System; this can be completed at your local Citizen Service Centre. Once you have done this you will be given your all-important CPR number which will unlock all the facilities you need for your stay in Denmark.

If you are planning on studying in Denmark, it is a good idea to check in advance where you will be staying after you arrive. If there is a place for you on campus, you need to do no further research. However, if you will be staying off-campus, it's highly advisable to get an idea of where you might want to live. You may want to wait until you arrive to sign on the dotted line but doing your homework into transport links and the type of area could save you time once you are in Denmark. You won't be able to get your CPR number until you have a fixed residence so sorting out your accommodation is important in getting everything else in place too.

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