Study in Denmark

Study in Denmark


  • Denmark is a kingdom of progressive society with prosperous cities and a heavenly landscape.
  • It is the gateway to most of Europe the major capital city of different Scandinavian countries is just a few hours flight from Denmark.
  • It is also considered as one of the safest countries with freedom for the individual, equal opportunities, respect, and tolerance as their core values.
  • A healthy work-life balance, as well as free education and health care for all, is ensured by “The Danish Welfare Model”. A balanced lifestyle with time for both work and leisure can be experienced in Denmark.
  • The freedom of religion, no discrimination based on Gender, Race, and sexual orientation is guaranteed by the Danish Law.
  • The Danish people are regarded as the happiest people in the world as they believe of everything will be alright is rooted in their minds.

Why Denmark?

Your habit and attitude towards your personal life are influenced by the learning environment and the place you live in. There are many reasons to study in Denmark, some of them are listed below.

  • Top Ranking Universities are available.
  • Quality education with friendly, safe, and innovation-driven enrollment is available there.
  • The Danish education system encourages them to express their opinions freely which broadens their knowledge.
  • Scholarship, grant, and financial aid are offered by colleges and universities.
  • Denmark is one of the happiest countries in the world because of the high level of equality and a strong sense of common responsibility for social welfare.
  • The Danish Welfare State is supported by all ten political parties in parliament and none of them supports the dismantling.
  • The exotic cuisine can be experienced in Denmark.
  • Denmark is popular for diverse Geography and also for Outdoor activities.

Education in Denmark

  • Creativity, innovation, analytical and critical thinking are promoted by the Danish Educational System.
  • Danish institutions are state of the art and offer students free access to computers, libraries, and Wi-Fi on campus.
  • The industry experts and internationally recognized organization undertake the students as an intern where they can be up-to-date with the learning environment.
  • The needs of the global labor market are meet by bonding the global partnerships between different aspects of development. Furthermore, the public research institute ensures that study and research in Denmark reflect the latest knowledge.
  • The combination of traditional lectures and tutorials help you to develop strong problem-solving skills. The education system encourages you to express yourself, your ideas and helps you to pursue experiment collaboratively with others.
  • The colleges and universities often hand over the college project that helps you to treat with real-life challenges and draw your ability to use your ideas and think openly.
  • You can experience a friendly and relaxed environment during your stay in Denmark. The teachers encourage students to debate openly during lectures and classes to enhance their knowledge.
  • Additionally, diversity within a class will help you to learn about the different cultures from around the world. The collaborative projects will help you to understand the perspectives of your mates. Moreover, most of the tutors are part-time researchers and ensure you up-to-the-minute academic knowledge in your field.

Living cost:

Denmark shouldn’t blow your budget if you make a reliable choice for living such as cycling to University and eating at home. Living in Copenhagen is more expensive than in smaller cities. A rough estimate of your overall monthly living cost in Denmark would amount to 6300-9000DKK Monthly. Living in big cities may go as high as 9000DKK/Monthly however you will be able to keep your costs lower at around 5500DKKK/Monthly if you plan to live in a smaller town.

TypeApproximate Cost of Living per Month
For Accommodation and Utilities2500-4000 DKK ( Rs. 45,425-72,680)
For Insurance200 DKK (Rs. 3,634)
For Books and Supplies150 DKK (Rs2, 725.5.)
For Internet150 DKK (Rs.2,725.5)
For Food 1500 -2000DKK (Rs.27,255-36,340)
For Transport300 DKK (Rs.5,451)
Other Personal Expenses1500/2000 DKK (Rs.27,255-36,340)

Selling rate on 2020/02/09 is 1DKK= 18.17)

If you don’t speak Danish, finding a student job is not always easy. However, some places where foreign language skills are needed may provide you the job. Normally students work at bars or restaurants, newspaper distribution, and telemarketing. Moreover, you must pay tax on all your earnings in Denmark- and on those- you earn abroad. 

Requirement and Procedure
Intakes: January and September
Deadlines: October 01 for Jan and May 01 for Sep
 Undergraduate
Duration: 3 years
Academic Requirements:
 +2 with a maximum of 50%
 IELTS: 6.0(5.5)
 Gap: Up to 5 Years ( Justification certificate is required)
 Required Documents:
1. All-Academic Certificate
2. English Proficiency Score
3. Passport
4. Experience certificate if the gap
5. Fee: 12000 Euro per year and 9 months (8,800 Euro) fee should be paid at first

 IBS(available only for September Intake)
Minimum Requirement:
1. 3 years Bachelors in Management with a minimum of 45%
2. minimum IELTS 6.0 (overall band score)
3. Letter of Motivation
4. C. V.
5. Passport (must be valid for the duration of your studies)
6. Experience Letter if the gap
7. age must not exceed 26 years and gap up to 2014
8. Fee: 12, 200 Euro and 8500 Euro should be paid first

Master’s (Sc. International Business and Management)
Application Deadline: For January intake August 15 and for September intake April 15
 Minimum Requirement:
1. Letter of Motivation
2. 4 years Master’s in management
3. IELTS: 6.5, a minimum of 48 % in academics
4. Duration: 2 years
5. C.V.
6. Passport
7. Experience letter if there is a gap
8. Age must not exceed 26 years and gap up to 2013

After Acceptance Letter
1. NOC (Education Ministry in front of Narayanihiti Durbar) 2000 NPR
2. Transfer tuition fees to the college from your account
3. Case order id immigration fee 1900 DKK for the students and 1515 DKK for the dependent
4. Police report
5. Phot0 35/45 mm 8 pcs
6. Bank balance in your own account 15 Lakhs plus and for the dependent 28 to 30 Lakhs
7. Bank Draft( Danish Embassy Visa Application Fee) 16500INR
8. Copies of all passport including cover page
9. Fill up the ST1 (Student Visa Application form) Form
10. VFS Appointment
11. Office service Charge
12. VFS Fee approx.4000 NRP
13. Interview date confirmation call by VFS
14. Visa decision within 60 working days from the Danish Immigration Services
15. Submit the passport to VFS for Visa Stamping
16. Collect the passport after 1 week of the submission date

A dependent can apply together for both bachelors and masters
1. The dependent success rate is 100% to date.
2. The dependent is allowed to work full time.
3. Videos/Photos NOT required only marriage certificate is required.

Requirement for Dependent
1. Marriage Certificate attested from MOFA and CDO office.
2. CPR card of the student, Police report of an applicant from Denmark, and bank balance up to 75,000 DKK that is 12 to 13 lakh NPR from Denmark or Nepal.

“Information Regarding Part-time Job”
Students can work 80 hours a month legally for 9 months and full time during the summer vacation (June, July, and August). Minimum Labor wage: 110 DKK/per hour (18 USD).

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