Denmark, an archipelago of over 400 islands, is spread in the northern part of Europe. It the least corrupt country in the world where more than half of the population communicate in English. Therefore, international students find it extremely easy to adapt to the Danish environment.
The Danish education system is known for its academic excellence, innovation and creativity all over the world, one of the reasons why Denmark is an ideal study destination for exchange-students. Not just this, students receive enormous international experience, exposure to professional life and employment opportunities. Let’s explore why Denmark has gained popularity among students, globally.

Industry-oriented Courses
If you’re looking for a bachelor’s programme, you can choose either of these two modes- a Professional Bachelor’s degree and a University Bachelor’s degree. The former programme is of 3 to 4 years moulding you into a professional individual whereas the latter one is of three years duration. The University Bachelor’s degree is majorly research oriented.
Master’s degrees are also provided by Danish universities. Some of the well-known courses pursued by international students are-
• Bachelor of Engineering in Biotechnology
• Master of Science in Software Development
• Bachelor’s in Automation Engineering
• MSc in International Business
• MBA in General Management

Danish universities rank third for the overall quality of education. Denmark has eight university colleges that provide professional bachelor’s degrees. The top five universities to study in Denmark are as follows:
• University of Copenhagen
• Technical University of Denmark
• Aarhus University
• Aalborg University
• University of Southern Denmark

The list is as per QS World Ranking of Universities for the year 2020. Some other deemed education institutions are-
• International Business Academy (IBA)
• University of Northern Denmark
• Roskilde University
All higher education institutions follow a code of conduct and credit transfer system common to all international students. This ensures that all students receive proper guidance and treatment.

Cost of Education and Living
The tuition fee in Denmark is considerably low ranging from Euro 6,000 to 13,000 per year. To know the exact fee of the courses, students can go to the official website of the respective university.
Students enrolled in higher education exchange programmes are exempted from the tuition fee. The living expenses in Denmark range from 750 to 900 Euro per month, a bit higher than in other European countries.

Most Danish education institutions offer scholarships to meritorious students under National as well as European schemes. Erasmus Mundus scheme offer scholarships for specific master’s degree courses only. The Government scholarships are awarded as a full or partial tuition fee waiver or can cover living expenses.

International students must start looking for accommodation well before the beginning of the first semester. There are houses, rooms and apartments available on rent which students can share amongst them and manage their budget effectively. There are student halls of residence especially for international students at an affordable price.
Yes, you can compensate for your expenses by working in restaurants for part-time while full-time work opportunities are provided to the graduates only. Since the environment in Denmark is safe, soothing and lively, international students find it peaceful to stay and study. You might reach out to abroad education consultants to know more about the courses, universities, best cities to live in, living expenses, work permits, visas and resolve queries related to the application process as well.

Author's Bio: 

I am an Education Consultant and has been writing on career and education tips from many years. I holds an expertise in study abroad counseling and Coaching classes and currently works as a counselor for Krishna Consultants.