Study in CanadaJune 8, 2022by prominent.contentWhat information would a student like to know about Denmark?

In recent years, Denmark has become a popular academic destination. A study visa in Denmark can facilitate world-class learning and cultural experiences from all over the world, providing you with an experience you will not have anyplace else.

Denmark features famous universities that are regarded among the best in the world. With a Danish student visa and acceptance to one of the country’s colleges, you will be able to experience a new campus culture and native culture, broadening your horizons.


Denmark Facts for Students

Here are some facts about Denmark that can help you appreciate your time in Denmark more:

  • Danish is the country’s official language, but English and German are also commonly spoken.
  • Denmark is regarded as one of the world’s safest countries.
  • Copenhagen, Denmark’s capital, is separated into zones. When using the city’s public transportation, the fares vary depending on how many zones you cross.
  • The Copenhagen Card allows you unrestricted public transportation travel across the city. It would also grant free admission to more than 80 museums and other tourist destinations.
  • Denmark’s universities are highly regarded and internationally known for their curricula.
  • In Denmark, English is used as the medium of teaching in over 600 study programmes.

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Denmark’s universities that are regarded as the best in the world include:
  1. University of Denmark
  2. Aarhus University
  3. University of Copenhagen
  4. Aalborg University
In Denmark, students can choose from five major disciplines:
  • Higher Education Institutions for the Arts
  • Academies of Business
  • Maritime Education and Training Schools
  • Universities
  • Universities and Colleges


To study in Denmark, a non-EU/European Union or EEA/European Economic Area person must hold a Danish Student Resident Permit.

Foreign students in Denmark are able to work part-time. A non-EU or EEA student may work for up to 20 hours per week while studying.

If you are from a non-EEA or EU nation and want to work in Denmark after finishing your education, you must get a Danish residence visa.

Do you wish to go to Denmark to study? Please contact Prominent Overseas Careers.