Why study in Denmark?
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Although most of the students who head out of the country for higher studies have the normal destinations like US, UK, Australia, New Zealand, there are countries in Europe, especially the Nordic countries which offer not just opportunities at par with the popular destinations but are far more pocket friendly. Denmark is one of the most popular international study destinations in Europe thanks to its low study costs, high-quality English-taught Master's degrees and the innovative teaching methods. International students also choose Denmark due to its great standard of living and the large variety of study subjects available at Danish universities. Main accommodation options for students in Denmark:
Students living alone – 450 EUR/month
Students living with their partner/a colleague – 500 EUR/month
Student halls of residence (kollegier) – between 250 – 300 EUR/month
Intakes & Deadlines
Fee for Master course: 96000KR approx
Fee for Master course: 94752KR approx
Top up 75000KR approx
For non-EU/EEA citizens, tuition costs range between 6,000 – 16,000 EUR/academic year.
International students need between 800 – 1,200 EUR/month to live in Denmark.
IELTS is mandatory