Make your dream come true - study abroad in Denmark
With Nordic Education, applying for university👨🎓 in Denmark has never been easier🧘
Programs on English
No tuition fee for EU/EEA and Switzerland students
From students to students!
Nordic Education is made by students for students. Our team has gone through the entire application process, currently lives in Denmark and has the most accurate and up-to-date information.
International students' experience
studying in Denmark
Higher education in Denmark is free of charge for EU / EEA students and for students participating in exchange programs. For other students, the annual tuition ranges from 6,000 to 16,000 euros.
From internship to work
The Danish education system encourages students to apply all the theory they have learned through various group projects, internships in Danish or international companies.
The Danish students' Grants and Loans Scheme (SU)
SU (Statens Uddannelsesstøtte) is the Danish grant for students, and is one of the most generous in the world.
Currently, the SU is 6,166 DKK per month (approximately 820 EUR before tax) for students who do not live with their parents and are over 20 years old.
For citizens from the EU, it is necessary to meet the “minimum working conditions” (work of 12 hours per week, an hourly rate of at least 100 DKK…). Nordic Education will help you with all the information before coming to Denmark, this includes all the information about SU.
Many people do not know this, but the Danish education system is not like in other countries. For example, when you go to a Danish university, you will find that lectures are held in small groups instead of in a crowded classroom. The focus is on working in groups where students work together on projects, research and prepare for exams.
Curricula are revised every year because of the focus on new research, trends and the global economy.
Hygge is the word by which the Danes express the happiness they have at throwing. Denmark, according to UN World Happiness Report, is one of the happiest countries in the world.
Danish universities are very keen to promote student social life. If you plan to study in Denmark, expect regular meetings on campus, near a lake or in the woods, and free time filled with social activities – including boat or kayak races.
Besides that, you can expect open bars on Fridays at the college, and other events organized by the universities themselves such as themed parties, seminars about life in Denmark, excursions…
Become a real Viking!
Where do our students study?
Our students are currently studying at the best Danish universities – from University of Aalborg, University of Aarhus, all the way to the University of Copenhagen.