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Home of the Little Mermaid, and Maybe, You?

If you're not looking for a traditional higher education programme - but something that allows for a little more flexibility with your chosen career, then Denmark is one of the great options for students - and tuition here, is a steal, compared to the traditional options of North America and the U.K.
BY Braingain Staff Writer |   11-07-2013
University of Copenhagen

If you're not looking for a traditional higher education programme - but something that allows for a little more flexibility with your chosen career, then Denmark is one of the great options for students - and tuition here, is a steal, compared to the traditional options of North America and the U.K.

Danish students and those from the EU and Switzerland of course pay nothing for their education, but international students, if paying full-fees, will pay, on average, anything between 6000 Euros and 16,000 Euros, for their entire course of study. But do remember that scholarships and financial aid funding is available, and with a little research you could find yourself eligible for a fair bit of money to put toward your studies there.

Of course you can pursue your regular undergraduate or one of the excellent postgraduate research programmes that Denmark has to offer, but there is also the option of enrolling in one of the many excellent vocational courses there - the Academies of Professional Higher Education and the University Colleges have 2-2.5 year profession programmes. These are offering in various subjects including business, technology, IT, food industry, and so forth - and are intended for those who want to skip to the working world fairly quickly.

Work placements are included in many Danish study courses, and if you're worried about language - don't be - English is widely spoken throughout the friendly little country. After all, this is the home of master story-teller Hans Christian Andersen - whose Little Mermaid continues to sit on a rock in the Langelinie promenade harbour in Copenhagen. It's a beautiful country and by all means, free for the exploring!

We've put together some useful links for you here, if you want to research studying in Denmark a little further:-

Study in Denmark

The University of Copenhagen Scholarships for International Students

Top University Facts about Denmark
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