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Study in Denmark


Country in Europe

Denmark is known for its strong welfare state system, a mixed market capitalist economy and it is one of the most egalitarian societies in the world. In 2013 it was once again voted the happiest country in the world.

One of the unique features about the study programmes in Denmark is that they cater to both the types of students. One that prefers to get a professional degree and the other who wants to join the mainstream job market after completion of studies. On the other hand, there are programmes that allow the students more time to complete their studies when they combine it with field studies and practical application of their subject. This is one the most unique features about study opportunities in Denmark.


Geography :: DENMARK


Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany (Jutland); also includes several major islands (Sjaelland, Fyn, and Bornholm)

Geographic Coordinates

56 00 N, 10 00 E

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total: 43,094 sq km

land: 42,434 sq km

water: 660 sq km

note:  includes the island of Bornholm in the Baltic Sea and the rest of metropolitan Denmark (the Jutland Peninsula, and the major islands of Sjaelland and Fyn), but excludes the Faroe Islands and Greenland


temperate; humid and overcast; mild, windy winters and cool summers

Natural resources

petroleum, natural gas, fish, arable land, salt, limestone, chalk, stone, gravel and sand


7,314 km












The benefits of studying in Denmark that gives students an edge over others:- 

The benefits of studying in Denmark that gives students an edge over others:- 

  • Students who arrive in Denmark from EU or EEA (European Economic Area) can avail of free higher education.
  • Students who are a part of student exchange programmes are also able to avail of free higher education.
  • There are further categories, which do not have to pay for tuition, which includes those who have a permanent residential permit or temporary residence permit that can be later upgraded to permanent resident permit.
  • A student who has a parent from a non EU or EEA country, but who is already working in Denmark can also avail of free higher education.
  • There are many different grants also available to the students if they become parents or even when they choose to be single parents.
  • The Danish government also offers scholarships to highly qualified students from other countries provided they adhere to certain prerequisites.
  • Low cost of living is one of the features that can act as an attractive factor for students.
  • In view of the above as well as many other factors, it makes more sense when a student has study abroad Denmark on his or her mind.



Admission Requirement:

·         Passport(MRP)

·         2 Copies Passport Size Photographs

·         Study Gap Not More Than 2 Years

·         Motivation Letter

·         Birth Certificate

·         CV

  •  Educational Certificates and Transcripts

·         IELTS Certificate

·         Original Papers at the VISA time


·         Part Time Job Facilities (20 hours per week)

·         Schengen Country

·         Handsome Salary

·         Credit Transfer to Other European Countries

·         Permanent Residence/Green Card after 5 Years


·         Letter of Acceptance

·         Send Tuition Fee & the ST1 Fee €268

·         Embassy Fee of Tk.18870

·         Submit the Required Documents to Embassy









Requirements for under graduation & post graduation :-

For under graduation

·         IELTS minimum à 6.0 over all means at least 5.5 in all the subjects.

·         Study gap not more than 2 years with a CGPA of 3.50 out of 5.

For post graduation

·         Study gap not more than 3 years. with job experience

·         If IELTS grade is 5.0 or 5.5 then he/she has to take pre-masters course for 1year

·         Again if the IELTS grade is 6.0 then he/she has to take TOP-UP for 1year.


·      AND if IELTS is above 6.5 he/she can apply for main course or directly to the MBA Program. (Masters/MBA)


  •     Spouse can apply




Requirement for Green Card in Denmark:-

 To get the Green Card, minimum of 100 points is required.

  How and from where to collect the points?

1.      Education – from education, maximum 80 points.

2.      Language – 30 points and IELTS Mandatory, so, minimum 5.5 will get you 10 points, 6.0 will get you 15 points, 6.5 will get you 20 points and so on.

3.      Work experience – 15points maximum. To get these points (3 to 5 years) work experience needed.

4.      Age – appropriate age will get you 15 points.

5.      Subject related job – extra 10 points for this, because it is the job which is related to your studies.

So, finally you can see that from 150 points , you only have to collect 100 points to get the Green Card. AND, DENMARK SALARY PER HOUR is around 11-15 EURO.


Last but not the least, All Academic paper has to be attached for the Education Board, Education Ministry and Foreign Ministry.



Embassy Address:-

The Embassy of Denmark in Dhaka can assist you with consular matters - passports, etc. We hope that as you navigate these pages you will find the information and the contacts you require. In case you cannot find this information, please feel free to contact us directly or by phone, fax, or e-mail.

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