Study in Denmark

Academic excellence, creativity, innovative thinking, inspiring professors, and global partnerships. Sounds appealing? Then studying in Denmark might be the thing for you.

Denmark is where the Nordics meet the rest of the European continent. From beautiful and lively cities like Copenhagen to lots of charming towns scattered around the country. A peninsula and an archipelago, Denmark naturally has a strong connection to the sea. In fact, you can never be further than 50 km from the sea.

Denmark ranks highly in many international rankings of key indicators, such as the world happiness report, high GDP/capita, low levels of corruption, trust and many more. This all goes to show that people in Denmark enjoy a high quality of life with lots of freedom.

Today, Danish companies know that innovations and solutions are the best way to build wealth in a small country with few natural resources. Denmark's educational system helps: Danish children are brought up to challenge their teachers and parents, and to focus on teambuilding and creative approaches to problems.

That spirit of teambuilding carries over into working life. Denmark has an exceptional tradition of public-private collaboration when it comes to research and development.  

As an international student in Denmark, you will be a part of a large community of other international students from all over the world - and it will be really difficult to get bored!

Join us at our booth at this year’s Study in Europe Physical Fair!

We are excited to invite you to visit our booth at the upcoming Study in Europe Physical Fair. This event is a fantastic opportunity for students who are interested in pursuing their higher education in Europe. Our knowledgeable team will be present at the booth to provide you with valuable information about various study programs, admission requirements, scholarships, and more.

Event Details:

Date: 30 September 2023

Time: 10am-5pm

Location: Capitol Piazza - 13 Stamford Road, Singapore 178905 (Opposite City Hall MRT)

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