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In this world, everyone can do anything. It is just a matter of right intent and dedication. So today I am going to share with you the required details about the achievement, success, education, work environment, information regarding spouse visa, and the social life of Denmark as well as some interesting information that will make your decision strong to pursue education from Denmark.
List of 5 Important Reason to study in Denmark
- Achievement of Denmark
- Life-changing Experience
- Education system
- Work permit
- Spouse and child benefits
I am giving you the definitive guide of all 5 reasons
1. Information about Denmark
Isn’t it the obvious thing that when anyone is leaving the home country for further studies, they always compare the things that can be beneficial for their career growth comparatively? This is the only period in which you can explore the world, explore the hobby, and choose a better future in academic time. So, people who want to appear for the higher education, I would like to share than Denmark is one of the best countries for further education because all the university in Denmark is highly focused on the live education or more precisely practical education, it means they give you more project work and internship compare to the universities in other countries. These things can be easily proved by the exam pattern of Denmark. In Denmark there is no written exam at all, you need to actively participate in the group conversation or the project work and how interactively you are participating in the classes will be considered at the time of the performance result.
There is no language barrier in this country so if you have good command over the English language then you can start your conversation very easily and on friendly terms. In Denmark, as there is no social inequality, it makes it the safest and the happiest country in the world. The life expectancy in Denmark is 10 years longer than in any other country. From this statement, it is quite clear that the medical system and the environment to live are quite good and because of this reason, Denmark has secured 2nd rank in the world happiness index. Danish universities believe in the problem-based learning method so that students can always think innovatively to solve the problem. And last but not least your valuable international degree will give you the more opportunity to gain a high profile job in your home country.
2. Life-changing Experience
The Danes are more socially active people compared to all the other countries. They regularly arrange the theme party and get to gatherings. The less working hour system is one of the attractive things about Danish culture. Yes, in Denmark one needs to work for 32 to 33 hour in a week so that all can enjoy their personal life and can explore the hobby. You can explore the city by bicycle ride as all the Danes are using a bicycle for transport. Once you get your CPR in Denmark you can freely attain the Danish language class that is conducted by the Municipalities free of costs.
3. Education System
Education in Denmark is the one which everyone dreams about, as the country has secured 99% of literacy rate. The modules offered by the university is totally based on the considering the future of today’s generation as they are based on the Achievement of Sustainable development goal by 2030 in which United Nations has emphasized to remove social inequalities, zero hunger, clean energy etc. so, the student who is enrolled in the Denmark university will get a chance to learn about the totally new modules and different aspect of the study. Moreover from the very first-day university conduct a buddy program simply you can say group study in which one local student is always there to help you in understanding and learning the courses. There is an international partnership of the university. And the most amazing thing is that Denmark is the country which has helped us in our Make in India project.
4. Work permit
Once you reach Denmark students can work for 20 hours in a week and in June, July, and August they can work for the full time as well. After completing the education if someone has secured a good job then they can apply for the visa extension.
5. Spouse and children benefits
Denmark is the country in which once you secure the student visa you can invite your spouse or child over there. A spouse can work for the full time once he/she arrives and you can claim for the educational scholarship for your child as well.
We hope you like the blog. Edugo Abroad is one of the most leading overseas education consultants for foreign education. We have a long experience in foreign education consultancy. With a wide network to the Denmark universities, we suggest the best institute to our students. We help make their dream come true.