Study in DENMARK

Denmark is one of the most popular international study destinations in Europe thanks to its low study costs, high-quality English-taught Master's degrees and the innovative teaching methods. International students also choose Denmark due to its great standard of living and the large variety of study subjects available at Danish universities. Reasons to study in Denmark:

  • High-Quality Education: Danish universities are renowned for their high academic standards and innovative teaching methods.
  • English-Taught Programs: Many programs are taught in English, making it accessible for non-Danish speakers.
  • Research Opportunities: Denmark is known for its strong emphasis on research and development.
  • Work Opportunities: International students can work part-time and benefit from post-study work visas.
  • Cultural Experience: Experience a rich cultural heritage, high quality of life, and a safe environment.
  • Global Perspective: Diverse international student community enhances global networking and career opportunities.


1. Fall Intake (August/September):

  • Application Deadline: Usually between January 15th and March 15th.
  • Admission Results: Announced around June or July.

2. Spring Intake (February/ January):

  • Application Deadline: Usually between September 1st and October 15th.
  • Admission Results: Announced around December or January.

Specific deadlines may vary by university and program, so it's essential to check the exact dates on the respective university's website.

Universities in Denmark:

  • University of Copenhagen
  • Aarhus University
  • Technical University of Denmark
  • Copenhagen Business School
  • Aalborg University
  • University of Southern Denmark
  • Roskilde University


  • Engineering and Technology: Mechanical, Electrical, IT, Environmental Engineering
  • Business and Management: MBA, International Business, Marketing, Finance
  • Natural and Life Sciences: Biotechnology, Environmental Science, Food Science
  • Social Sciences: Economics, Political Science, International Relations
  • Design and Architecture: Product Design, Architecture
  • Humanities: English Studies, Cultural Studies

Tuition Fee

Bachelor's Programs:Master's Programs: MBA Programs:
Annual Fees: €8,000 to €15,000Annual Fees: €10,000 to €20,000Total Fees: €15,000 to €30,000

Specific fees vary by university and program, so it's important to check the exact tuition fees on the respective university's website.


There are a plethora of Scholarships available to Indian students planning on studying in Denmark. Most of these Scholarships are either state funded or University funded. Depending on your university and course you may be eligible to apply to these scholarships, some of them include:

  • Danish State Scholarships at the University of Copenhagen
  • IT University of Copenhagen State Scholarships in Denmark
  • Danish State Tuition Fee Waivers and Scholarships at Roskilde University
  • Study a Masters in Europe Scholarships
  • Danish State Scholarships at Aarhus University
  • Denmark Government Scholarships for Non-EU Students
  • Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree Scholarships in Media Arts Cultures
  • SGT University – Masters of Hotel Management
  • CBS International PhD Position In Economics
  • The Lendo Scholarship
  • Global Wales Postgraduate Scholarship
  • AAUBS International Postdoctoral Position in International Marketing

Denmark work life boasts the world's best work-life balance, an excellent business climate, and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why it is popular to come work and live in Denmark.

Popular Recruiters :

  • Maersk (Shipping and Logistics)
  • Novo Nordisk (Pharmaceuticals)
  • Vestas (Wind Energy)
  • Danske Bank (Banking and Financial Services)
  • Lego (Toy Manufacturing)
  • Carlsberg Group (Beverage)
  • Grundfos (Pumps and Water Solutions)
  • Siemens Gamesa (Renewable Energy)
  • Novozymes (Biotechnology)
  • Coloplast (Medical Devices)