Introduction Denmark is situated in Europe as the southern most of the Scandinavian nations with a population of about 5.8 million people. Denmark has borders with Norway and Germany. The total area of Denmark is 42,931 square km. Danish is the official language of Denmark and German is a minority language.
Denmark Economy Denmark ranks 18th in the world in terms of GDP (PPP) per capita and 6th in nominal GDP per capita. Denmark has many industries in areas such as Green technology, Biotech, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Telecommunications, IT and Electronics. Major companies in Denmark include FLSmidth, Vestas, Danfoss, Grundfos, Danisco, Widex, Novo Nordisk and Maersk.
Education in Denmark Universities in Denmark offer high-quality Masters and Research programs in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science in English.
Duration of Master's program is 2 years and Research program (Ph.D.) is 3 years. Please, visit Study in Denmark for more information on education in Denmark.
Masters Degree Master's degree is an advanced, research-based course of two years. It will give theoretical and practical knowledge. The course includes a final dissertation or project.
Ph.D. Degree The Ph.D. degree usually takes three years to achieve. Ph.D. is offered at research institutions and universities. Completion of the dissertation is mandatory. Students will be able to conduct research under expert supervision. Students are encouraged to get involved in collaborative research with other institutes. Funding opportunities are available.
Industrial Ph.D. fellowships These fellowships are offered through joint collaboration between industry and a university. The Ph.D. program will be conducted as a research project and the Ph.D. student collaborates between the university and the industry. The duration of these fellowships is usually three years.
Admission requirements English language requirements: Higher education programs in Denmark require proficiency in English. Applicants to English-taught postgraduate programs must prove English proficiency comparable to 'English A'.
Language tests such as TOEFL, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL Examinations (CAE) are often used to prove proficiency in English.
The required score in the test varies from institute to institute. The average score in English for Masters and Ph.D. are:
IELTS - Test score of at least 7.0 points in English A
TOEFL- Test scores in the ranges of 587-610 (paper-based), or 240-253 (computer-based test), or 94-101 (internet-based test) in English A
Cambridge Advanced English - Certificate of Proficiency (CPE) in English A.
Requirements for Masters Degree
Requirements for PhD Degree
Course Fees Higher education in Denmark is free for students from the EU/EEA and Switzerland. Students from India have to pay annual tuition fees to range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro. Scholarships and grants are available from the university, institutions and from public funded schemes.
List of Universities in Denmark offering Master and Ph.D. Degree Below is the list of universities offering Master, Ph.D. and Post Doctoral study and research in Engineering, Mathematics, and Science.
Job Opportunities After graduation students can try and get the job in various industries and companies. Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens need a residence permit to work in Denmark. Upon graduation from a Danish higher education institution, your residence permit will remain valid for an additional six months and this will help you to find employment in Denmark.
How to find student jobs Some academic institutions have online job banks or career centers that can assist you in finding a student job.
You can visit the official Danish website for international recruitment on how to find a relevant student job, how to write an application, what to do in a job interview, etc.
Denmark Job portals in English
VISA Information Please contact VFS offices in India for the details of VISA and submitting the application form for the VISA.
More details on VISA can be found Live, Study and Work in Denmark
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