Study in Denmark
- Denmark has continuously ranked among the top ten countries in Europe for abroad studies.
- The people value modesty and moderation and are opposed to excessive personal wealth, as seen by their desire to invest in a robust welfare state.
- Denmark adheres to the Nordic model, which mixes laissez-faire economy with extensive social programs.
- The Danish universities encourage individual initiative and issue learning, integrating multiple lectures with industrial internships that enable students to put what they learn into practice.
- Of the 2,603 PhD candidates at Danish universities in 2010, 1/3 came from international students.
- Spring intake
- Autumn Intake
- IELTS / PTE / TOEFL (guidance and reference to best institutions offering IELTS with 100% success rate)
- Acceptance letter in a short period of time.
- Pre-Medical (Includes Tuberculosis test)
- Visa Lodgment (preparation for visa interview)
- Pre-Departure Session
The people of Denmark have extensive histories and are a homogeneous ethnic group. Danish culture is defined by these three qualities: simplicity, civility, and equality. The Danish culture focuses on modest living and bragging is regarded disrespectful. Denmark has unusually high levels of social trust, which is rare in other countries. People have faith in one another, as well as in institutions such as the government, the monarchy, hospitals, and the police force.