Making a choice to study in Denmark? Well, it is a place of plenty, of opportunities for a student. It offers Danish higher education institutions which are internationally oriented with the largest selection of programs and individual courses in English. Studying in Denmark develop your ability to work with others, apply new knowledge, opportunity to gain valuable practical experience and think creativity. You can also have the privilege to learn from varied industry expert and also can undertake internship in global recognized institution.
Best universities to study in Denmark:
Denmark is the best place to study, which provides you the the finest education. There are many universities in Denmark; some of the best known universities are University of Copenhagen, Technical University of Denmark, Aarhus University, Aalborg University and University of Southern Denmark.
How to apply for a student visa?
Before filling out your application form you should be careful because an incorrectly completed form could endanger your chances of success.
- Firstly, section 2 of the application form will be completed by the representative of the educational institute in Denmark. They also attach required documents with the application and send it to you.
- After that you need to complete the section 1 of the application form with the attachment of your own supporting documents.
- Then your application should be submitted by its entirety at the nearest Danish embassy or general consultant in your home country. After the submission, your application will be forwarded to the Danish immigration service for processing.
Requirements for student visa:
- Original passport ( valid for at least 4 months beyond the validity of visa)
- Two recent passport size photo’s
- Enough funds
- Should not be engaged with any sort of crime
- Signed and completed visa application form of the applicant
- Applicable visa fee
- temporary admission letter from the recognized educational institute of home country
- bank guarantee with a letter of financial support from parents or guardian