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Study guidance in Denmark

As a foreign student who wishes to study in Denmark, either for a short time or a complete course, you can get help from a Danish counselor.

Regional Guidance Centers

The seven study guidance centers offer help on both higher education and adult education.

You can get useful information about a specific course you are interested in, or you can talk to an adviser if you are uncertain as to which course you can apply for.

You can contact study guidance by visiting their office, by phone or by e-mail. Information about the centers can be found at www.studievalg.dk.

 

eVejledning

You can contact eVejledning by phone, e-mail or chat. Look at www.ug.dk/evejledning.

 

Information about studying in Denmark

You can find information about studying in Denmark at www.studyindenmark.dk, where you can read about tuition fees, scholarships and what it is like to live and study in Denmark. You can also find a list of study options.

At the Ministry of Higher Education and Science ufm.dk you can find a guide to recognition of foreign qualifications and other informations about studying in Denmark.

Read the article: Admission to higher education programmes in Denmark.

Live chat: Applying for higher education

Are you going to apply for an education in Denmark? Do you need help?

As an EU and EEA citizen, you can participate in the live chat. 

The chat is open from 14-16 / 2pm-4pm (CET) on the following dates:

  • Wednesday, February 1

  • Thursday, February 9

  • Tuesday, February 14

  • Wednesday, February 22

  • Thursday, March 2

  • Wednesday, March 8

  • Sunday March 12

In the live chat you will meet a guidance counsellor, who can help you in the process of applying for a higher education at www.Optagelse.dk.

The live chat will be open for two hours each time and you are welcome to join the room for the full two hours or just pop by by to ask a single question.