Information about studying and working in Denmark

As a guidance practitioner, you may receive questions from clients about study and work opportunities in Denmark. You can find a lot of information in English about these issues online.

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Central sources of information

The Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education provides comprehensive and up-to-date information about studying in Denmark.


The Danish EURES website offers information on working and living in Denmark. EURES is an acronym for European Employment Services.


EuroDesk is a European network of information services in 27 countries providing a unique access to European information for young people and those who work with them


Portal on Learning and Qualifications in Europe is a European internet portal aiming to help students, job seekers, workers, parents, guidance counsellors and teachers to attain information about studying in Europe. The portal provides information on learning opportunities and training possibilities available throughout the European Union.


The Danish International Citizen Service (ICS) is a public service for foreign employees, job seekers and Danish companies. ICS offers to help with paperwork and job search and provides advice about living and working in Denmark.


In case you cannot find the answers to your questions, you are welcome to contact Euroguidance Denmark:

 

 

last modified Jul 12, 2018