1. How about Study in Denmark?
Danish Universities offer Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programmes in all academic areas. The list includes traditional and technical universities, as well as institutions with a particular research and educational emphasis such as business and IT. More Details
2. Job seeking in Denmark?
A well-balanced family and work life, an excellent business climate and an efficient welfare state. These are just three of the reasons why many foreigners want to come to Denmark. In recent years, Denmark has attracted foreign workers in a wide range of areas, and the expectation is that in the future even more foreigners who are willing to be part of the Danish work force and society will be needed.
There are several Danish and international job portals with jobs in Denmark, but all do not provide English services. Websites to search for jobs in Denmark are listed Here: More Details
3. How about Accommodation?
Accommodation in Denmark vary widely depending upon the size, location and other conditions. On the following websites, individuals and agencies offer rooms and apartments for rent and sale. You can also place your own ad in English. Some of the websites will charge you a fee to access contact details: More Details:
4. School and Education?
5. Where can I get Information about CPR Number
In Denmark each person has a personal registration number, which is called a CPR number. CPR stands for Central Person Register.
In order to obtain a CPR number, you have to contact your municipality’s local Citizen Service Centre or International Citizen Service only available in Aalborg, Aarhus, Esbjerg, Sønderborg, Copenhagen and Odense.
6. Is CPR number so important?
If you intend to live in Denmark for more than 3 months, you need a CPR number.
Yes, CPR number is important in many important situations, such as:
– To get a place to live
– To open a Danish bank account
– To go to the doctor
– To get your salary
– To get an insurance policy
– To transfer money
7. How to get Residence Permit for non-EU citizens?
Coming to Denmark and need to know possibilities to reside in Denmark. Find details from Here: LINK
8. What is Yellow Card?
Yellow Card is also called as “Health Insurance Card”, in Danish – “Sundhedskort”.
This card is entitled to the services offered under the national health insurance scheme. Yellow is issued when you register for a CPR number with citizen service in your municipality or in one of the International Citizen Service centers. You will have Yellow card with you, approx. 2 to 3 weeks after you have registered to CPR number. Always recommened to carry the yellow health insurance card with you as it is required whenever you need to see a doctor, a dentist or go to hospital or when you want to take out books from the library. More details
You can get Yellow Card digital APP: More details
9. About Health Services in Denmark?
10. What is MitID? How to obtain MitID?
MitID is a Danish national eID. It is common secure login on the internet and is every resident’s personal key to digital services in Denmark. Like whether you are doing your online banking, finding our information from the public authorities.
You can obtain MitID when you have a Danish CPR number. More details
11. About Foreign Driving License system in Denmark?
You will in some cases need to exchange your foreign driving licence for a Danish driving licence. Complete details about driving license system in Denmark can be found in following link: Click Here
12. What about Tax Card system in Denmark?
You should wait to apply for a tax card and a Danish personal tax number until 1 month before you start working. More Details
13. Detailed Tax System in Denmark?
About your tax system for each year including outstanding tax and more like personal assistance can get from this link: Click Here
14. Is Danish learning Free or Paid?
Most Danes speak English fluently. This makes it easy for you to communicate both privately and on the job. However, learning Danish is highly recommended. When you apply for a job and in your future career, it is a great advantage that you are able to speak Danish. It will help you build relations and shows commitment.
Learning Danish is free in Denmark, but you are required to pay a deposit of 2000 DKK before you can start. You can get your deposit back or transferred to the next module – if you complete the module within the deadline. Please remember, this applies only to S-students.
Under the Danish Education legislation, a distinction is made between S-students and I-students.
S-student, if you reside in Denmark as or due to: Work or study, as an accompanying spouse, as a result of family reunification under the EU-rules, Work as an au pair
I-student, if you have a refugee status in Denmark or reside in Denmark under the Alien Act of family reunifcation.
Contact your local municipal citizen service centre or International Citizen Service for further advice.
Find Language centre: Click Here
15. How about Authorisation for regulated professions?
Some professions are regulated by law in Denmark. If you are to work within some of the professions, you need a Danish authorisation. For example, this applies if you are going to work as a doctor, dentist or schoolteacher. So, It is an advantage to apply for authorisation before you arrive in Denmark as it may take time before you receive a reply to your application. Find out if your profession is regulated by law at the Ministry of Higher Education and Science: Regulated professions.