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Bachelor and masters categories in Denmark!
Bachelor and master programs at universities in Denmark are fully subsidized by the state. Thus, Romanians can study with training young people in Denmark 0. charges involve a lot of creativity, they are trained academic and practical excellence.

Higher education institutions in Denmark are of three types: professional academies, colleges and universities. They have a common credit system that allows students transfer from one institution to another in different stages of their studies. Academies and colleges offer two-year programs in a field of their choice, with emphasis on practicality and close relationship between student and teacher. Based undergraduate degree, students can apply for a master's program. Universities offer degree programs in Denmark for three years and a half and two-year master programs.

 

The SU Scholarship

Bachelor or Master students from Danish universities are eligible for a scholarship of up to 800 euros per month, offered by the Danish government. In order to apply for this scholarship, the students must have a working contract of at least 10-12 hours per week and be an European citizen. 

Tuition fees in Denmark: 0

Contact an IntegralEdu consultant to see which programs of study available in English and specific conditions of application, study and live in Denmark.

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