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Do I need a visa to study in Denmark?
Those studying in Denmark for less than three months will need to apply for a tourist visa (this is not necessary for some non-EU countries). You can apply for a visa at any authorized Danish mission in your country of origin, including all Danish embassies and consulates abroad.
How do I get a residence permit to study in Denmark?
Residence permit (long-term stay) Those studying in Denmark for more than three months will need to apply for a residence permit, which you can do at the Danish embassy in your home country. This permit allows non-EU/EEA students to work part-time in Denmark for a maximum of 20 hours per week.
What is the processing time for a student visa in Denmark?
The average processing time of Higher educational programme under Student Visa is two months and the fee is DKK 2,110. To get permit for study and stay in Denmark, you need to get admitted in the Basic and Youth Study Programmes.
How to study in Denmark as a non-EU student?
All Non-EU students studying in Denmark need to digitally attach photos, fingerprints, and signature along with your application. If you檙e applying online, you need to send in all the requirements within 14 days.