Denmark is a Scandinavian country comprising the Jutland Peninsula and numerous islands. Denmark also shares a border with Germany. In Denmark, A standard working week consists of 37 hours of work. Flexible working hours are common since the majority of both men and women work. Working hours are, of course, depending on the specific industry and position, but most Danes work from 8 am to 4 pm.
Denmark’s location makes it a great gateway to other Scandinavian countries and the rest of Europe. Berlin is just an hour’s flight away. London and Paris can be reached in less than two hours. And Barcelona, Rome, Vienna, and Prague are all just a few hour's travel away.
Free education for all is a priority in Denmark in order to ensure growth, welfare, and competitiveness. A combination of high academic standards and innovative learning approaches prepare students to play an active role in today’s globalized world.
Danish higher education has a long tradition of cooperation with business, industry, and research institutes, creating a relevant environment for the students.