Transgender-related resources #
According to the Study in Denmark, non-EU/EEA students must provide sufficient funds to cover their tuition and living expenses. Proof of funds typically requires a bank statement demonstrating that you have enough funds to cover your tuition and living expenses.
Denmark requires eight years of continuous residence in general, and four years in the shortest case. A Danish language proficiency test is required, and a naturalization exam is optional.
Denmark now offers a 3-year job-seeking residence permit after completing an educational program. If you hold a residence permit as a student of a Danish professional bachelor’s, bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral education program and you have completed your education program, you can obtain a residence permit for up to 3 years to seek employment in Denmark.
In addition, Denmark is relatively exclusive compared to Sweden and Finland.