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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.

For specific requirements, please refer to the website for higher education or PhD studies.

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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.

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