As a member of the European Union, Denmark is a small kingdom with nearly 6 million inhabitants and is very welcoming towards expatriates.
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|Visas, passports and entry requirements|
|Work visas, work permits, working holiday visas and residence permits|
Visas for Denmark are usually issued in the case of short stays. To make a long stay, foreign nationals have to apply for an appropriate permit.
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|Labour market, how to find a job|
Thanks to its dynamic and prosperous economy, Denmark provided many opportunities to foreign professionals who are looking forward to work there.
Esbjerg is mainly an industrial city. Besides offshore companies, it also attracts many foreign professionals looking for career prospects.
Located in the Jutland area, Aalborg is a major industrial and commercial hub. Many job opportunities are available there for foreign professionals.
Being one of the major Danish cities, Aarhus hosts the head offices of several international companies that provide opportunities to expatriates.
Calmer than other cities such a Copenhagen and Aarhus, Odense is a major industrial city that provides various opportunities to foreign professionals.
|How to rent a house or an apartment, leases and rental agreements|
Esbjerg is a medium-sized city, located in the West of Jutland, in the South of Denmark. The city hosts a small expatriate community.
Compared to Odense, Aalborg is a medium-sized city, located in the Jutland region. Providing a range of accommodation, it attracts many expatriates.
Like the rest of Denmark, Aarhus is a calm and pleasant city that attracts many expatriates every year, providing a range of accommodation as well.
Located in Funen, Odense has a population of some 180,000 inhabitants in which many expatriates have mingled over the years.
Finding accommodation in Copenhagen can be a difficult task given a higher demand than supply. Rent prices are also quite high.
|Student visa, University registration|
|Public and private health systems|
|Open and manage a bank account|
|Tax system, income tax|
|Train, bus, plane, car rental|
Like most European capital cities, Copenhagen also has a developed transports network which will allow you to travel anywhere during your stay.
Traveling across Denmark could not have been simpler thanks to a developed transport network including buses, trains, taxis, and even bikes and boats.
Short Tip: SMS Tickets. Useful information if you forget to buy a bus, train or metro ticket in Copenhagen.
|moving, formalities and useful tips|
|Phone line, internet provider, post office|
|Sports, leisure and cultural activities|
From amusement parks to museums and shopping malls, you can choose from a wide range of leisure activities to enjoy in Denmark.
As a dynamic capital city, Copenhagen provides a wide range of leisure activities to expatriates having chosen to settle there.
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Strongly attached to ecology, Denmark portrays a serene lifestyle with a strong emphasis on the respect of nature, laws and people.
Denmark is quite open towards the entry of pets of foreign origin provided owners comply with existing conditions and regulations.