Denmark has always been the destination for students and skilled workers. The country does not only provide beautiful tourism attractions but also provides many opportunities for foreign students who wish to study in the country.
The country has plenty of opportunities for foreign students and researchers. The Denmark higher educational institutions are internationally orientated and offer over 500 various programs and individual courses in English.
Studying in Denmark will help of project based teaching, lectures and tutorials will improve your ability to work with others, think creatively and apply new knowledge. Students will also have the opportunity to gain practical experience.
The educational institutions cooperate with business to make sure an up to date learning environment. Through this the students can learn from the experts from the university and undertake intern-ships in globally recognized organizations.
Denmark Student Visa is the most important thing which a foreign student needs in order to study and live in Denmark. Every foreign national who wish to study in Denmark must obtain this visa.
The visa application process must be done from the students’ home country like the students from India must apply Denmark student visa from India. The family members of the student are eligible to go to Denmark as the students’ Dependent in Denmark.
Denmark Student Dependent Visa is programmed for the spouses and unmarried children under the age of 18 who want to accompany their spouse or parents’ in the country. The student visa holders are allowed to get their dependents such as spouse, parents’, children under the age of 18 or cohabiting partner along with them to live in the country.
The dependents of the foreign students who are holding the student visa must complete certain Denmark student dependent visa requirements which are mandatory.
Dependents must have
- Valid passport
- Recent photographs
- Spouses need to show their evidence of marriage
- Registered and cohabitating partner needs to show their relevant documents
- Children age should exceed 18 years
- Birth certificate of children should be submitted
- Family members must be able to support themselves if required
- Documents stating that you will live together at the same address