EU citizens and citizens of Liechtenstein, Iceland, Switzerland and Norway are automatically eligible for free tuition. This can also apply to students from other countries who have Danish residency.
Citizens from other countries who are not eligible for free tuition pay 68,000 Danish kroner (DKK) per year (total for the 2 years 136,000 DKK). The fee for the first year must be paid upon enrolment. The fee for the second year must be paid before the end of Semester 2 in the first year.
If students come from countries where a visa to study in Denmark is required, the Danish Foreign Ministry requires proof that they have sufficient funds to support themselves while studying and living in Denmark. Normally a visa is issued only when the first year fee has been paid in full.
Danish and some foreign students with long-term Danish residency are eligible for a grant (SU) covering part of the living costs, including internship period.
Scholarships represent another source of possible financial support. However, please be aware that with the exception of the above, grants and scholarships for international students are usually very hard to come by in Denmark.
International students must be able to support themselves during their studies in Denmark, and should not rely upon
being able to find part-time work or financial support from the Danish authorities unless this has been arranged in advance.
You pay for books required for the degree. The total cost of books is around Euro 800 for the whole degree (AP Degree in Marketing Management plus BA in International Trade and Marketing).
You also pay for all expenses relating to the company placement, e.g. expenses for travel, accommodation, food, etc.
Regarding placements within Europe or periods at a European university, you have the option of applying for a grant from the ‘Life Long Learning’ fund.
You pay for participation in study trips, case weeks and copying fees.
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