To remain in this country after graduating is too difficult for most international students
International students are not assimilating into the Danish workforce because there are too many obstacles in their way, a Forum for Business Education (FBE) report states.
The report, compiled for the Employment Ministry, shows that 73 percent of foreign students leave Denmark within two years of completing their education, despite expressing a desire to stay.
More than a third of those who do remain are unable to find work.
The report follows the news that the 14,470 international students here last year, is more than three times as many as 10 years ago.
Students cited the lack of employment, the high costs for non-EU students and the difficulty in adapting to the Danish language and culture as the primary reasons for leaving the country after their studies.
FBE chief executive Stina Vrang Elias said a national strategy was needed to help international students learn Danish and find jobs.
Employment Minister Inger Støjberg recognised the importance of foreigners to the domestic labour market and said that the state’s Work in Denmark centres were already cooperating with a number of educational institutes to retain international students in Denmark.
However, tuition fees combined with living costs and other expenses can make these countries relatively expensive study destinations,« the report writes, adding that other countries may end up recruiting the most talented students.
If you are a EU student in Denmark , Your tuition fee is free. You can easily afford your living cost in Denmark. But If you are a non EU student in Denmark you have to pay your tuition fee. It’s not easy to manage your living expense and tuition fee in Denmark. A non EU student can work only 60 hour’s per month.The cost of living in Denmark is considerably higher than in the United States. Copenhagen is among the five most expensive cities in the world.
Here is average living expense and tuition fee’s of a non EU student in Denmark:
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Whether you are required to pay tuition fees will depend on your country of origin and whether you are participating in an exchange programme .
Higher education in Denmark is usually provided free of charge for all EU/EEA students and for students who are participating in an exchange programme.
Exempted from payment of tuition fees are also:
* students with a permanent residence permit (danish: “Permanent opholdstilladelse”)
* students with a temporary residence permit with the possibility of achieving a permanent residence permit (danish: “Midlertidig opholdstilladelse mmf varigt ophold”).
All other students have to pay a tuition fee. Annual tuition fees for full-time degree students range from 6,000 to 16,000 Euro.
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The new scale is called 7-point scale, because it consists of seven characters. You can see the characters and descriptions of the achievement, as each character covers, here: Continue reading