EU residence - Statsforvaltning As an EU citizen you may freely enter Denmark and remain in this country for up to 3 months without an EU residence document (registration certificate). If you are a job-seeker, you may reside in Denmark for up to 6 months without a registration certificate. The periods of 3 and 6 months are calculated from the date of entry. If you expect that your stay in Denmark will last more than 3 months, you have to apply for an EU residence document before the expiry of the three months. An EU residence document is your proof that as an EU citizen - or as family member of an EU citizen - you have a right to reside in Denmark. For you as an EU citizen your residence document will be a registration certificate. After 5 years - uninterrupted legal residence in Denmark, you may apply for a certificate of right to permanent residence. Who can get a registration certificate? Application and documentation Processing time
Admission Requirements Assessment of your qualifications Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications. For an official pre-assessment of your qualifications visit ufm.dk/en/recognition. The assessment briefly states what your qualifications correspond to in Denmark and will improve your application. The institution in Denmark will require certified copies of your educational qualifications. Further information about entrance qualifications, additional tests and potential credit transfers can be obtained from the institutions' admissions offices. See a list of higher education institutions in Denmark. General admission requirements English language requirements All higher education programmes in Denmark require a high standard of English. To prove a satisfactory proficiency in English, the language tests TOEFL, IELTS and Cambridge ESOL examinations (CAE) are often used.
Study in Holland Worldwide Colleges and Universities Plan II Honors Program, UT Austin High School juniors and seniors are invited to register for a fall Plan II information session at Campus Events Registration (select College of Liberal Arts Events). See session dates, maps and other Plan II Information Session information. Plan II sessions are held on Monday and Friday mornings. Spring sessions end on April 25. Fall session register will be available in August, 2014. Like Plan II Information sessions include a class visit for prospective applicants and a full two-hours of info and Q&A for parents: What is Plan II? We're Plan II Honors at the University of Texas at Austin. Plan II Honors at the University of Texas at Austin is committed to innovative learning and research. Plan II students explore everything that makes us human in the best sense, from ancient poetry and philosophy to the latest discoveries in genetics and cosmology. A Renaissance Education for the Twenty-First Century
MSC in Research Biology Kandidatuddannelsen i Biologi er målrettet mod dine interesseområder. Studiet giver tid til fordybelse i biologiske emner, og samarbejde med instituttets forskningsgrupper prioriteres højt. Kandidatuddannelsen afsluttes med et specialeprojekt, hvor der er rig mulighed for at sætte præg på den nyeste forskning inden for dit interessefelt. ”Hver gang vi får biologer ind omkring museet, så løfter vi det faglige niveau –så det er vigtigt at vi plejer og forkæler de studerende, som laver projekter hos os.” Tæt på forskningen På Biologisk Institut kommer du med, hvor den nye viden skabes. Vores forskere arbejder i hele verden, så der er også mulighed for at lave projekter i udlandet. Læs mere om Biologisk Instituts aktuelle forskningsprojekter eller læs om de seks forskningsgrupper på Biologisk Institut herunder: Hvorfor lige Odense? Biologistudiet i Odense fokuserer på høj faglighed, eksperimentelt arbejde og et godt studiemiljø. SSe, hvad de studerende fortæller om studiet.
Degree Programme in Sports Coaching and Management, Vierumäki campus, Bachelor education | Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences Profile of the Degree Programme in Sports Coaching and Management The Degree Programme in Sports Coaching and Management prepares the students with the knowledge and skills that are needed in today’s´ sports and leisure industry. Different learning objectives for the students have been set by the Degree Programme (DP) to be accomplished through the active participation in the process-oriented working methods (real-life working projects). Each student receives useful and detailed feedback on the progression in each stage of the process-oriented working methods. The studies are conducted in a professional working environment where initiatives on the part of the students on innovations and projects are highly appreciated and expected. Within the new and innovative educational concept of process-oriented working-methods the students are directly working in close-cooperation with companies on solving real-life problems by means of innovative and creative solutions. Professional Growth
Study in Europe | European Universities Information | EUNICAS World's Best Universities; Top 400 Universities in the World | US News International student enrollment is on the rise at U.S. colleges. In total, 764,495 international students were enrolled at colleges and universities across the United States during the 2011-2012 school year, up 5.7 percent from the previous year, according to a November 2012 report from the Institute of International Education. The U.S. News Best Colleges rankings can help prospective American and international students refine their list of target schools in the United States, but some of the world's best universities can be found outside the U.S. as well. [Learn more about studying in the United States.] China, Australia, the United Kingdom, Germany and France all attract more than 100,000 international students each year, according to IIE data. Latin America, the Middle East and other parts of Asia have also seen an uptick in international student enrollment over the past decade, according to a study by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Europe Asia
Answering Your Questions | No Loans for Low Income Students A handful of schools have instituted policies that ensure that low income students have no loans in their financial aid packages. These are also referred to as "free tuition" programs for low income students. Typically low income is defined as the bottom quintile by family income, such as family incomes below about $40,000, by Pell Grant eligibility, or families with incomes below 200% of the poverty line. Types of No-Loans Policies The policies fall into four main types: No loans. Good Public Policy The justification for such a policy is that the existence of debt in the financial aid package has a much greater impact on matriculation rates among lower income students than among middle and upper income students. Middle income students don't like having to borrow to pay for their education, but it doesn't stop them from matriculating to the same degree as lower income students. Impact of No-Loans Policies Both are significant increases. Genesis Caveats Other Resources
Tuition at the University of Southern Denmark Exemptions Exchange students do not pay tuition Students doing a full degree with an EU/EEA or Swiss citizenship Students doing a full degree with a non-EU/EEA citizenship who hold a permanent residence permission do not pay tuition. • Students doing a full degree with a non-EU/EEA citizenship who hold a temporary residence permission "with a view to/possibility of" being granted permanent residence in Denmark do not pay tuition. Your residence permit must state: "mhp. varigt ophold" or "mmf varigt ophold". Children of workers from non-EU/EEA countries having been granted a residence permit pursuant to Section 9M of the Danish Aliens Act and whose parents have been granted residence permits pursuant to Section 9A of the Danish Aliens Act. If you wish to apply for an exemption of tuition fees, you must document your residential status by submitting a copy of your residence permission or passport with your application. What does tuition cover? All guest students pay tuition.