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Can students work and study in Denmark?
Asked by: EuroEdu
Posted on Wed, 18 Jun 2008 04:47:19 GMT
Are international students allowed work in Denmark while studying? If they are allowed to work and study at same time, do they have to receive seperate work-permit to to work as student in Denmark? I want to know about international students working policy of Danish government.
Yes, international students who are studying in Denmark are allowed to work too. International students from nations belonging to European Union are allowed to do unlimited work in Denmark while studying there. In case of international students belonging to non EU nations, they can do maximum of up to 15 hours part-time job per week during their studies. However, even international students are allowed to do full-time jobs during summer vacation in June, July and August.
Either you have to obtain a separate work-permit or not depend on your country of residence. Students belonging to some EU countries do not require obtaining work permit to work as student in Denmark whereas other students will surely have to obtain work-permit if they wish to work in Denmark as an international student.
visa_expert answered 8 years and 9 months ago
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