Denmark universities rank among Europe’s best universities, world class infrastructural setting and efficient teaching methods all encompassed in a suitable learning environment is obtained here. Denmark plays host to international students who pursue the desire of studying in a secure friendly and creative environment. It is of great essence to note that every year foreign students from various continents acquire first-class international qualifications from various disciplines.

This Denmark PhD ASA serves as a panacea that aids students that are willing to study in Denmark to pursue PhD courses. Its main aim of the Denmark PhD ASA is to support students that are not capable of paying their entire tuition fee for pursuing their higher studies in foreign universities.

Popular Universities in Denmark:

Aarhus University

Alborg University

Copenhagen Business School

University of Southern Denmark

University of Copenhagen

IT University of Copenhagen (ITU)

Roskilde University

Popular Colleges in Denmark:

Aarhus School of Business

Danish Pharmaceutical College

West Jutland University College, Esbjerg

Lillebaelt Academy

Danish School of Media and Journalism

University College South Denmark, Esbjerg

Popular PhD Courses:

PhD in Aeromicrobiology

PhD in Microsensor Analysis in Environmental Sciences

PhD in Health Sciences

PhD in Hazardous Chemicals in the Environment

PhD in Life Sciences


The following requirements to study in Denmark must be satisfied by you if want to study in Denmark:

  • You must have gain admission into a Ph.D. program at a Danish institution and you are being paid by the institution or a firm attached to the Ph.D. program, and that you are capable of supporting yourself.
  • Or that you have gain admission into to a Ph.D. program at a Danish Institution without any financial support from the institution or by a firm in Denmark, and you assert you can care for yourself. A document must be there to back up this claim.
  • You can communicate with the language of instruction and also understand any of Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, English or German.
  • Proof of sufficient funds for education and housing support in Denmark.
  • Funds must be on somewhere average of Danish Krone (DKK) 60,000. (Scholarship if offered, needs to be submitted in place of tuition fee).
  • English proficiency.

Fee Structure:

  • Embassy charges for PhD students: € 224.
  • Employed PhDs and Research Trainee, Researchers: € 425.

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