Denmark Education Assessment


Studying in Denmark provides students at all levels the opportunity to learn and study in a serene and conducive environment with the basic technology and infrastructure at their disposal for further and hands-on learning.

A Denmark education assessment begins with the fact that the requirements differ based on the type of programme undertaken. The assessment is designed to examine if qualifications of the applicant meet the standard requirements in Denmark's educational system. However, different educational institutions in the country may have a little variation in their admission processes.


Since the Denmark Green card is point based, hence, an assessment is only a guide to and general view of the educational system adopted in Denmark.

For Danish-taught Programmers students must proof that they are proficient in Danish language. Students are also permitted to first undertake programmers that are taught in English while undergoing free Danish language classes and then switch to their preferred Danish-taught programme after they have acquired good communication skill in Danish language. The same is applicable to students who wish to undertake English-taught programmers but have weak proficiency in English but are possess good Danish language skills.


General Requirements

The following general requirements are a prerequisite for being offered a Denmark Student Visa to study in Danish country:

  1. Original copies of certified educational qualification signed and stamped.All original copies will be returned through the registered post through which they were sent. (Although the original copies are not mandatory, the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education reserves the right to demand the submission of the original copies of certificates presented. It is advisable to keep the originals handy at all times). In all cases, members of the following countries are required to always present their original certificates: Afghanistan, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, China, Congo-Brazzaville, DR Congo, Cote d'Ivoire, Eritrea, Ethiopia, India, Nigeria, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, and Syria.
  2. Translation of certificates if they are not in English, Norwegian, Swedish, German, Spanish, or French.
  3. A document showing all the subjects or courses studied. This could be handwritten and signed.
  4. Where there is a change in name or any other basic data of the applicant, a follow-up document to legalise the change must be included.


  1. An entrance examination equivalent to a Danish upper secondary school level certificate.
  2. Proof of good use of English.

Postgraduate Studies

  1. An internally recognised Bachelor's degree or its equivalent from a reputable institution.
  2. Proof of good use of English Language where the programme is to be taught in English Language.
  3. Proof of good use of Danish Language where the programme is to be taught in Danish Language.

PhD Studies

  1. Prove of a recognised Master's/Candidate's degree or its equivalent from a reputable institution.
  2. All higher education programmes require that the applicant possess good communication skills in English language.

It's advisable to start the application process early enough because the process sometimes takes a while to complete.

Assessment Time

Although the time frame may differ from one application to another, it usually takes one or two months to complete the assessment.

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