The University of Copenhagen has decided to let UK students apply by the EU-deadline of 1 March.
Based on the current situation, with the transitional period ending 31 December 2020, Brexit is expected to have the following implications for British citizens commencing studies in Denmark after 31 January 2020:
- You must pay the application fee of DKK 750 which applies to non-EU/EEA applicants (see more)
- You must pay the non-EU/EEA student tuition fee in accordance with the programme you are admitted to (see more)
- You will need a student residence permit to stay in Denmark (see more).
If anything changes before 1 January 2021, we will post the information here.
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