The Danish lifestyle

Besides offering world-class education, Denmark is also a great place to live. So get yourself a bicycle and become part of the Danish way of life!

When you arrive in Denmark you will probably notice the relaxed atmosphere, a lot of people on bikes, and that things generally run smoothly. A blend of stately old buildings and modern sustainable architecture speaks of cities that treasure the old but love experimenting with the new. Living in Denmark is not exactly cheap but can be made economical. How?? By following local habits such as cycling to university and eating at home – then living costs in Denmark should not blow your budget.

Denmark’s Environment: Cool winters with a warm feeling

Denmark has a relatively mild climate with no extremes of heat or cold. Being part of Scandinavia, Denmark enjoys the light summer months from June to August with an average daytime temperature of 19ºC. February is the coldest month with an average temperature of 0ºC. While the summer months encourage sunbathing, swimming and picnics, the winter time calls for hot chocolates and indoor social gatherings.

Denmark: Difference in Quality of life-Page

Denmark comes out on top in Gallup's world poll on well-being, international surveys celebrate Denmark as the “happiest' country in the world”. The surveys show is that the Danes enjoy a very high level of satisfaction with life. They enjoy a balanced work life with a sense of financial security and the freedom and opportunity to pursue personal goals in life.

Ideal Society to Live in-Page

The basic standard of the Danish welfare system is that all citizens have equal rights to social security.In Denmark there is a strong regard for the common good. Freedom for the individual, equal opportunities, respect and tolerance are core values. When you live in Denmark, you can enjoy a balanced lifestyle with time for both work and leisure. And while there is a strong respect for the community, there is also a strong emphasis on personal freedom and the opportunity to pursue and fulfill individual potential.