Famous as the home of the Vikings, Lego and great food, Denmark is also a popular study abroad destination. A Masters in Denmark means studying at historic European universities - and quite possibly doing so for free.
From windsurfing to cycling and from striking landscapes to picturesque modern cities, Denmark has plenty to offer international students in addition to its 500-year-old university system.
A Masters degree in Denmark can also provide unique research and training opportunities, from investigating the region's Nordic history and heritage to learning about the science and engineering achievements that have made Denmark a world-leader in renewable energy.
Whatever you study as a Masters student in Denmark you'll enjoy living in a relaxed and friendly society - frequently identified as one of the happiest in the world.
Whilst there you'll have the chance to visit famous sites and visitor attractions, from Elsinore castle (setting of Shakespeare's Hamlet) to the original Legoland theme-park (surely a must-see for architecture and engineering students).
Denmark is an increasingly popular study abroad destination, with over 32,000 international students at its universities. Many of them are enrolled on postgraduate programmes, such as Masters degrees.
Danish Masters degrees usually take two years to complete. The academic year in Denmark runs between September and July.
EU and EEA students can normally study a Masters in Denmark for free. Masters fees for international students in Denmark are between approximately 45,000 DKK and 120,000 DKK (around €6,000 to €16,000).
Large numbers of degree programmes in Denmark are taught in English, including many designed for international students.
EU and EEA nationals can study abroad in Denmark without a formal visa or permit, but must register their presence with the authorities. Other international students will need to apply for a residence permit in advance.
You can find out more about Masters degrees in Denmark and the Danish university system in our full guide to postgraduate study in Denmark. This also includes advice on application procedures and a detailed overview of immigration and visa requirements.
For advice on accommodation, living costs and work permits for international students, see our guide to living abroad as a postgraduate student in Denmark.