Part-time Work Options in Denmark - For International Students

Understanding Shakespeare: Hamlet, Prince of Denmark
As an international student follow a higher educational program, you are permissible to work part-time for a maximum of 15 hours a week, plus full-time during the months of June, July and August. The same relate during the job-seeking period behind the completion of your education. A work permit label will be positioned in your passport.

If you are below the age of 18, you are only entitled for a work permit if you have a written offer or agreement for a detailed position and if the employer confirms to the Immigration Service that place of work environment legislation are support.

There is a word of concern here. If you work unlawfully in Denmark, you can be sent back to your home country and your boss can be fined or imprisoned.


Anonymous said...

i am 34 years
complete M.Sc(Statistics)with 2nd class marks 48%.
IELTS score-5.0

Anonymous said...

hi dear i m originally from india. My qualification is as under:
B.Com M.S. University. India
Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Application in India
Hotel Management in India
now I am in london
i have finished my level7 Management with Distinction here.
work experience:
i have worked as a chef in london since last 6 years.
i got work permit in London in year 20004-2008 but in 2008 I left this country and went to Australia on student visa..again i came back on studnet visa in london and I have finsihed 1 more year in London.
so could you tell me am i eligible for Denmark green card..
Many Thanks

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