What to know: Denmark is located in Northern Europe, to the north of Germany and to the south/southwest of Norway and Sweden. It is an island nation measuring about 43,000 square kilometers which consists of the peninsula, Jutland and 474 islands, of which Zealand, Funen, Lolland, Falster and Bornholm are the largest. Denmark has 5.5 million residents. Of these, approximately 300,000 are foreign nationals, 64% of whom come from Scandinavia, the EU or North America. As of 1 January 2007, there were approx. 480,000 immigrants and their descendants in Denmark. Although the official language of Denmark is Danish, English is obligatory in primary schools and is spoken and understood by nearly all Danes. A great number of Danes also speak and understand German.

There are many good reasons for seeking work in Denmark. First and foremost, Denmark has an attractive working environment with relaxed and development-oriented working conditions. Danish corporate culture is characterised by a flat structure and an open dialogue between management and employees. Denmark’s most important competition parameter is know-how, which is reflected in both the work facilities and views on employee development. Workplaces attach considerable priority to competence development, and most offer ongoing supplementary training to their employees.

And it doesn’t just make sense to come to Denmark as a worker. Your family will also be offered good conditions in Denmark; it is a secure and safe country in which to live, and many foreigners also find there is a good balance between family life and work when they come to Denmark. This is largely because the working week is only 37 hours, and because Danish employers generally respect family life. In Denmark you are able to spend a relatively large amount of time with your family, and there are good possibilities for being professionally challenged at work. The working culture is cooperation-oriented and the working environment is marked by open and informal social conventions. Many Danes are very interested in their work and Danish employees are considered motivated and committed. Danish workplaces offer very good working conditions, modern facilities and high-quality technical equipment. Competence development is highly prioritised and most workplaces regularly offer continuing education to their employees.

We are only accepting applications of professionals in certain occupations at the moment. To determine whether you are eligible, kindly contact us.

Who can apply: Bachelor degree holder in certain fields with at least1 year work experience

Where you can work: Placements are only available in certain occupations for at the moment

When you can apply: Anytime

What you pay for our services: $1600

What else you should budget for: Visa fee, air ticket and living expenses abroad for the first months

Why you should apply:

  • Many opportunities available with attractive wages and well paid overtime
  • flexible working time arrangements and good health benefits
  • Team based organization
  • Good opportunities for further education and in-service training
  • Work-life balance, eg. excellent child care possibilities and a 37 hour working week
  • We assist our clients through the whole process, from job search to visa application



  • A preliminary evaluation of your chances
  • Advice on which travel opportunity is suitable for you
  • A complete information package including clear instructions and the list of required documents
  • Review and fine-tuning of all your documents
  • Recommendations in regards to supporting documents to enhance your visa application
  • Complete and personalized briefing before departure;
  • Ongoing relations and follow-ups with embassies to ensure a smooth processing of your application;
  • Guarantees of constant support. In the event of any difficulties or problems, we will discuss, negotiate or advise you on all possible legal recourses to obtain a favorable decision