Kyra + David, Mechanical Engineering VIA Horsens, Dec. 2017
Kyra and David, Mechanical Engineering VIA in Horsens, Dec. 2017
I need to say thank you for all help you gave us because we are having a wonderful time here.
The University is a bit hard, but we feel that after finishing it, we will be able to find a great job.
I just got SU, and David has also applied for it, so the budget problems we faced after moving out are gone.
We are living together in a basement apartment, and the price is low.
Daniel from Mákó, Business Economics and IT at KEA Copenhagen (Oct. 2017)
I am doing really nice. By september I got all the necessary papers and information. I have a place to live, a job, and I am already getting the SU as well. The school is awesome, and I find it very interactive and useful. I really like to education system, Copenhagen and the people too. My classmates are incredibly helpful, and we get along quite easy with each other.
I continued learning danish as well.
Benjamin from Serbia, Computer Science at Zibat Roskilde (Oct. 2017)
Benjamin, Computer Science Zibat in Roskilde Oct. 2017
First of all i would like to thank you for your help and giving me a path to choose it means a lot to me, also I would like to greet anyone who will find a time to read this.
I am on my first semester.
About school I am satisfied we are learning and practicing new stuff everyday, but what i really like is teamwork in our school, 90% of study is teamwork and learning from each other. As for Denmark its a wonderful country and I highly recommend if anyone is in doubt or about to choose, choose Denmark because it have a lot of benefiits when it comes to students.
I am living in Rödovre its a suburb in Copenhagen which is wonderfull city, and i am having a lot of fun with new friends 🙂 .
Once again thank you www.studyabroad.hu for making it possible!
Zsuzsa from Kecskemét, study Logistic Management at Zibat, Köge (Oct 2017)
A month has passed and I have to tell that I enjoy this a lot more than I thought I would!
My classmates are amazing people, literally all of them. I’m the only Hungarian in my class, which I don’t mind.
School is pretty interesting, I enjoy that I can finally study what I’m actually interested in. My teachers are really helpful, although one of them has a pretty strong Danish accent, but I think we’re all getting used to it. I’ve enrolled in a turbo-dansk program as well. Well… it’s pretty intense, what can I say, but I think I’m doing good so far. (Not really a big fan of the pronunciation though, obviously).
I’m going to move from Haslev to Køge next month, one of my classmates recommended a place to me which is much closer to school and the city in general, so that’s pretty sweet. I applied for a CPR number almost three weeks ago, so it should arrive soon. I’m planning to look for a job after that since I have a crazy amount of free time, thankfully.
All in all, I enjoy life here so much. Everything is just so calm and actually livable, I love it here. Even the weather is alright sometimes. I didn’t regret choosing Denmark, I’m truly happy here.
Filip (Zagreb) studies Computer Science in Copenhagen Oct. 2015
I met Niels Otto on a fair in Zagreb Oct. 2014. He and his wife helped me get informed about studying in Denmark . I got in contact with him about the college opportunities . He was very helpful in pretty much everything ; English tests , accommodation , college options and even interviews . I can say only the best about him and his services towards me . I know that I would get here eventually if it wasnt for him, but it would be unimaginably harder!
Norbert (Romania), Studies Service Hospitality and Tourism Management in Zibat, Slagelse, September 2015:
I like this place, my classmates are very good, we have many meetings after the school.
At first i was afraid it will be very difficult for me, but no because I get help from my teachers and classmates.
Last week we moved into a flat, now I live with 2 Hungarians and with 2 Slovakians.
We got help from the school to find a flat. It is in the city center close to train station and University.
I would like to say to you Niels: Thank you very much! Without you I would never have come here, and you gave me a chance to change my life.
Daniel study Marketing at Dania Colleged in Viborg September 2015:
I really like my new life in Denmark. The people are always friendly and helpful.
The school is really modern and well equipped and the education is practical and easy to understand. My English is not so perfect but I think it is better now than 1 month ago.
I live in a Campus about 1 minute from the school and it is so good for this price.
I have a lot of free time but i started to find a job,and study Danish which need a lot of time so now I am busy.
I found a lot of Hungarian people and they are always helpful and they help a lot with the studying and how to find a job.
Patrik, study Marketing at Dania College in Randers Sept. 2015
The life here is sometimes too calm, but people are friendly and helpdul. The school is not as difficult as in Hungary and the education is really useful and we do a lot of teamworks.We were in Aarhus with the school for the CPR number and we have to bring it to the communa and after that about 3 weeks and we will get the yellow card.
There is a Hungarian guy in Randers who works in a pizzeria and probably I will work there also.That’s all. And thank you for your lot of help!
December 2015: Feedback from Bence, Marketing man. VIAuc Horsens (English+Magyarul)In EnglishI’ve just finished my first semester at VIA University College in Horsens campus.
Looking back on this past half-year, a huge turning point in my life. The best possible way.
All the good things you’ve heard before moving out of Denmark and the local education totally reflect the reality, and perhaps even beyond my expectations.Education is incredibly practical and realistic, people in Denmark do not tell me how to do it, but tell you what to do and you have to figure out for yourself how to solve the tasks.
Who likes to be treated as an adult, who does not want to be held at hand at every step, who challenges last but not least, I can only recommend to Denmark.
Who tries hard, will sooner or later also find a job in Denmark, luckily for me it’s done.A big difference between the home and the student life here in Denmark is very good chance to be financially independent from the parents.
Otherwise, life is very good here, the people are calm and smiling, fortunately, it also rubbed off on me.
I got a lot of help Szilvay Gabitól, ‘Study in Denmark’ and the whole team.
I could not embark on the adventure in Denmark without their help.
Lots of helpful advice, and all necessary conditions provided what was necessary to begin studies in Denmark.
Magyarul: Éppen most fejeztem be az első szemeszteremet a VIA University College horsensi kampuszán. Visszanézve erre az elmúlt fél évre, óriási fordulatot vett az életem. A lehető legjobb irányba. Az összes jó dolgot, amit a kiköltözésem előtt hallottam Dániáról, és az itteni oktatásról totálisan tükrözi a valóságot, és talán még túl is szárnyalta az elvárásaimat. Az oktatás hihetetlenül gyakorlatias és életszerű, Dániában nem megmondják mit hogyan csinálj, hanem elmondják mit csinálj, és magadnak kell rájönnöd hogyan oldd meg az előtted álló feladatot. Aki szereti, hogyha felnőttként kezelik, nem fogják a kezét minden lépésnél, és nem utolsó sorban kihívásokra vágyik, csak ajánlani tudom Dániát. Hogyha az ember űzi, hajtja, előbb utóbb munkát is fog találni Dániában, ez szerencsére nekem is sikerült. Egy nagy különbség az otthoni, és az itteni diákélet között, hogy Dániában nagyon jó eséllyel már a diákévei alatt el lehet függetlenedni anyagilag a szülőktől. Egyébként az élet nagyon jó itt, az emberek nyugodtak, és mosolygósak, ez szerencsére rám is átragadt. Nagyon sok segítséget kaptam Szilvay Gabitól, és az egész Study in Denmark csapattól. A segítségük nélkül nem tudtam volna belevágni a dániai kalandba. Rengeteg hasznos tanáccsal láttak el, és minden szükséges körülményt biztosítottak, ami a Dániai tanulmányaim elkezdéséhez szükséges volt.
Márk from Kecskemét, at BAAA Aarhus Oct. 2016
I love this school and the programme (BAAA-Financial Management and Services) so far, and the former students said that it won’t be worse. So I am happy to be here.
The teachers are so open-minded and helpful. During the lectures we have to solve/discuss problems in groups. We also have to a write project (15 pages) in given topic in this semester then in January we will have to present. This is one of the exams.
I am very thankful for StudyInDenmark to be here. They helped me a lot!