Denmark is a Nordic country in northern Europe made up of the Jutland Peninsula and more than 400 islands in the North Sea. It shares a border with Germany to the south. As of 2022, it has a population of over 5.88 million, of which about 800,000 live in the capital and largest city, Copenhagen. Denmark is a highly developed country with a high standard of living. The country performs at or near the top in measures of education, health care, civil liberties, democratic governance, and LGBT equality. Denmark has a temperate climate characterized by mild winters in January and cool summers in August. The position between a continent and an ocean means that the weather is often unstable.
Denmark offers international students a range of opportunities for obtaining an internationally recognized qualification. Many programs are taught in the English language, the academic lingua franca, in bachelor's degrees, master's degrees, doctorates, and student exchange programs.