We have a large community of international students at BU – currently just over 2,000 students from around 100 different countries and regions. At the moment, we have 10 students from Denmark studying with us.
We are always happy to welcome new Danish students onto our undergraduate, postgraduate, research and top-up courses.
We will help you with your application to study at BU, or you can speak to one of our representatives in Denmark who can offer assistance with your application. If you'd like more general advice about the UK education system, visas, scholarships or the variety of courses on offer, you should contact the British Council in Denmark.
Funding eligibility for EU Undergraduate students
EU students applying for university places in the 2020/21 academic year will continue to be eligible for student fee loans and may be eligible for the government Maintenance Loan* - this will be for the duration of their course. Further information about undergraduate funding can be found on the gov.uk website.
*EU nationals must have been resident in the UK for at least five years or be EEA migrant workers in order to apply for the government Maintenance Loan.
Funding eligibility for EU Postgraduate students
EU students studying a Master's degree in 2020/21 may be eligible for some funding. The UK government is providing up to £11,222 in postgraduate loans for September 2020 and January 2021. If eligible, you would receive the first payment after your course start date, once we have confirmed that you have registered. Each year's amount will be paid in three instalments of 33%, 33% and 34%. The instalments will be paid directly to you at the beginning of each term.
You can find more information on the gov.uk website.
Stories from Denmark
A selection of stories by current students and graduates
The library: a place which inspires productivity - by Trine Brottos, MSc in Forensic Anthropology, 2017/18
I am very happy to call myself and ‘Okefordian’! - by Trine Olsen, MSc in Forensic Anthropology, 2017/18
A day in the life of a Danish student - by Trine Brottos, MSc in Forensic Anthropology, 2017/18
Money isn’t everything, until you run out - by Trine Olsen, MSc Forensic Anthropology 2017/18
Funding options in Denmark – putting in the effort pays off - by Trine Olsen, MSc Forensic Anthropology 2017/18
Read more international student stories.