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Financial Matters

Find out about fees, student-related expenses and many more practicalities.

Students from EU/EEA countries and Switzerland do not pay tuition fee.

Below you will find all the information you need about student related expenses, tuition fees for Non-Eu students as well as information about costs of living in Denmark.

Fees for Non-EU students

Due to Danish legislation, students from non-EU/EEA countries taking a higher education in Denmark have to pay a tuition fee.

You must pay a deposit equivalent to 1 semester’s tuition fee no later than two weeks after receipt of the admission letter. You will find details about methods of payment in the admission letter.

If you cannot enroll because your visa application was declined, you will receive your payment back. Documentation of visa refusal must be presented.

The tuition fee is to be paid in equal installments prior to each semester. Failure to pay the first installment will result in an annulment of your application. Failure to pay other installments prior to semester start may result in expulsion from the Academy. In both circumstances the immigration service will be informed, which may have implications for your visa.

We strongly advise you to carefully read the TUITION FEE TERMS AND CONDITIONS by clicking HERE.

  • Marketing Management
    • 1st Semester - 4100 
    • 2nd Semester - 4100 
    • 3rd Semester - 4100 
    • 4th Semester - 4100 
  • IT Technology
    • 1st Semester - 6000 
    • 2nd Semester - 6000 
    • 3rd Semester - 6000 
    • 4th Semester - 6000 
  • Automotive Management
    • 1st Semester - 6750 
    • 2nd Semester - 6750 
    • 3rd Semester - 6750 
    • 4th Semester - 6750 
  • Hospitality and Tourism Management
    • 1st Semester - 4100 
    • 2nd Semester - 4100 
    • 3rd Semester - 4100 
    • 4th Semester - 4100 
  • International Hospitality Management (BA top-up)
    • 5th Semester - 4100 
    • 6th Semester - 4100 
    • 7th Semester - 4100 

Costs of living in Denmark

In addition to school-related expenses, you will need to consider your living expenses. It is difficult to say how much money you will need, as everyone’s spending habits and lifestyles are different

A general estimation of the living costs including local transportation, accommodation, food and other personal expenses is EUR 7-800 per month. However, according to several of our international students they can get by for less than that. If you would like to hear more about our international students' experiences, feel free to contact one of our international student ambassadors


Most of our international students choose to live at student dormitories. Should you prefer to live in privately rented accommodation the rent will typically be higher. You should expect to pay at least EUR 3-400 for a 2-room apartment (excluding additional costs like electricity, water, heating, internet) + a deposit corresponding to 3 months' rent.

Personal expenses

In general, you should expect to spend around 7-800 EUR per month on rent and living. The price examples below can give you a general idea of some of the costs you may encounter in your daily life.

  • 10-rides city bus ticket: EUR 14
  • 30-day city bus ticket: EUR 43
  • 1 litre of milk: 85 Cent
  • 500 g minced meat: EUR 4
  • 2 kg of flour: EUR 1
  • 1 kg pasta: 1-3 EUR
  • Soda or beer in a supermarket: 50 Cent – EUR 1
  • Soda or beer in a pub: EUR 2-5
  • Cinema ticket: EUR 10
  • Canteen lunch at Dania Academy: EUR 3

Onboarding Fee

All students must pay an Onboarding Fee of 190 EUR (can be paid in 2 installments: 90 EUR + 100 EUR) upon admission to Dania.

The following are included in the fee:

  • Introduction to Dania and to Denmark
  • Social activities and meals at Dania (meals are only included in the introduction program)
  • Danish culture and matters course
  • Basic Danish language training
  • Social activities
  • Preparatory courses in economics
  • Help with practical matters – e.g. getting a CPR number
  • Employability days – visiting Danish and international companies
  • Introduction to ”hygge” Community
  • How to get a student job
  • Professional student counselling