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How to survive the winter in Denmark 101

This year is the third winter I witness in Denmark and before New Years it seemed to be very warm and “hyggelig” this year. But in the past days, the real Scandinavian winter came back and apparently, it has no intention of leaving. It is…
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The importance of having a CPR number in Denmark

I often meet people who are living in Denmark without a CPR (Civil Registration System) number. A CPR number is the personal identification number every citizen needs to have in Denmark. Follow the link to see if you are eligible to apply for…
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Legal help in Copenhagen

In the past months, I had a few negative experiences with my administration. Since I am not fluent in Danish yet, I didn’t really know my general rights as a tenant, or as a consumer in this country and I was looking everywhere on the internet…

What I have learned about Denmark

  Time flies! I have been living and studying in Denmark for over 2 years now :) After all, I can say that I couldn't be happier about my decision to live in Copenhagen. But there are a few things, that I have learnt here that I want…
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What a German misses, while living in Denmark

I moved away from Bremen almost 2 years ago and there are some things I simply took for granted back then. I recently thought about what I truly miss since I moved here to Denmark. Let me share a few thoughts with you, about little treasures…

Where is home?

  I was born in Germany. But my parents are Vietnamese. Therefore I must be Vietnamese too. So I am German with Vietnamese roots, right? No, I am German, no doubts about that.. Actually, I don't know. I still can't answer this simple…
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Basics for studying in Denmark

My friends and family keep asking me a lot about my study life in Denmark. Therefore I decide to write this blog post,with the purpose to answer related questions and maybe help some of you to find your way into Denmark's universities. I chose…