denmark

Denmark
May 24, 2010 12:44pm CST
Hi people. This summer I'll be moving to Denmark to attend college there. I'm very anxious. I don't know for now exactly in which town, I'm to decide between Aalborg and Horsens. Have someone of you been to Denmark or study there??
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@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
24 May 10
I am from Denmark. I have lived in Horsens and I also know Aalborg quite well. I like both places and I think that the biggest difference is the size. Aalborg is bigger than Horsens, and there are more schools, more shops, more restaurants, more pubs etc. If you choose Horsens you will be living close to Aarhus and that is the second largest city in Denmark. What you are going to study? If you have any questions I will be happy to help you. You can add me as a friend if you want. I hope you will enjoy your time in my country
• Denmark
25 May 10
I'm going to study marketing management, then international sales. All the courses will be in english. By the way, I hope to find a job there soon, as my parents can't afford to keep me there. I've found out that I will manage to get one being an english speaker, I mean even if I don't know danish. I understood that the avarage is 13 Euros per hour. What do you think? Will i find a job?
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@Porcospino (16435)
• Denmark
25 May 10
It is possible to find a job even if you don't speak Danish. I think it depends what kind of job you are looking for. Some employers will accept a worker who doesn't speak Danish, other employers are pretty strict and don't hire workers who don't speak Danish even if the workers don't need to speak or understand Danish in order to do the work. If you don't know these sites already you could have a look at: www.workindenmark.dk or www.seasonalwork.dk On those sites you can read more about the rules and there are some descriptions of available jobs (in English)