British Council in Denmark

At the British Council Denmark we have worked with partners to promote stronger cultural relations between countries, to foster discussions about equality and diversity, and to introduce people to a wide range of UK and international artists.  We have provided many platforms and networks for open, international debates on contemporary issues, as well as providing access to specialist knowledge and expertise. 

Discover how you can connect with us.

Contact

For general enquiries please email: denmark.enquiries@britishcouncil.org

Exams

You can take IELTS tests and university and professional exams in Denmark through Edu-Danmark and Cambridge English exams through Studieskolen. These organisations provide detailed information about each exam to help you choose the most suitable exam for you.

IELTS

How can I contact Edu-Danmark?

EDU

Nikolaj Plads 26, 2. sal

1067 København K

Telephone: 7020 28 64 

Email: ielts@edu-danmark.dk

How to register for IELTS

IELTS test dates and fees

How to check your IELTS results online

IELTS test cancellation and refund

CAMBRIDGE ENGLISH

How can I contact Studieskolen?

Studieskolen

Borgergade 12

1300 Copenhagen K

Telephone: +45 33 18 79 00

Email: info@studieskolen.dk

How to register for Cambridge English exams in Denmark

Cambridge Exam dates 2015 in Denmark

How to check your Cambridge English results online

PROFESSIONAL AND UNIVERSITY EXAMS

Professional and University exams are for people who wish to obtain a British professional qualification, such as accountancy and law or a University qualification, such as MBAs and other university degree examinations, including those related to distance learning programmes. Please contact the exams team at Edu-Danmark to find out about the different  exams that are offered in Denmark.

A royal education

Of all Heads of State who studied at universities abroad, 32 per cent attended universities in the UK, with Denmark's Queen Margrethe II among them.

 

Other celebrated alumni of the UK include former US President Bill Clinton, co-founder of LinkedIn Reid Hoffman and Nobel Peace Prize winner Aung San Suu Kyi.

For Nevin Xiao, chief operating officer at the UCF Group in China, his UK experience brought a cultural cachet that directly translated into a better deal at a job interview. Hear from other international graduates of UK universities on our blog: 

http://blog.britishcouncil.org/2014/09/25/education-uk-alumni-awards-what-are-the-benefits-of-international-alumni/ 

Study in the UK

The United Kingdom offers you a world-leading education system, with UK qualifications that can make a real difference to your career.

Are you are thinking of studying at a UK university, college, or boarding school, or learning English in the UK? Our Education UK website to find out how to apply for schools, colleges and universities in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. 

Search for the course that is best for you on the EducationUK website.

Supporting Social Enterprises

The British Council brings together social enterprise networks and organisations across Europe to share experiences and discuss policy, as well as providing valuable access to UK expertise. 

Find out more about how we are supporting social enterprises.

British Council Arts

We work with the best of British creative talent to develop innovative, high-quality events and collaborations with artists and cultural institutions around the world.

We help people working in the arts and the creative industries in the UK and across the world to exchange, collaborate and create.

Follow British Council Arts on Storify.