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//The Road to Getting a Job in Denmark as an International
Are you curious as to how you get a job in Denmark when you do not speak Danish? We interviewed an international student working in a reputed Danish company to answer these and many more interesting questions as to how she did it.
//Danish Christmas Traditions
In Denmark there are quite a few different Christmas traditions that you may not know about. Increase your knowledge in our traditions now!
//Holiday Travel Guide
It is almost time to travel home for the holidays. Which means of travelling should you choose?
//Danish Beer Traditions
Did you get invited to something called a “julefrokost”, and are you unsure what that is?
//Biking for beginners (internationals)
Welcome to Aarhus! As you’ve probably noticed early on, people in Denmark love biking. Maybe you’ve experienced it already, but there are a few rules that are very good to know if you want to travel by bike. Especially, if you want to avoid crashes and angry Danes yelling things you don’t understand. We have collected 13 short and ’good to know’ tips for you:
//We don’t just run - we build friendships.
When I began running with Run for Friendship in January, I could only run a few kilometres. In June, I completed a half marathon - and I couldn’t have done it without Run for Friendship.
//Go find your inner Latino and let us dance!
Do you like having fun, making new friends and challenging your boundaries? Sunday night, then the Student house is the place to be.
//Friendship at first sight
Sofie and Eon got matched up in the Friendship Ambassador project, and now they will be friends for the rest of the semester.
//Far from home but close to “hygge”
For most of us, late December is the time when we are “Driving home for Christmas”. But for some of us, Christmas this year will be a whole new experience.