Congratulations, you just got accepted to your dream school! Now what? It’s time to start looking for housing. However, international students moving to Denmark often face many difficulties not just finding accommodations, but figuring out where to even begin, and, ultimately, frequently getting scammed.
Moving to Denmark was by far the biggest thing I have ever done in the 19 years of my life. I was excited about everything, but mostly I was scared that I would move all my things to a completely new country and realize I had been ripped off and had no place to stay.
It’s important for landlords and tenants to comprehend international students' struggles in Denmark. Let’s take a closer look at some of the biggest ones.
1. When should I start looking for housing?
2. Where do I search for housing?
3. No pictures of properties
4. Deposit and pre-paid rent
6. Where to get help
Both Denmark and international students benefit from internationals living and studying in Denmark. Therefore, it is important to keep and nurture this relationship in every way possible. The first step – finding out in detail, what exactly international students struggle with and how can we make this easier for them.
In the upcoming articles, I will explain the main pain points international students have because both Denmark and its students benefit from internationals living and studying in Denmark. Therefore, it is important to keep and nurture this relationship in every way possible.