A study abroad period can be arranged without additional costs compared to staying at home, but it can also be quite expensive, e.g. if you choose to study outside an exchange programme.
As an exchange student, you will basically need to cover the same expenses as at home: food, accommodation, books and personal pleasures. It all depends on your preferences and financial situation.
The typical costs are:
- Travel to and from the host university
- Accommodation and living expenses abroad*
- Social and cultural experiences abroad
Please notice that sometimes you will need to provide your host university with proof that you are able to finance your stay abroad. This is especially used when going overseas.
*Remember to apply grants and scholarships to help finance your stay abroad.
Avoid double housing expenses
Also remember to rent out your apartment/dorm room in Denmark, while you are studying abroad. Additional information about subletting your apartment to an international student can be found at the subpage Accommodation.
- Exchange vs. self-arranged
- Subletting your flat
- Applying for private grants