Costs & Fees

Program Cost 

  • Our Service fee. The amount vary by program and if you come from a non EU/EEA country and services requested. Please submit your pre-application free to receive an individualised quote.

  • €392, – Visa processing. Paid directly to Danish Authorities, SIRI.
  • €150 – 195 Biometric features. Danish Embassy/Visa Service Center.   (Recorded fingerprints and facial images) Paid directly to Embassy/ Visa Service Center. 
  • Upon request. Local Country Partner. If you are applying through one of our international cooperators, please contact them for program fee details as they may vary depending on services offered. 

 Our service fee includes:

  • Placement at a reputable company. The farm you will be placed on is internship approved farm and inspected by Jordbrugets Uddannelser and complies with Agriculture Code of Practice outlined by the Health and Safety Authority of Denmark.
  • Internship contract defining the internship program terms and conditions.
  • Visa application. We handle the entire visa process and do all the paperwork.
  • On-Site Support. 
  • Accommodation. See the costs. The employer provide  accommodation. 
  • Medical insurance. When you work legally in Denmark, you are covered by the Danish health insurance system.
  • Résumé review and revision.
  • Airport Pickup. 
  • Registration with Danish SKAT Authorities (TAX) and receive SKAT Card (TAX ) 
  • Webinars.
  • Welcome information package. A practical handbook guide about life in Denmark and orientation into culture and living in Denmark.
  • Certificate upon successful completion of the internship.

Internship Packages DOES NOT include

  • Airfare. Airfare can vary widely. Be sure to purchase your tickets as early as possible.
  • Bus / train / car transportation. Some students decide to buy a used car when they arrive in DK. 
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance. Travel insurance is compulsory for all interns on an agri LIDA program. We’re dedicated to keeping all program participants safe, healthy and happy – so this is a really important requirement.

 Payment options:

  1. Direct international bank transfer: Jyske Bank A/S.
    Branch: Jyske Bank A/S, Vestergade 8-16, 8600 Silkeborg
    Account Name: agri LIDA
    IBAN: BK9306970000827797
    Account Number: 0697 – 0000827797
  2. PayPal. Pay online at our website. (Transfer fee €43. The amount will appear on the invoice from agri LIDA)
  3. TransferMate. It is pretty simple and efficient! The pricing is very simple and transparent. TransferMate offers you a better exchange rate than the one offered by most banks.

 When is payment due?

  • When you accept a placement this is when you make a financial commitment.
  • Payment is due 5 dayes from the date your invoice was issued. In order to facilitate administrative procedures, and only if you´re accepted, you´ll have to pay the fees easily after receiving the good news.
  • When we get the payment we’ll be able to start gathering the documents and signatures on them. Invoices will be issued via email to you directly, or to any institution paying for its students. We don’t accept cash. All fees must be paid to before arrival.

International Bank/Wire Transfers costs.

Intermediary Banks or Wire Transfers deduct their charges directly from the amount being transferred. As a rule of thumb the fees of international transfers are around €25 – 43.

Get an estimate of your expenses

Global internships do cost money but if you plan the right way, you may return home with more money than you thought, and a poppin’ resume! It’s a win-win! 🤩So before you go, sit down with a budget worksheet and outline your anticipated costs.

  • Internship expenses can include housing, meals, transportation, health/travel insurance, and any extra expenses such as traveling, entertainment, etc. Making an outline for yourself to follow helps you to visually see what you will be spending while you are there.
  • The actual total cost will vary for each participant depending on spending habits and travel plans.  Understanding what’s included in your internship program fees is essential for you.
  • Write down everything such as what housing costs, how much public transportation is, and how much you want to spend on living expenses each week such as food and drinks.

Research, research, RESEARCH! 

  • Knowing how much things cost in another country is an important part of how to intern abroad on a budget. Don’t assume things will cost the same or even be cheaper.
  • Research the cost of basic necessities such as food, toiletries, the cost of a taxi, and even a coffee! It will help you be more prepared once you arrive and not overpay for your items.

Terms & Conditions

  • The following terms of use apply to all participants who make use of the services provided by agri LIDA. Therefore please read our Terms and Conditions with care before accepting and signing the contract.

Contact agri LIDA to receive an individualised price.

  • All prices are listed in EURO.  Here is a Currency Converter just in case you need it.

Prices are subject to change due to currency fluctuation or unforeseen economic circumstances.