Application instructions

Application instructions

We want all internship applicants to feel prepared and confident. Learn about application requirements and how to prepare your materials. We want to help every applicant submit their strongest application. 

  • Please note: This program is for students who have not yet graduated. 
  • Ensure that you meet any requirements in the internship descriptions.
  • Follow all application instructions carefully and make sure to include all of the requested documents as PDFs.

How to apply?

When to apply?

  • We accept applications all-year-round.
  • Non-EU citizens students are advised to apply at least 6 – 8 months before your intended internship start date in order to be successful and to allow enough time for company matching, job interviews and due to the visa processing.

Supporting documents.

  • Proof of enrolment in ongoing studie.
  • Education evidence / student record book. The transcript or mark sheet must include an up-to-date list of the subjects you have studied and the grades you have obtained in your studies so far.
  • Convincing updated resume / CV. To land that dream internship, you need a good resume.
  • Video presentation. Make it short. MAX 1-2 minute.
  • Autobiography / motivation letter.
  • Reference or recommendation letter.
  • All non-EU citizens must prove their proficiency in English by providing a Cambrigde or IELTS certificate. Minimum score B1. ( EU citizens – do not need certificate in English but all applicants require a high standard of English. Please note that your scores from the English tests must be less than two years old.
  • Valid passport. ( EU citizens – national ID card or passport )
  • Drivers license.

Note to International Applicants

  • Academic records should give detailed information on the content and quality of your performance, courses taken each year, and grades received. The grading scale of the institution and your rank in class should be noted whenever possible.
  • Degrees must be verified by official copies of diplomas or conferral statements on academic records.
  • Academic records must be original documents bearing the institutional seal and official signature of the Registrar or copies verified by a school administrative officer.
  • If the institution does not issue records in English, original language records must be submitted with official English translations. We accept translations issued by the institution or a professional translating service. Translations must be literal and complete versions of the original records.

Verification of Application Data

  • The data you enter in the application, including the contents of all attachments, is subject to verification. It is your responsibility to ensure that all the information provided in the application is accurate.
  • As an applicant, you are liable for all documents submitted during the application process. 

FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS

If you send false documents or information, Danish Authorities refuse your application, and will be reported to the police.

It’s a serious crime to lie, or to send false information.

  • The use of fraudulent documents is covered by the Danish Penal Code and any attempt to obtain admission or recognition by the use of fraudulent documents will be reported to the police.
  • Refused applications
    Where an application has been considered by Danish Authorities and is refused, the fees paid will not be refunded.

Danish Authorities may also:

  • forbid you from entering Denmark for at least 5 years
  • give you a permanent record of fraud with us
  • take away your status as a permanent resident or Danish citizen
  • have you charged with a crime or
  • remove you from Denmark

WHAT ARE FRAUDULENT DOCUMENTS?

Fraudulent documents are documents that refer to academic degrees, courses and grades that the holder of the document has not earned. An official copy/”true copy” of a false document is also regarded as a false document. There are several types of fraudulent documents:

  1. Altered academic credentials
    Documents that were authentic when issued, but have subsequently been manipulated by their content being altered.
  2. Fake documents/documents with incorrect contents
    Such documents can be home-made or created by professional forgers. They include imitations of documents from genuine and established educational institutions, and/or documents that appear to be from an educational institution whose name and logo are similar to an established higher education institution, or are from an institution that only exists on paper.
  3. Academic credentials “produced at the higher education institution”
    These credentials are issued using the correct templates, stamps and signatures, but they are issued to persons who did not take the education that the document refers to.
  4. Diploma mill/degree mill/fake university
    This is an enterprise that produces diplomas and degrees requiring and providing little or no education. Such diplomas are usually signed by persons without the right to award degrees or titles.