Danish is the language you will hear the most in Denmark. However, English is also very prominent - 86% of Danes speak English as a second language.
Do the Danish speak English?
Denmark has one official language: Danish. However, there are several minority languages spoken throughout the territory, if you include The Faeroe Islands and Greenland. Danes are taught English from a very young age and 86% of all Danes speak English as a second language.
Can you live in Denmark only speaking English?
The answer is No, and Yes. You can work, live and study in Denmark without learning Danish. There are companies who use English as their first language, and a few who will allow you to work in a Danish speaking office without Danish.
Is English taught in Denmark?
The majority of university teaching in Denmark is conducted in Danish, but there are more than 700 internationally renowned programs taught in English, with around 86 percent of Danish citizens speaking English. International students in Denmark can take Danish lessons for free during their studies.
How much is a cup of coffee in Denmark?
In Denmark, a coffee costs $6.05, whereas the expected coffee cost based on the countrys GDP of over $60,000 per capita is $4.20, according to Finders Index calculations.
What kind of jobs are in Denmark?
Jobs in demand include building, energy and electrical engineers, medical consultants, hospital doctors, dentists and pharmacists.
How much is pizza in Denmark?
Pizza shops typically start at around 50 DKK for a pizza and go up to around 80DKK. Pizzas in Denmark are often roughly plate sized and good for 1-2 people depending on your appetite.
How much does it cost to see a doctor in Denmark?
Availability & Cost of Health Care The Danish National Health Service provides free healthcare to residents but does not cover visitors to Denmark. A doctors appointment may cost around 350kr to 500kr.
What is the average wait time to see a doctor in Denmark?
The waiting time for hospital treatment in Denmark was reduced to an average of 51 days in 2013, which is the lowest in nine years. Record low 51 days was all Danish patients last year had to wait from being diagnosed to being admitted to hospital for operation.
Is food expensive in Denmark?
Eating out — like everything in Denmark — is pricey. A meal out at a restaurant serving traditional cuisine costs around 125 DKK. Cheap takeaway sandwich shops cost 80 DKK while a fast-food combo (think McDonalds) are around 80 DKK. For a three-course meal and a drink, expect to pay at least 300 DKK.