How to get entry to Denmark
Important information for international students
A political agreement has been reached on rules and restrictions on travels into and out of Denmark. The political agreement will enter into force from 21 April 2021.This means that students travelling from yellow and orange countries can now enter Denmark again. However, the colour of your country will affect the requirements relating to your entry to Denmark. Please check the colour of your country here.
Documentation of worthy purpose for entering Denmark
International UCN students who want to enter Denmark may need documentation to prove that UCN is physically open. For that reason, UCN has prepared a personal document for all international students to show on request as documentary evidence of their worthy purpose when entering Denmark. It is important that students bring either a printed or a digital copy of the document when they want to enter Denmark.
- Current international students will have received the document in their UCN inbox.
- Incoming exchange students will have received the document through MoveOn.
The document states that if the Danish authorities have any questions about the document, the authorities should call UCN where we will be ready to help.
Link for students without residence in Denmark
If you do not have residence in Denmark, you can read more about entry on the Danish Police’s website: Foreigners habitually resident abroad. On the website, you can read about required documentation and what you have to do after arriving in Denmark. It is crucial that you check the official website as all countries will be assigned a colour by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark on a weekly basis. Your travel is dependent on the colour when entering Denmark. Please note that you are required to present a negative Covid-19 test taken no more than 24hrs before boarding the plane to or entering Denmark.
Link for students with residence in Denmark
You can read more about entry into Denmark on the Danish Police’s website: Persons resident in Denmark or of Danish nationality or holding a valid residence permit to Denmark.
For any questions, you may contact the Danish Police’s hotline on +45 7020 6044.