I hope it will save your time, and you´ll become much more familiar with the environment of the new country.
Jaké počasí očekávat
Bydlení na koleji
Kredit nebo smlouva ?
A zase ta práce
Cell phone and calling
If you have an iPhone, Samsung or even blackberry, I think that unlocking it and getting an SIM card in Denmark is absolutely the best way to go. Do you have dual sim cell phone? Congratulations ! I don’t at that mean that every time I make a bank transfer from my Czech account, I need to change mi sim card :/ That way you can use wi-fi on your smartphone, but still have a cheap Danish calling and SMS plan. During introduction week, you will be given an SIM card with a little credit (maybe 40 DKK). This card will give you your Danish phone number and the ability to put as much money into your phone as need be. The Company is called Lebara, and their rates seemed fair to me.
What’s the weather like in Denmark?I didn’t think that the weather was super unpleasant in the winter months. It was certainly cold, but more of a windy and wet cold, rather than a snow-filled wonderland. I believe this is because of how close Horsens is to the water. Pack warm clothes for sure if you will be there during the spring. In April and May, it starts to get nice until it reaches about 20 degrees Celsius. Summer in Denmark will be beautiful. At least I hope in it 😀
It seems like accommodation tends to get back to students a bit last minute at the time. However, having said that, if you do not hear back with your accommodation plans prior to a couple weeks of your trip, I would strongly recommend that you follow up with an email or call to the accommodation office. As mentioned above, they really are friendly people and there to help you. Keep in mind that they are very busy with getting all incoming students a place to stay, so they may not get back to you right away sometimes.
Student account in Danish bank
When it comes to banks, I highly recommend you pick a bank that is convenient for you to get to. Banks like Nordea or Dansk Bank will be spread well across Denmark and will be convenient to get to wherever you are in Denmark. For an “Easy Account” or “Nem Konto” (what you will need for basic banking or direct deposits from a job – free to open), I found that there wasn’t a huge different between banks when it came to any ATM fees. Feel free to do a little research if ATM fees are a big deal for you.
How to find a job in Denmark It is a little difficult to pick up a decent part time job. Don’t be discouraged, though, if you are searching and you will not give up you will be successful in the end. I know people who are searching with no success and on the other hand friends who were influenced by their financial situation and they succeed. The competition is pretty high, so I would recommend you ask somebody who is currently working somewhere since this is the easiest way to get a job according to me.
|Boats are everywhere If you live ear coast|
|I have already mentioned SKAGEN in HERE.|