Dear you, we warmly welcome you to Denmark
We would like to express our solidarity and support to everybody affected by the war in Ukraine and wish to support those who have decided to live and work in Denmark temporarily or permanently
We are a non-profit foundation that assists professionals and businesses for free to make a successful start in Denmark and Copenhagen.
We can connect you with Danish companies that are ready to hire internationals temporarily or permanently
What you can expect when you work and live in Denmark:
- Work-life balance
- Non-hierarchical working culture
- Welfare and social benefits
- High quality education for your children
AGENDAIntroduce your agenda with a short text or delete this sentence.
9:00-10:00Location: Auditorium 1
WelcomeIntroduction by Johh Smith, CEO of Mars
10:00-12:00Location: Grand Hall
First sessionPresentation: Life on Mars by Johh Smith, CEO of Mars
13:00-15:00Location: Grand Hall
Second sessionPresentation: Are men really from Mars? by Johh Smith, CEO of Mars
15:00-16:30Location: Grand Hall
Round up and goodbyeSum up of today by John Smith, CEO of Mars
Find a job
We have more than +2000 open positions within the fields of IT/Tech, Engineering, Game Development and Life Science in our career portal.
If you’re looking for a job within industry, production or electrical installations.
If you don’t see an immediate job match for your skills, you may sign up to our Unsolicited Application below, that way we can contact you as soon as we have a job available that fits your skills.
Ukrainians can get a residence permit in Denmark
As a Ukrainian citizen you can obtain a temporary residence permit and create a basis for a life in Denmark with school, education and work. You do not have to apply for asylum to obtain a residence permit. This is applicable to Ukrainian citizens and persons with refugee status in Ukraine as well as accompanying core family and other family members supported in the same household.
There are different rules for residency in Denmark depending on your country of origin. If you are a citizen of an EU/EEA country, Switzerland or a Nordic country, you can reside in Denmark according to special regulations. For other nationalities you must apply for a residence and work permit. You also need to apply for a work permit if you will be doing unpaid work or seek sideline employment.
- Information to Ukrainian citizens (Guide to residence permit for Ukrainians)
- Information about residency in Denmark (All nationalities)
- Ukrainian Embassy in Denmark
- Life in Denmark (The official guide to Life in Denmark)
- Work in Denmark
- International citizen service
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