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Denmark is an excellent place for study

Muhammad Nazrul Islam, Bangladesh. Master in Rural Poultry Production and Health, University of Copenhagen. 
Current job position: Professor, Sylhet Agricultural University, Bangladesh

University of Copenhagen is an excellent university for higher study. In my MSc Course in Rural Poultry Production and Health, all teachers, organizers and resident providers gave us maximum efforts for achieving knowledge and skills to apply them in our own countries. 

Impressed by the Danes friendliness

Esther Mwakitalu, Tanzania. National Institute for Medical Research. Research Scientist, PhD. University of Copenhagen, 2010-13.

I am very impressed by the friendliness of the Danish people.  Everywhere you go people are ready to help. The Danish trust and faithfulness is what I treasure and what I miss when I am away from it, but I keep in touch with Denmark by communication with my Danish friend

An experience of cultural diversity and intrigue

Milcah Abasabyona, Uganda. Msc Anthropology of Education and Globalization 2015 - 2017 at Aarhus University.

My experience in Denmark as a student has been a transformational one. From being a relaxed and laid back person, I became focused and more fast-paced. From the start, everything seemed unusual to me but my curiosity pushed me to make meaning out of each scenario.

From culture shock to improved self confidence 

Collins Duodu Prah, Ghana. PhD studies 2014-15 at Technical University of Denmark, DTU. PhD student, 2014-17, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, Kumasi, Ghana.

I was completely shocked barely a week after my arrival in Denmark when my Danish supervisor asked me not to call him by his first name, not his title. But it bridged a huge gap of tension and helped to build my self-confidence. It developed my thinking and approach in issue solving.