Relocating to a new country and embarking on a new career isn’t just a physical journey.
It’s a mental plunge and a practical challenge. It’s the thrill and excitement of new adventures mixed with the fear of the unknown and uncertainty of starting over.
We’re convinced that Central Denmark is a place of great opportunities, with something for everyone. But getting the most out of what we have to offer requires a bit of help.
Luckily, there’s lots of help to be found. With strong international communities throughout the region, public institutions set up to help people in your exact situation and of course, vast resources available online to guide you before, during and after your move.
Where to find the job - and what about healthcare?
First of all, you might want a bit more knowledge about Denmark before actually deciding to move. And maybe start researching some of the job openings suited for expats.
You can check out the open jobs to take that first step, if a career in Denmark sounds right for you.
OK, so you got the job and you’re packing your bags. There are some practicalities to take care of. Cover your bases here - everything from knowledge on driving to health care, the holiday system, insurance and so on.
There will also be some paperwork involved. But to keep everything as simple as possible, everything has been placed under one virtual roof here.
Ready to mingle!
Once you’ve moved, you’ll probably want to settle in properly. Get accustomed to life and the area. Find friends and enjoy Danish customs. Your local municipality will have resources to help you with everything from the daycare system to Danish language courses and expat networks.
And if you really want to become part of Danish society, find an “association” to take part in. These associations are interest groups based on anything from sports to craft beer, chess or choir. Meeting points based on volunteer work, where you show up and do what you love with people that share your passion. The Danish way of socialising around something you enjoy.
Your local municipality will also be able to help you find a “forening” (association) you would enjoy.
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