Denmark is a well-liked study destination because it has a reputation for having a high quality of life and is frequently named the "happiest country in the world." It is also one of Europe’s safest countries, with high levels of equality and freedom of speech. If that wasn’t enough, the Danes are ranked as the best non-native English speakers in the world! Situated in Northern Europe, Denmark is a small country with a population of 5.5 million. It is bordered by Germany to the south and is connected by a bridge to Sweden in the east. Although it is part of Scandinavia, the weather does not get quite as cold as its neighbors. In winter, the temperature averages in the 30s, and the shortest day is six hours. By summer, the weather is pleasant with temperatures in the high 60’s. If you consider yourself an active person, then Denmark may be of interest. It has the highest number of sports facilities per capita in Europe! The education system of Denmark is excellent and benefits from a large amount of government expenditure. International students are warmly welcomed; the country has the highest percentage of programs in English for non-English-speaking countries. Like in other Scandinavian countries, there is a distinct non-hierarchy between teachers and students. While the academic standards are high, there is also an emphasis on acquiring knowledge that is applicable to the real world. Studying here requires high levels of independence. For every hour of classroom time, you are expected to study for 3 hours outside of class. You are also expected to actively contribute to classroom discussions, and working in groups is often prioritized.