Get a network, gain experience and settle in Denmark
For alumni in the Aalborg area
International House North Denmark
International House North Denmark in Aalborg is here to help you and other internationals in Aalborg.
Settling in another country is not an easy process. Though you may have lived in Denmark for some time throughout your studies at AAU, there may still be some things that are difficult for you. International House can help you navigate around these problems.
International House’s main areas of assistance are jobseeking, entrepreneurship, and culture and leisure.
Everything you need as an international in North Denmark is gathered in International House. It’s a great place to start if you need a network or need help looking for a job.
For alumni in the Copenhagen area
International House Copenhagen
International House Copenhagen’s objective is to provide international citizens with the help they need when settling in Copenhagen by giving them the comfort of a one-point entry.
In your new life as a graduate, maybe looking for a job og starting a new job, you may have some questions. International House Copenhagen is ready to assist you with everything from paperwork to practicalities, ensuring things run smoothly from your very first day.
For alumni in the Esbjerg area
Newcomer Service – The Municipality of Esbjerg
When you're graduating and starting a new life in Denmark, either working or looking for a job in Denmark, you may have new questions. At Newcomer Service in Esbjerg you can find guidance on matters such as housing, spouse job search, finding a babysitter, Danish culture, leisure activities, social networks, how to establish new network groups, guidance on the digital signature called NemID, eboks, etc.
Esbjerg International Community
Esbjerg International Community is a group of citizens of many nationalities - both internationally-minded Danes and foreign-born newcomers – which organises social events.
Practise your languages skills
Do you want to practise your languages skills visit the free website www.swaplanguage.com. The concept is the following:
Find a language partner who speaks the language you want to learn – Set up a meeting – Meet in your town.
One user/Kristina F. Nielsen states: I got to practice a spanish that I thought I had forgotten completely and it reawoke it to speak with spanish speakers, who could help me with words and meaning. I also talked danish with a young girl, who really needed to learn the language and it was as good an experience, if not better, to be on the contributing side of learning a new language. This project makes sense and made me stop talking english to everybody all the time.