International students are of great value to Denmark

International student from VIA
Marta Jacowska is an example of an international student, who has found a job in Denmark.

Retaining international students in Denmark after they have finished their studies can turn into a huge economic potential. That is to say, they will provide an increase in tax revenue and provide companies with a qualified workforce.

The socioeconomic and policy consultancy, DAMVAD, has completed a questionnaire study amongst international students in Denmark on behalf of the Danish Ministry of Education. The purpose of the study was to get an overview of how many international students would like to stay in Denmark after their graduation.

The study shows that 79% of the international students, who have completed a full-time education in Denmark, expect to find a job in Denmark after their graduation. 

Polish Marta from VIA is the good example showcased in Berlingske Tidende 

The Danish newspaper, Berlingske Tidende, has made an article on the study. And they have used Polish graduate, Marta Jacowska, from the International Sales and Marketing Management programme at VIA Campus Horsens as a case and an example of an international student, who has found a job in Denmark.

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Read the article (in Danish) from Berlingske Tidende 

Read about VIA Campus Horsens 

Learn more about the programme International Sales and Marketing Management