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A thatched roof over your head: How to find a place to live in Denmark

 

If you’re looking for a place to live in Denmark, you’ll find plenty of charming thatched-roof cottages available in the countryside. Finding an inexpensive apartment in Copenhagen is harder.
 

Hear all our How to Live in Denmark podcasts on Spotify and on Apple Podcasts (iTunes).

 

Get the How to Work in Denmark Book for more tips on finding a job in Denmark, succeeding at work, and understanding your Danish boss. It can be ordered via Amazon or Saxo.com or from any bookstore using the ISBN 978-743-000-80-8. Contact Kay to ask about bulk purchases, or visit our books site to find out how to get the eBook. You can also book a How to Work in Denmark event with Kay for your school, company, or professional organization.

 

 

 

 

 

Want to read more? Try the How to Live in Denmark book, available in paperback or eBook editions, and in English, Chinese, and Arabic. If you represent a company or organization, you can also book Kay Xander Mellish to stage a How to Live in Denmark event tailored for you, including the popular How to Live in Denmark Game Show. Kay stages occasional free public events too. Follow our How to Live in Denmark Facebook page to keep informed.

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Working in Denmark or hoping to find a job in Denmark? Get the How to Work in Denmark Book for tips on finding a job, succeeding at work, and understanding your Danish boss. It can be ordered via Amazon or Saxo.com or from any bookstore using the ISBN 978-8-743-000-80-8. Contact Kay to ask about bulk purchases, including special orders with your company logo. You can also plan a How to Work in Denmark event with Kay for your school, company, or professional organization.

How to Live in Denmark is the updated version of our very first book based on the popular podcast and the essays you’ll see on this site. You can purchase it on Amazon and Saxo.com, or get the original book on Google Play in English, Chinese, and Arabic. You can also book Kay Xander Mellish to stage an event tailored for your company or organization, including the popular How to Live in Denmark Game Show, a great way for Danes and internationals to have fun together.

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    Reply jesper February 2, 2015 at 3:29 pm

    Love your pods but then they are not quite unbiased.

    Education is not free, it is paid for for by someone i.e. the tax payers as is the public healthcare system (and yes, you can make a case about how long you have to wait for most of the surgeries.e.e. unless you are about to die) .

    You have lived in DK sufficiently long and obviously are quite sophisticated person so I while I think your statement of how the state/ tax department is taking deep cuts into the Danes personal income it is grossly simplistic and your should know that there is more to the story than”Deep cuts”, unless you are a LA candidate for LA.

    Just like your claim of “free education”! There is no free education ion Denmark, it is all paid for and it is by the money that people cough up in income taxes, VAT etc. And that is the same that ” Free” Healthcare is financed.

    So be real, even in Scandinavia there is no free lunch.

    Anyway, like your pods but be comprehensive and present the other cons or in some case s the pros as well.

    BTW I am one of the many Danes that have benefited from taxpayers’ funding tertiary education.

    I was the first in my family graduating high school and the first and so far only one with a MSc. And that thanks to the Scandinavian model or whatever US citizens coin what ever and however we do like to organize ourselves in Northern Europe.

    anyway, have good fun listening to your dating etc pods. I am happy that I am older and wiser (although only a little bit)

    Could lokk with the citizens test bit as you know it is not the civil servants that is the cause of change but their political masters and therein lies a big difference between the Anglo-sac on system and Denmark.’

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