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Yanqi Li got off a Chinese bullet train and, after many a detour, ended up as assistant professor on Frederiksberg Campus. The best thing about Denmark is that you can be a scientist and parent at the same time, she says.
Postdoc Ana Filipa Correia da Silva decided to leave Portugal a year ago to focus on a future with her family in Denmark. The working culture is different, and it has taken some time to learn how to interpret Danish colleagues' body language.
Professor of sociology Claire Maxwell and her family moved from England to Denmark. The workplace culture at the University of Copenhagen is very different from anything she is used to. Among other things, the sanctity of the Danish lunchbreak came as a surprise her.
Manish Kumar Tiwari loves the flat hierarchical structure, the emphasis on a healthy lifestyle, and the informal tone in Denmark. He was born and raised in India but has taught at the University of Copenhagen for four years.