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Christian Pedersen is American. But he has a Danish father, speaks Danish and has a rather Danish-sounding name. This has turned out to be more a hindrance than a help in his encounters with the Danish immigration system. For the fourth year in a row, he is struggling to get a student visa.
While universities worldwide were closed due to corona, the number of students on exchange reached an all-time low. Now that the world is beginning to open again, more students are applying to study abroad.
Nanna Andersen's housing situation in Scotland turned out to be emotionally exhausting. But she still doesn’t regret going on exchange.
The House of the Danish Industry Foundation is the new home of the Sino-Danish Center in Beijing, China, where Danish students can choose between seven different master's programmes. Nanotechnology student Sylvester Langvad talked to us about his experiences in Beijing.