Denmark Green Card points calculator.
Considered to be among the top destinations for attracting skilled talent, Denmark offers foreign workers better career prospects and a well-balanced life. The country follows an immigration points’ calculator – Denmark Greencard scheme – to evaluate the eligibility of an applicant. To be eligible, an applicant must score a minimum of 100 points. They are reviewed for:
Your educational level must be at least the equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in Denmark. The higher the level of education the higher you score, with a PhD candidate earning 80 points. Meanwhile bonus points will be awarded to graduates from internationally recognised universities or if you have qualifications for jobs that are in demand in Denmark. You can read up on jobs positive list here: http://
To be given points for language skills, you must document your scores in Danish, Swedish, Norwegian,English or German. A foreigner’s language skills are assessed on a four-level system and can earn a maximum of 30 points. Also a statement from previous employer attesting usage of these languages foratleast one year on the job can be submitted as proof of fluency.
Work experience within the last five years of a researcher or those from the fields listed in Denmark’s positive list is awarded points with a maximum of 15 points for 3-5 years experience.
You could gain points for your experience in the EU/EEA or Switzerland, as it increases your chances of adapting to the Danish labour market.
Those between 35 and 40 years score 10 points, while those below 34 are awarded 15 points.
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