Worldwide Nepalese Students' Organization



Many Danish students have a subsidiary source of income (job) while they are studying. However, international students are not automatically granted a work permit. You may have to apply for a work permit for up to 15 hours of work per week during the semester, and full time during summer holidays, i.e. June, July and August. Generally the jobs International students do is cleaning, washing dishes, and distributing daily newspapers since it is easy to find part time job in these sector. Other working options for students are rare. But finding above mentioned jobs are easy. And the salary would be 80 - 100 DKK Per hour. One thing to remember is Denmark has very high percentage of tax. For Nepalese students every month 3500 DKK has 8% of tax and all above that 46% of tax has to be paid.