Going to Denmark
Official website of Denmark
The website is Denmark’s official internet representative. One of the ambitions of the portal is to facilitate the gathering of information on Denmark, Danes and Danish customs for foreigners.
Work in Denmark
Workindenmark.dk is the official website of Denmark for international recruitment and job seeking.
Study in Denmark
Studyindenmark.dk is a website for international students about higher education in Denmark. The website contains information for international students about studying, living and working in Denmark.
• The Prime Minister’s Office
• Ministry of Business and Growth
• Ministry of Children and Education
• Ministry of Climate, Energy and Building
• Ministry of Culture
• Ministry of Defence
• Ministry of Economy and the Interior
• Ministry of the Environment
• Ministry of Employment
• Ministry of Equality and Ecclesiastical Affairs
• Ministry of Finance
• Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries
• Ministry of Foreign Affairs
• Ministry of Health
• Ministry of Housing, Urban and Rural Affairs
• Ministry of Justice
• Ministry of Science, Innovation and Higher Education
• Ministry of Social Affairs and Integration
• Ministry of Taxation
• Ministry of Transport
SKAT is the Danish government body responsible for collecting taxes and duties.
Labour Market Authority
The National Labour Market Authority
The National Labour Market Authority is supplementing recruitment from within the Danish population with recruitment of foreign workers to sectors which have a labour shortage.
Cevea is an independent centre-left think tank that develops ideas with the purpose to work for a society based on the values of equality, freedom and community.
Centre for Political Studies
CEPOS is an independent liberal think tank promoting a society based on freedom, responsibility, private initiative and limited government.
National Library of Denmark
The National Library of Denmark has a search engine for books in English.
The academy is a conference centre where businesses and branch organisations, scientists or politicians can find suitable settings for relevant thematic discussions of renewable energy, energy savings or new technology.
Risø – National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy
Risø undertakes highly-specialised research in the fields of renewable energy, biofuel, electrical vehicles, ‘smart grid’, energy technology, energy planning, energy systems of the future, etc.
The Nordic Centre for Renewable Energy
The Nordic Centre for Renewable Energy is a non-profit, independent organization that provides research on renewable energy, industrial innovation and implementation of renewable energy technologies in Denmark.
The Knowledge Centre for Agriculture
The Knowledge Centre for Agriculture adapts and communicates the latest knowledge for the agriculture sector, allowing Danish farmers and horticulturalists to produce the best quality products for a world class food production.
The Confederation of Danish Employers (DA)
The Confederation of Danish Employers represents 14 employers’ organisations with a membership of more than 28,000 Danish private companies in manufacturing, retail, transport, services and construction.
The Danish Confederation of Trade Unions (LO)
The Danish Confederation of Trade Unions is the largest national trade union confederation in Denmark and is recognised as the most representative workers' organisation in both the private and the public sector.
Local Government Denmark
Local Government Denmark (LGDK) is the interest group and member authority of Danish municipalities.
The Danish National Organisation for Gay Men, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgendered persons
The organisation aims to work for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered people’s political, social, cultural and workplace equality at every level of society.
DANIDA (The Danish Organisation for Development Cooperation)
Danida is the term used for Denmark’s development cooperation, which is an area of activity under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark.
State of Green
As the official green brand for Denmark, State of Green gathers all leading players in the fields of energy, climate, water and environment and fosters relations with international stakeholders interested in learning from the Danish experience.
The Danish Consumer Council
The Danish Consumer Council is an independent membership organisation which works for the promotion of sustainable and socially responsible consumption and efficient markets. Our purpose is to defend consumer rights and make consumers a power in the market.
EU Information Centre
The objective of the Centre is to answer questions from Danish citizens concerning the European Union (with emphasis on Denmark's participation in the EU decision making process), and to disseminate information and documentation concerning the EU to all interested parties.
The Royal Family
Office of the Lord Chamberlain
PO Box 2143
DK-1015 København K