To maximize the potential of business Denmark officials advised dropping the cap for international students

The IDA, engineering association has formally requested the Danish government to provide more work opportunities after graduation for international students

International students have added 26 million kroner apart from living expenses to the Danish economy of which 12 billion came from fields like engineering, natural science and technical sciences

The expenditure of the Danish government offset the spending of international students by working and staying in Denmark

The country needs manpower in the field of IT, natural science, and engineering to sustain its economy. The country offers education and opportunities to students

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