Copenhagen Relocations can assist with the practicalities of relocation and provide general guidance to help you settle in quickly. Services include home search and contract negotiation, school and childcare registration, opening bank accounts, and arranging household utilities. We also offer workshops on cross-cultural awareness.
Michèle Bramstoft, Managing Director
+45 7020 9580
CPH International Service is a department within the Culture and Leisure administration of Copenhagen. We organize several annual events at the International House and culture and leisure activities for international citizens in cooperation with the city’s libraries, culture houses and leisure centers.
Furthermore, we advise newcomers on leisure life in Copenhagen, for example during free ”Leisure Guidance” workshops at the International House.
The International Citizen Service (ICS) is a public service centre for foreign employees and job seekers.
At ICS we can help with the paperwork you will need to complete on arrival, for instance EU registration certificates* (issued on Wednesdays 10:00-15:00 and Thursdays 11:00-15:00 only), tax card, social security number (CPR - please apply online)/healthcare card, and can provide personal guidance on living and working in Denmark.
Most of the authorities you will need to contact are represented at ICS, including the Ministry of Employment, the Tax and Customs Administration 'SKAT', and the state and municipal administrations.
*During the two days, The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) is able to issue 62 EU registration certificates. Please book an appointment and bring all relevant documents.
Mon & Wed-Fri: 8.00-14.00
+45 3366 6606
If you have a question concerning your application for a CPR number, please contact us at email@example.com
ISM is a department within the Central Administration section of the University of Copenhagen. ISM offers services and support to all international researchers, academics and PhD fellows on all issues related to their employment at the University.
Mon & Tues: 10.00-16.00
Thurs & Fri: 10.00-16.00
+45 2480 5416
Copenhagen Host Program matches newcomers who have been in Denmark for less than 5 years with local volunteer hosts. The host can help you in your job search, practice Danish with you or help you integrate socially and culturally.
Copenhagen Host Program is present at the International House on Tuesdays from 10.00-15.00 and Fridays from 12.00-14.00.
Spousecare provides a complete range of services to assist companies in integrating new hires from abroad and their families. We have specialized in taking care of spouses and partners and offer individual tailor-made programmes including career counselling, culture workshops and networking.
Spousecare is a private company working for the companies hiring international talents and the Spousecare services are not free of charge.
For further info, please contact us at:firstname.lastname@example.org
Anette Pilmark, Managing Director
+45 2290 7682
The Copenhagen Post was established in 1997 and is the only newspaper to offer Danish News in English.
CPH POST is published bimonthly and has a print run of 15,000. The Copenhagen Post is comprised of reports on current events, summaries of news from national Danish newspaper, radio & TV, as well as background articles on national development, debates, comments and others. CPH POST Online is a connected media to printed CPH POST, and readers can find it on CphPost.dk address. It has with up to 300.000 unique users a month.
CPH POST is also present as CPH POST Daily - Monday to Friday Newsletter, CPH POST Mobile App for Apple and Android users and CPH POST Cast.
As an addition to printed publication, we release a Magazine for tourists every 2 Month, called Visit POST and different Special Supplements.
Hans Hermansen, Sales & Marketing Director
+45 2420 2411
Workindenmark is a public service that gives Danish companies and international jobseekers access to staff with extensive experience and expertise in international recruitment of highly skilled employees from abroad.
Workindenmark has been established by the Danish Ministry of Employment to facilitate international recruitment, and has since its establishment in 2008 facilitated contact between Danish companies and international employees, and communicated our knowledge and experience to all interested parties.
Workindenmark's services cover the following areas:
- We help Danish companies find foreign labour
- We help foreign jobseekers find a job in Denmark
- We facilitate contact to the necessary authorities
- We help companies and foreign workers to get a good start
Mon-Wed 10.00 -15.00
Thurs 11.00 - 15.00
Fri 10.00 - 14.00
Phone assistance (+45 7222 3300):
Mon-Thurs 10.00 - 16.00
Fri 10.00 - 15.30