Moving abroad

I was conspecting this website1, and, well, it’s actually worth it, hell, tuition free, in English? Here it’s like I have to beg the state for alimony, English is luxury and everything is outdated. I was considering this university, for example; and it’s more like a community college than a uni, but, hey, they’re like located at 50 meters near oil and pills industry and you have at least the internship guaranteed? My ‘office’ is located in a vacated building after a chemistry business went bankrupt, I’m surrounded by tubes and bottles no one uses and no one disposes of, I’d be glad to learn what to do with them. The only chemistry businesses around here anyway are detergents or floor cleaning solutions.

Anyway, I was looking at the requirements to get a residency permit, which is supposed to be a mere paper for EU members and:

You have sufficient funds, if your disposable amount corresponds to DKK 6,090 per month (2018 level). You must multiply the amount with the number of months you will be studying in a higher educational programme in Denmark – for a maximum of 12 months, however.

You are allowed to work:

for up to 20 hours per week during the normal period of study from September to May, and
full-time through June, July and August.

That’s just about 9.787 euro in the bank account in exchange for the permit to work 20 hours. They don’t even offer you the chance to come, try to find a job and if not, kick you out.

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