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Expat Experiences > Denmark


Angie, Copenhagen

Posted by: Carole on Thursday July 09, 2015 (21:19:44)   (956 Reads)
Who are you?

I am an American teacher and blogger in my late 20s.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I decided to move to Copenhagen, Denmark in October of 2014 to live with my long distance, Danish boyfriend.

What challenges did you face during the move?   more ...

Expat Experiences > Denmark


Rebecca Thandi Norman, Copenhagen

Posted by: Carole on Wednesday May 13, 2015 (21:11:24)   (1168 Reads)
Rebecca Thandi Norman
Who are you?

Rebecca Thandi Norman, co-founder & Editorial Director, Scandinavia Standard. I'm originally from Boston, MA, USA.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I originally moved abroad to Copenhagen in 2008 to study during my undergraduate. During that time I met my current husband and, after moving to London and then Cape Town, we settled back in Copenhagen and have been here since 2012.

What challenges did you face during the move?   more ...

Expat Experiences > Denmark


Laura Berg, Copenhagen

Posted by: Carole on Tuesday May 12, 2015 (20:54:31)   (1213 Reads)
Laura Berg
Who are you?

My name is Laura, and I’m a German expat currently living in Copenhagen. I’m 27 years old and work in an investment bank as a risk manager. In my free time, I also write a blog, The Copenhagen Tales, about my life and experiences as an expat in Denmark.

Where, when and why did you move abroad?

I moved to Copenhagen, Denmark, in September 2012, from Germany. I moved to Denmark to live with my boyfriend, who’s a Dane. During my many visits to Copenhagen, I’d fallen in love with the city, which made the decision to move much easier!   more ...

Expat Experiences > Denmark


Kay Xander Mellish, Copenhagen

Posted by: Carole on Sunday September 01, 2013 (21:06:34)   (41457 Reads)
Kay Xander Mellish
Who are you?

I’m an American living in Denmark, at last count for 13 years. I like it here, and I think it’s an excellent place to raise a family. People work relatively limited hours, so there’s a lot of time for family and friends. And it’s a small, gentle society, so there’s very little of the pressure you see in more competitive places.

Professionally, I was trained as a journalist and worked as a reporter for many years. But it’s very difficult being at the mercy of the news: when you’re a reporter, you have to drop everything and follow the big story whenever it breaks, even on evenings, weekends and holidays. I’ve now moved into communication consulting, and that suits me much better. I work with Danish companies and help them get their message across in English, which I enjoy.   more ...

Expat Experiences > Denmark


Elena Hansen, Billund (Jutland)

Posted by: Carole on Tuesday March 12, 2013 (13:34:06)   (7044 Reads)
Elena Hansen
Who am I?

I’m an open and curious Russian living in Denmark. Have an education in translation, linguistics. If you add new and growing interest in marketing + yoga, then you get pretty much a picture of me. This article will add up to it as well, I believe

Where, when and why did I move to Denmark?

I moved to Denmark in August 2012, because approximately five years ago in Russia I met my Danish prince charming. We met quite commonly, when I started working as his translator in Russia; and 5 years later he was back to Denmark, we got married and decided that Denmark should be our home. So, here I am.   more ...

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