At Expat Focus, we like to be on the lookout for resources around the web that could help prospective expats adjust to their new countries. Today, we’re taking a look at Denmark and some of the social media accounts you should be following if you’re thinking of moving there.Aarhus Internationals
If you want the lowdown on life in Aarhus this group is a necessity for you. With over fifteen thousand active members to connect with and frequent events posted, expat life in Aarhus is certainly active. Helpful links about housing, established communities, relocation and most other elements of setting up a new expat life have already been collated for you and any other questions will be quickly answered.
Indians in Denmark
A strong network of over four thousand members, all supporting each other towards integration into the Danish community. Personal experiences are offered on all subjects, from visa issues to studying, jobs to saving money, and any questions asked are respectfully answered. A related website also holds a catalogue of the recommendations and advice from the group and makes an excellent starting point for researching a move to Denmark.
British Expats in Denmark
Strictly Brits talking about everything related to living and working in Denmark. This friendly bunch are always happy to offer recommendations and support to new expats, new initiatives and share their own personal stories. Events and more specialised groups are linked too, if you are looking for a girls’ night out or to meet some local anglophiles you’ll find out where to go here.
Americans in Denmark
A group supporting Americans living all over Denmark. A fairly active and very welcoming group of people who are happy to share their experiences about moving to and living in Denmark. You will be able to pick up most essential expat information through reading the posts, and here there is no such thing as a silly question, so feel free to ask away and make use of some more experienced expat minds.
Expats in Copenhagen
With the aim of making expat life as smooth as possible, this group holds great information on everything from property rentals to job searches and where the best deal can be found for just about anything. If you’re looking for regular events in the city, look no further; this active community has something for everyone.
Expat Community – Copenhagen Denmark
The aim of the group is for expats to help out each other, kind of an expat ‘pay it forward’. You will find everything from second hand furniture for sale to legal services and expat events, the search function is invaluable to find the information you really want and with more than two thousand members on hand if you have a question it is unlikely to go unanswered. Covering the greater Copenhagen area there is a strong supportive community feel in this group, a welcoming place for expats in Copenhagen.
Aarhus Vegetarian/Vegan Internationals
A small, but growing community of likeminded individuals, all sharing their love for vegetarian and vegan food. Whether you are looking for a restaurant recommendation, a specialist ingredient or simply someone to grab a coffee with, this group is an excellent place to start. Food can play a huge part in adapting to expat life, finding a taste of home and a taste for your new home are both equally important.
International Mothers in Aarhus
Run for and by mothers this group aims to be a fun and interactive space where international mums can connect and share experiences. As the saying goes ‘it takes a village to raise a child’, this is a place where expats can find that village. No question is too small for this friendly group and their growing membership is always ready to point you in the right direction.
Expats in Denmark
Over one thousand members strong this welcoming group love all things Danish. Whether you are a current or prospective expat to Denmark you will be able to find a good selection of helpful tips and hints about living a Danish lifestyle. Amongst the group members are a fair few foodies who like to share their recipes; do not join this group hungry!
We’re always on the lookout for more accounts to feature – if you write about living in Denmark on social media, leave us a link in the comments and we’ll take a look!