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Published 06-01-2020

Special opening days at SIRI for EU students before the start of the spring term 2020

Are you a student from an EU country? If that is the case the Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI) offers a number of special opening days in January and February. Here you will be able to submit your application for an EU residence document and in most instances receive the residence document on the same day.

You must use the documents listed below

In order for you to be prepared in the best possible way, we have collected a set of documents to be used when submitting the application for an EU residence document.

The set consists of:

  • A revised application form (OD1) adapted to EU students incl. a declaration of self-support (page 8 of OD1) which must be completed by the student
  • Declaration of study activity to be completed by the educational institution, if the student is not yet in possession of a final letter of acceptance containing the same information
  • Check list in English for the student detailing the documents which must be submitted to SIRI and the application process when appearing at SIRI etc.
  • Overview of special opening days / opening hours in Copenhagen for EU students incl. address and map.

You will find the set of documents on this page

It is very important that you have everything printed and ready when you visit SIRI on the below-mentioned opening days, as there will be no facilities for printing, making foto copies or taking passport photos.

Special opening days for EU students in Copenhagen and on Zealand (Sjælland)

Tuesday 28 January 2020, SIRI Copenhagen, Carl Jacobsens Vej 39, noon – 6 p.m.

Tuesday 4 February 2020, SIRI Copenhagen, Carl Jacobsens Vej 39, 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Special opening days for EU students in Jutland (Jylland) and Funen (Fyn)

SIRI has made arrangements with a number of educational institutions nationwide concerning the submission of applications for residence documents for EU students.

Students in Aarhus and Horsens

Special opening days for EU students at Aarhus University (AU), incl. the branch in Herning:

Tuesday 21 January 2020, Citizens' Service (Borgerservice) Aarhus, Dokk 1

Tuesday 28 January 2020, Citizens' Service (Borgerservice) Aarhus, Dokk 1

Special opening day for EU students at Aarhus Business Academy (BAA) and VIA Aarhus:

Tuesday 4 February 2020, Citizens' Service (Borgerservice) Aarhus, Dokk 1

Special opening day for EU students at VIA Horsens:

Tuesday 18 February 2020, on Campus VIA Horsens

Students in Aarhus and Horsens are asked to kontact their educational institutions for further information on opening hours on the above-mentioned dates.

Students in Odense and Aabenraa

Special opening day for EU students at University of Southern Denmark (SDU):

Thursday 30 January 2020, SDU Odense, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Special opening day for EU students at UCL University College in Odense:

Tuesday 4 February 2020, SIRI Odense, Dannebrogsgade 3,1, 5000 Odense, 8 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Special opening day for EU students at University of Southern Denmark in Esbjerg, Aalborg University in Esbjerg, University College South Denmark in Esbjerg and Business Academy Southwest:

Friday 7 February 2020, SIRI Odense, Dannebrogsgade 3,1, 5000 Odense, 9.30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

Special opening day for EU students at IBA International Business Academy in Kolding:

Tuesday 11 February 2020, SIRI Odense, Dannebrogsgade 3,1, 5000 Odense, 9 a.m. – 10.30 a.m.

Further Information

The special openings days are only for EU students. It is not necessary to book an appointment for EU students on the special opening days.

If you are not from an EU/EEA country or Switzerland your application must be submitted to SIRI in Copenhagen or one of our other branch offices nationwide within normal opening hours.

See addresses and opening hours here

You must remember to book an appointment – this can be done by following this link

If you are a student from one of the Nordic countries (Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland), you do not need to apply for a residence document. You can instead contact the municipality of residence directly (or International House in Copenhagen) in order to register an address and receive a CPR-number etc.

EU students at educational institutions that have not arranged special openings days with SIRI, must book an appointment in order to submit an application with SIRI.

If you have any questions regarding your application for residence in Denmark as a student from an EU country, incl. questions regarding opening hours, please contact SIRI by phone on +45 72 12 20 04.

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