Most Danish students supplement their income by working alongside their studies.
International students from EU/EEA are allowed to work unlimited hours, while students from the rest of the world can work a maximum of 15 hours per week during the academic year and full time during the summer holidays (June, July and August).
The minimum wage perhour in Denmark is approximately 12 Euro.
The possibilities for working in Denmark depend on your nationality, and you should therefore read about the conditions for obtaining residence permit.
The Danish Employment Services provide information on living and working conditions and job opportunities for foreigners at:
Another possibility is the website
where you can find in-depth information about Denmark, the Danish society as well as the conditions and possibilities for working in Denmark. The site also contains a job database.