What does a membership include?
Danes Worldwide assists thousands of Danes living and working outside of Denmark. Members gain access to a network of other Danes who care about maintaining their roots, language, and culture.
Our 100 representatives all over the world provide guidance regarding the local area to Danes Worldwide members.
On this page we have provided an overview of the many benefits of becoming af member of Danes Worldwide:
Guidance from our legal advisor and our other experts
Guidance from our panel of experts which includes a legal advisor, an attorney, an accountant, an educational counselor, a security expert, and two consultants who assist organizations during the process of posting employees to other countries and during the process of managing the employees’ return.
Discounts on hotels, car rentals and much more.
The same goes for our onsite Summer School (focusing on Danish language and the culture of Denmark) for students aged 10-17 and a Family Summer School for younger children and their parents/grandparents.
Our newsletter (in Danish) with interesting stories, news and useful guides and information targeted the global dane.
The opportunity to apply for housing in Jørn Utzon’s Fredensborghuse complex and in several residential collectives for seniors.
Also, as a member of Danes Worldwide you have the opportunity to apply for a residence at FREMBO.
We work to improve the lives of expat Danes through our advocacy activities regarding dual citizenship, voting rights, and family unification.
How much is it?
Here you can see the prices for our different kinds of memberships:
|Kinds of membership||Prices|
|Standard membership*||780 DKK annually|
|2-year membership||1,395 DKK annually|
|5-year membership||3,295 DKK annually|
|Life-long membership||15,400 DKK|
|Youth membership (aged 18-30)||216 DKK annually|
*Standard membership includes children living at home until they reach the age of 18.
Want more information about our private membership? Please do not hesitate to contact our membership coordinator: