Ungdomskort – Public Transport discount
An Ungdomskort provides a daily public transport discount from your residence to the educational institution. Additionally, Ungdomskort offers a number of other advantages. You can use the Ungdomskort to go by bus, train and metro. The Ungdomskort is subject to various conditions depending on whether you are 16-19 years old, a student on a youth education programme or a student in higher education.
Students in higher education
You may obtain an Ungdomskort for a higher education programme if:
- you follow a higher education programme approved for SU.
- you do not receive any other form of transport subsidy.
- you are studying actively (the educational institution will decide whether the student is studying actively).
- (the education or the education programme is designed as full-time education)
Note for students enrolled in Coventry University courses
IBA’s Coventry University (CU) courses provide English-taught courses while studying in Denmark. Because these courses are accredited by Danish Evaluation Institute (EVA/Danmarks Evalueringsinstitut) and not by the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Sciences, students enrolled in CU courses are not eligible for student financial aid (SU) and fall into a category that does not qualify for student discounts on transportation (Ungdomskort). The same also applies to Danish students, enrolled in the CU courses.
How to apply
You begin this process by logging in with NemID on the first page on ungdomskort.dk (step 1).
Once you have been approved, you will be transferred to the self-service system of the transport companies Mit Ungdomskort (step 2), where you are able to order and pay for your Ungdomskort. You will receive your Ungdomskort approximately 14 days after you ordered it.
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