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#47 - People say a lot of things about other universities and academ…  [+] (1 new reply) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#45 - Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web des… 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
#44 - Have you tried it in Lyngby? I just finished AP Computer S…  [+] (3 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#42 - Yeah, it honestly sounds like **** . I would almos…  [+] (6 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#40 - Albertslund is hell. You are really unlucky to be going from A…  [+] (8 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #41 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
3,5 years was planned but i keep hearing that my school sucks and i cant really fit in here, so its possible that I'll start my second semester in Finland instead
User avatar #42 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, it honestly sounds like shit. I would almost go as far as to say you hit the worst part of Denmark. Not all of Denmark is like this, but you are correct in the assumption that we have an immigration and integration problem. What are you studying?
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#38 - Ah, that explains it. You're in Nørrebro, the "Harlem&qu…  [+] (10 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #39 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I actually live in Albertslund, my school is near Norrebro(Albertslund is pretty ghetto too). I already got groceries and all that but when i had no place to live (because finding accommodation here is hell on earth) I couldn't cook. but the whole 1-3 zone region is just full of them. When I take the 5A bus all I see are arab shops,restaurants,barbers, cloth store etc. yet again, they are a lot cheaper that the danes so its all good. Seriously tho, I bust my ass here to get a stupid CPR number while they are going around with their fake papers and nobody gives a damn.
User avatar #40 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Albertslund is hell. You are really unlucky to be going from Albertslund to Nørrebro. It's basically the breeding grounds of all those illegal immigrants that don't give a fuck about Danish society. At least we have parties like Dansk Folkeparti that want to tighten immigration laws (not international students of course).

How long are you here for?
User avatar #41 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
3,5 years was planned but i keep hearing that my school sucks and i cant really fit in here, so its possible that I'll start my second semester in Finland instead
User avatar #42 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, it honestly sounds like shit. I would almost go as far as to say you hit the worst part of Denmark. Not all of Denmark is like this, but you are correct in the assumption that we have an immigration and integration problem. What are you studying?
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#36 - I've lived in Copenhagen my entire life. Kebab is deliciou…  [+] (12 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #37 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I'm a college student, the only thing I can afford here is kebab, but i don't see many people addressing this "issue". As far as I see the far right here is more focused on getting rid of the drug disctricts in charlottehaven( I hope I wrote it right), while half of my dorm is full of illegal immigrant from Irak and Pakistan. but its not like it really bothers me, I can buy everything for half the prize at Norrebro Station. kebabs are cheap and nice.
User avatar #38 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Ah, that explains it. You're in Nørrebro, the "Harlem" of Copenhagen (obviously not near as bad as the real one). I live in Frederiksberg, which mostly consists of Danish young students and rich families.

I think you should be able to afford something other than Kebab. Like, honestly - go to Netto (cheapest grocery store there is) and buy some cheap ingredients and make your own food. I don't know if you receive SU and how much goes to rent, but if you can afford Kebab, you should be able to afford groceries.
User avatar #39 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I actually live in Albertslund, my school is near Norrebro(Albertslund is pretty ghetto too). I already got groceries and all that but when i had no place to live (because finding accommodation here is hell on earth) I couldn't cook. but the whole 1-3 zone region is just full of them. When I take the 5A bus all I see are arab shops,restaurants,barbers, cloth store etc. yet again, they are a lot cheaper that the danes so its all good. Seriously tho, I bust my ass here to get a stupid CPR number while they are going around with their fake papers and nobody gives a damn.
User avatar #40 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Albertslund is hell. You are really unlucky to be going from Albertslund to Nørrebro. It's basically the breeding grounds of all those illegal immigrants that don't give a fuck about Danish society. At least we have parties like Dansk Folkeparti that want to tighten immigration laws (not international students of course).

How long are you here for?
User avatar #41 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
3,5 years was planned but i keep hearing that my school sucks and i cant really fit in here, so its possible that I'll start my second semester in Finland instead
User avatar #42 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, it honestly sounds like shit. I would almost go as far as to say you hit the worst part of Denmark. Not all of Denmark is like this, but you are correct in the assumption that we have an immigration and integration problem. What are you studying?
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#34 - Yeah, you took a wrong turn. What you're looking for is Sweden.  [+] (14 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution 0
User avatar #35 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
Hey I've been living in Copenhagen for 2 months now and I say its full blown middle-east here.
User avatar #36 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
I've lived in Copenhagen my entire life.
Kebab is delicious. The difference between us and Sweden is the fact
that we can be outspoken about the social problems they cause.

User avatar #37 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I'm a college student, the only thing I can afford here is kebab, but i don't see many people addressing this "issue". As far as I see the far right here is more focused on getting rid of the drug disctricts in charlottehaven( I hope I wrote it right), while half of my dorm is full of illegal immigrant from Irak and Pakistan. but its not like it really bothers me, I can buy everything for half the prize at Norrebro Station. kebabs are cheap and nice.
User avatar #38 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Ah, that explains it. You're in Nørrebro, the "Harlem" of Copenhagen (obviously not near as bad as the real one). I live in Frederiksberg, which mostly consists of Danish young students and rich families.

I think you should be able to afford something other than Kebab. Like, honestly - go to Netto (cheapest grocery store there is) and buy some cheap ingredients and make your own food. I don't know if you receive SU and how much goes to rent, but if you can afford Kebab, you should be able to afford groceries.
User avatar #39 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I actually live in Albertslund, my school is near Norrebro(Albertslund is pretty ghetto too). I already got groceries and all that but when i had no place to live (because finding accommodation here is hell on earth) I couldn't cook. but the whole 1-3 zone region is just full of them. When I take the 5A bus all I see are arab shops,restaurants,barbers, cloth store etc. yet again, they are a lot cheaper that the danes so its all good. Seriously tho, I bust my ass here to get a stupid CPR number while they are going around with their fake papers and nobody gives a damn.
User avatar #40 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Albertslund is hell. You are really unlucky to be going from Albertslund to Nørrebro. It's basically the breeding grounds of all those illegal immigrants that don't give a fuck about Danish society. At least we have parties like Dansk Folkeparti that want to tighten immigration laws (not international students of course).

How long are you here for?
User avatar #41 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
3,5 years was planned but i keep hearing that my school sucks and i cant really fit in here, so its possible that I'll start my second semester in Finland instead
User avatar #42 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, it honestly sounds like shit. I would almost go as far as to say you hit the worst part of Denmark. Not all of Denmark is like this, but you are correct in the assumption that we have an immigration and integration problem. What are you studying?
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
#29 - He actually drew Denmark. That's admirable.  [+] (16 new replies) 09/10/2014 on There is always a solution +2
#31 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
swelling in kebab huh?
User avatar #34 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, you took a wrong turn.
What you're looking for is Sweden.
User avatar #35 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
Hey I've been living in Copenhagen for 2 months now and I say its full blown middle-east here.
User avatar #36 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
I've lived in Copenhagen my entire life.
Kebab is delicious. The difference between us and Sweden is the fact
that we can be outspoken about the social problems they cause.

User avatar #37 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I'm a college student, the only thing I can afford here is kebab, but i don't see many people addressing this "issue". As far as I see the far right here is more focused on getting rid of the drug disctricts in charlottehaven( I hope I wrote it right), while half of my dorm is full of illegal immigrant from Irak and Pakistan. but its not like it really bothers me, I can buy everything for half the prize at Norrebro Station. kebabs are cheap and nice.
User avatar #38 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Ah, that explains it. You're in Nørrebro, the "Harlem" of Copenhagen (obviously not near as bad as the real one). I live in Frederiksberg, which mostly consists of Danish young students and rich families.

I think you should be able to afford something other than Kebab. Like, honestly - go to Netto (cheapest grocery store there is) and buy some cheap ingredients and make your own food. I don't know if you receive SU and how much goes to rent, but if you can afford Kebab, you should be able to afford groceries.
User avatar #39 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
I actually live in Albertslund, my school is near Norrebro(Albertslund is pretty ghetto too). I already got groceries and all that but when i had no place to live (because finding accommodation here is hell on earth) I couldn't cook. but the whole 1-3 zone region is just full of them. When I take the 5A bus all I see are arab shops,restaurants,barbers, cloth store etc. yet again, they are a lot cheaper that the danes so its all good. Seriously tho, I bust my ass here to get a stupid CPR number while they are going around with their fake papers and nobody gives a damn.
User avatar #40 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Albertslund is hell. You are really unlucky to be going from Albertslund to Nørrebro. It's basically the breeding grounds of all those illegal immigrants that don't give a fuck about Danish society. At least we have parties like Dansk Folkeparti that want to tighten immigration laws (not international students of course).

How long are you here for?
User avatar #41 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
3,5 years was planned but i keep hearing that my school sucks and i cant really fit in here, so its possible that I'll start my second semester in Finland instead
User avatar #42 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Yeah, it honestly sounds like shit. I would almost go as far as to say you hit the worst part of Denmark. Not all of Denmark is like this, but you are correct in the assumption that we have an immigration and integration problem. What are you studying?
User avatar #43 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
AP Multimedia + Web development top-up at Kopenhavn Erhvervsakademi.
I heard many people saying that its worthless, so I might just go and study IT at an University of Applied Sciences in Finland
User avatar #45 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Here's a brochure. It's more communication rather than web design. Though I remember seeing people on this work with web development as well. Of course, AP Computer Science also teaches web development (but not really the design aspect)

www.cphbusiness.dk/images/stories/pdfer/brochurer/Cphbusiness_International_Programmes.pdf
User avatar #44 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
Have you tried it in Lyngby?
I just finished AP Computer Science in Lyngby at CPH Business and I can heartedly recommend it. I believe they have AP Multimedia and Web development as well. It's about a half an hour trip on the S-train from Albertslund though. It's located near DTU - Denmark's Technical University. You'll mostly study with Danish students there, at least from what I experienced.
User avatar #46 - seggbekuki (09/10/2014) [-]
That's not it. They say KEA is one of the best of these Akademies, but I talked with a fellow hungarian here at my dorms at he told me that there are a bunch of people who get out of schools like KEA and are unable to find a job because the diplomas they get dont worth that much. He also said that there are less and less danish students who attend to these schools and thats why they send out "headhunters" to eastern european countries to replace those danish students and get the same money out of it. Thats why the reason there arre so many hungarian/romanian/bulgarian/slovakians in these schools. He switched ffrom a KEA like school to DTU and he's certain that KEA is not a good deal especially if you have the change to go to a university or a university of applied sciences. this kinda confuses me. my counselor at KEA also said that I should rather go to work instead of puruing a masters because we get a professional bachelors (BA) out of these akademies and universities dont like that kind of stuff. what do you think about this?
User avatar #47 - buriedstpatrick (09/10/2014) [-]
People say a lot of things about other universities and academies. When I started AP Computer Science I was told that this was the best academy for studying this particular degree and they openly bashed the degree in Roskilde for being shit compared to them. I didn't have too much trouble getting a job, though I did have to apply for a lot of different ones to finally find one. Professional Bachelors are not looked at in the same light as a normal Bachelors. Some of my classmates have continued on a PBA for Computer Science, whereas I wanted to do something more creative, so I went for Medialogy at Aalborg University in Copenhagen.

Here's the thing: our social security net is so wide that it's almost impossible for people to fall through. If you can't find a job, you get money from the government, if you study you get money from the government. There's so much support in our system that people don't feel like getting off their lazy asses and actually apply for the jobs. Eastern Europeans are generally pretty talented at software development, so when a lazy student here doesn't want to take a job, they'll be happy to hire help elsewhere. Everyone is so obsessed with fancy titles and long educations instead of focusing on the actual work they want to do afterwards. School doesn't grant you your job. It helps you a lot along the way, but it's you as a person who will gain the job. The academies are generally speaking a lot more focused on practicality rather than theory. For some that can be very positive, for others it can be a completely waste of time.

But again, depends on your degree. If was computer science, going into bachelor's from an AP degree would take some additional time. You would be able to maybe skip a year, taking it down to 2 years, but that's a long time if you've already studied for 2.5 years for the AP degree. Some educations allow you to transition from a PBA to a Master's, but I think it greatly varies from school to school.
#49 - seggbekuki (09/14/2014) [-]
yeah, but I'm not some hypocrite who bashes illegal arabs while wants to stay as well. I want to return to my home country or to anyother country where there might not be something similar to this Danish socialism, and if my PBA doesnt worth a lot I will starve to death.
I'm looking for a valuable degree that opens doors for me and will easily allow me to go forward. I like to play it safe. I heard that there is an agreement of some sort at the Aalborg University that allows you to start at the second year of a Bachelors program in Humanistic Informatics after your AP degree. It sounds great but I can't put all my cards on that. We start school at 9 AM and finish at 1 or 2PM and go home to watch tutorials. I don't see how this education works, but I can watch tutorials on my own, I don't need to live in Copenhagen for that.
I'm living in Europe's most expensive city and barely learning anything that might not worth anything in the future. I believe that life is a lot easier in the Danish system, but outside of this country I might not me able to live properly. No1 wants to wash dishes with a degree hangin' on their wall, but thats the only thing I hear from other foreign PBA graduates.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I might've gotten the wrong side of the deal.
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