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Leaving DK

There are several authorities you need to inform upon departure.

Here is a list to help you with the procedures you need to complete before leaving Denmark.

TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS

Your Transcript of Records will be available in July/August for Spring semester and February/March for Fall semester.  Please note that any re-examinations will delay your transcript. 
Your transcript lists only those courses that you have passed; if you require a record of your exam attempts, please contact your AU coordinator.

Arts
Your transcript of Records will be sent to your AU email address and to the international coordinator at your home university. Upon request, a paper version of your transcript can be made available.

BSS and ST students
Your transcript of Records will be sent to your AU email address and to the international coordinator at your home university.   

Health
Your transcript will be sent to you AU-email address, and will not automatically be forwarded to you home coordinator unless requested. Upon request, a paper version of your transcript can be made available. 

CPR - DE-REGISTRATION

Happens automatically. The National Register (CPR), registered your semester end date when you applied for CPR in the beginning of your semester, and will cancel your CPR number after that date (unless you have informed them another departure date).

DANISH SOCIAL SECURITY

When you leave the country you are no longer covered by the Danish Social security.

Remember to destroy your health insurance card.

TAX

If you have had a job in Denmark and move abroad, your taxability has to be determined. In this case, you must inform the tax authorities.  

HOLIDAY PAY

If you have had a job in Denmark, you must contact ATP in order to receive your holiday pay.  

WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR POSTAL MAIL

Postal mail sent to your address here in Denmark will not be passed on to your new address abroad but will be returned to the sending part if the address appears on the envelope.  

OTHERS TO INFORM

Inform your insurance company and your bank.