In general Denmark is a safe country to live in. Still we recommend that you take out adequate insurance while studying in Denmark.
Students who have a Danish residence permit and are registered with the municipal civil registration office will be covered by the Danish health insurance scheme 6-8 weeks after their arrival in Denmark.
It is strongly recommended that you arrange for health insurance to cover any incidental medical bills for the first 8 weeks of your stay.
The Danish health insurance scheme covers free medical care at a general practitioner or, if necessary, at a hospital.
Covering the financial consequences of an accident.
Third-party liability insurance
Covering expenses if you have to pay compensation to a third party.
For your personal belongings.
Read more about health and safety at Study in Denmark (in English).