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For companies

We help your international employees get settled.

For companies

International Community Odense offers support for international employees and their families. Our job is to help your employees settle in Odense and introduce them to networks and activities in the city. Read more about International Community Odense's services.

How can we help your company?

Newcomer Service offers guidance to your new international employee on the technicalities of moving, registration, finding daycare, language training and other practical issues.

Our First Home Service helps the employee find accommodation in Odense.

Please note, that your employee is welcome to use our services before and after arrival in Denmark, and we can also be present during job interviews to talk to international candidates about life in Odense.


Events and activities

Throughout the year we offer a variety of professional and social activities for international employees and their families. At our events, internationals can meet each other and the Danes, and build up social networks.


Accompanying families

We have a strong focus on the well-being of the accompanying family and have a specific programme for accompanying partners, including individual counselling with our Spouse Consultant.

Our Spouse Consultant also offers monthly job café events, where accompanying partners can get information, tools, and help with their job search.


Partner Career Network is a network for companies who would like to collaborate on helping accompanying partners to their international employees into the labour market.


Contact us.


Useful resources

  • A useful step-by-step guide for employers when hiring international employees, provided by The Danish Business Authority and The Danish Agency for International Recruitment and Integration (SIRI).

  • Help your international employees navigating and understanding the Danish tax system.The guides are available in Danish, English, German, Polish, Lithuanian, Romanian, Italian, Arabic and Portuguese. Find more information on the website of the Danish Tax Authority.