- Denmark has a term for people who don't graduate in the normal five-year track: eternity students.
- Because Danish students receive a monthly grant and pay no tuition, some feel compelled to move through their studies without thinking about the future.
- A 2015 amendment made it easier for universities to push students through, but the trend still exists.
As one of a handful of countries that offers free tuition to college students, Denmark grants students enormous freedom from debt and the pressure to declare a major right away.
But some Danes, especially older citizens already in the labor force, say the extra freedom…