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Public transport discount for all 16-19-year-olds, for students on a youth education programme and for students in higher education

You can obtain a public transportation pass known as "Ungdomskort" if you meet the conditions, if you are 16-19 years old, a student on a youth education programme or a student on a higher education programme approved for SU.

The Ungdomskort provides a daily public transport discount from your residence to the educational institution. In addition, the Ungdomskort offers a number of other advantages. You can use the Ungdomskort to go by bus, train and metro. The Ungdomskort is subject to various conditions depending on whether you are 16-19 years old, a student on a youth education programme or a student in higher education.

16-19 years old

All 16-19-year-olds may order an Ungdomskort without having to obtain prior approval. 16-19-year-olds may go directly to ordering the transportation pass in the transport companies' self-service system "Mit Ungdomskort" (my youth card). If you are a student on a youth education programme that is approved for an Ungdomskort, it is cheaper to buy an Ungdomskort for youth education programmes.

Students on a youth education programme

You may obtain an Ungdomskort for a youth education programme if:

  • the youth education programme entitles you to SU or is in the list of approved education programmes
  • you do not receive a transport subsidy under other schemes
  • you are studying actively (the educational institution will decide whether the student is studying actively)
  • the education is designed as full-time education
  • you are not in a paid internship or under an employability enhancement scheme at a production school

Students in higher education

You may obtain an Ungdomskort for a higher education programme if:

  • you follow a higher education programme approved for SU
  • you do not receive a transport subsidy under other schemes
  • you are studying actively (the educational institution will decide whether the student is studying actively)
  • the education or the education programme is designed as full-time education

Price

The price of an Ungdomskort depends on whether you are 16-19 years old, a student on a youth education programme or a student in higher education. You need to pay a basic amount per day (own payment).

How to apply

You apply for the Ungdomskort via ungdomskort.dk.

There are two ways to apply for the Ungdomskort:

If you are a student on a youth education or higher education programme, you need first to be approved for an Ungdomskort. You will be approved on ungdomskort.dk by logging in through NemID from the first page (step 1). Once you have been approved, you will be transferred to the self-service system of the transport companies Mit Ungdomskort (step 2), where you are to order and pay for your Ungdomskort.

If you are 16-19 years old and not in any training or education, you may go directly to the transport companies' self-service system Mit Ungdomskort (from the first page of ungdomskort.dk - step 2), where you are to order and pay for your Ungdomskort.