Denmark is a small, beautiful country filled with proud people and strong cultural values. Life is pleasant and comfortable for most inhabitants, and the social system affords many individuals luxuries in life that are not available in other countries. This unique way of life is an attractive draw for many internationals looking to relocate for work, education, or other. But speak to any international student who has ever resided in Denmark, and they will tell you integration and acceptance in the Danish culture is not easy - and finding a relevant job is even more difficult. Studies show that there is an increasing need for an international workforce - so why is it so difficult for internationals? The author uses the concepts of globalization, social integration, cultural intelligence, change management and language diversity to explore the internationalization process in Denmark.