Admission to the master's programmes

Steps to apply

Step 1: Application Deadlines

Get an over overview of the different deadlines

Until June 25: 2nd application round with vacant places at master’s programmes for the September 2018 entry (scroll down for info)

Step 2: Admission Requirements

Find out which admission requirements you must fulfil.

Step 3: Required Documentation

Find out which documentation is needed in your situation.

Step 4: Pay the Application Fee

If you are a non-EU/EEA citizens, you may need to pay an application fee.
 

Step 5: Tuition Fees, Tuition Fee Waivers and Scholarships

If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen, you may need to pay tuition fees. See the overview of tuition fees and information about tuition fee waivers and scholarships.

Step 6: Apply Online

Instruction on how to use the digital application system
 

 

 

Step 7: Process after Submission

The process after you have submitted your application, including when you will receive an answer to your application.

2nd application round

Vacant places at master’s programmes for the September 2018 entry

In order to be granted admission to a master’s program in the 2nd application round, you must have completed a bachelor degree that is specifically mentioned in the curriculum for the master programme as granting entry without prerequisite studies. Please note that the various curricula only include bachelor’s degrees from Denmark.

Curriculas are found under each specific program.

NB: If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen that needs a residence permit based on studies, you can unfortunately not apply for the vacant places.

The application portal will open for applications on April 1.

The application deadline is June 25 and the decision letters are sent out between July 20 and August 20.