You fulfil the requirement of an entry qualification to the bachelor’s programmes, if you hold one of the following:
- Danish qualifying exam (stx, hf, hhx, htx or eux)
- Entry exams from the Faroe Islands
- Entry exams from Greenland
- Examination from Duborg-Skolen or from A. P. Møller Skolen.
- Danish qualifying exam for refugees and immigrants (GIF)
- Danish/French Baccalaureate (DFB), European Baccalaureate (EB), International Baccalaureate (IB), Option Internationale du Baccalauréat (OIB) or a Danish/German upper secondary school leaving examination (DIAP)
- An international qualification which the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education has assessed as comparable to a Danish upper secondary education. You can find a list of entry qualifications from a number of countries considered comparable to a Danish upper secondary education on the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s website.
Get an assessment of your international qualification
If you hold an international qualification, which is not on the list mentioned above, you can contact the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education in order to get an assessment of your non-Danish educational qualification. In this way you can find out whether the level of your certificate satisfies the general admission requirement of an entry qualification.
You can find information on how to get an assessment of your non-Danish qualification on the Ministry of Higher Education and Science’s website.
Exemption from the requirement of an entry qualification
You can apply for an exemption from the requirement of an entry qualification, provided that you have other educational qualifications comparable to this admission requirement. Remember to indicate in your online application for admission that you are applying for an exemption.
Read more about exemption-based admission to the bachelor’s programmes.