Application Procedure – University of Copenhagen

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Application Procedure

In order for you to be admitted to MSc in Agricultural-Development you need to have a relevant Bachelor’s degree or another relevant degree at the same level. Is it free of charge for all applicants to apply for admission.

How you apply

The application procedure depends on your citizenship and educational background:

Are you a citizen in the EU, EEA or Switzerland?

Are you a citizen in a country outside EU, EEA or Switzerland?

Prioritisation of applicants

If the number of qualified applicants to the programme exceeds the number of places available, applicants will be prioritised as follows:

  1. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resources from the University of Copenhagen.
  2. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, Biochemistry, Biology, Biology-Biotechnology, Food and Nutrition, Geography and Geoinformatics, Landscape Architecture or a Professional Bachelor's degree in Forestry and Landscape Engineering from the University of Copenhagen.
  3. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Economics, Animal Science, Agrobiology, Biochemistry, Biology, Biology-Biotechnology, Food and Nutrition, Geography and Geoinformatics, Landscape Architecture or a Professional Bachelor's degree in Forestry and Landscape Engineering from other Danish or international universities
  4. Applicants with a Bachelor's degree in Global Nutrition and Health from Metropolitan University College or VIA University College.
  5. Applicants with a Bachelor’s degree in areas of agriculture, development studies, environmental science, rural development or similar.
  6. Applicants with a Bachelor's degree within the area of anthropology.
  7. Other applicants.

If the number of qualified applicants within a category exceeds the number of places available, applicants will be prioritised according to the following criteria (listed below in prioritized order):

  • Relevance of their study program, including elective courses and project work, defined as ECTS credits within the subject area agricultural development