New quota 2 from 2020
Starting in 2020, you need to participate in a test in order to apply for admission to a bachelor's degree programme in quota 2.
Apply for admission in quota 2 if:
- your degree does not qualify for quota 1
- you are uncertain of your grade point average is high enough to be admitted in quota 1.
When you apply in quota 2, you need to attend a test and an oral or written interview.
The remaining admission requirements are still in effect – among other things it is necessary to document that you have academic language skills in Danish. However, a grade point average of at least 6.0 is not required in order to participate in the test; the results will demonstrate if you qualifications are similar to 6.0 or more.
Application deadline: 15 March 2020
Do you have a foreign or international qualifying degree? If so, you need to submit your application before 15 March, 12 Midday CET for enrolment 1 September – regardless of your nationality.
When and how to attend the tests
Currently, the quota 2 test is being developed. The University publishes information such as time and specific place for the quota 2 test as soon as it is official. You need to be in Copenhagen in the Spring of 2020 in order to take the test.