If you have completed a Bachelor’s degree or are enrolled in the final semester of a Bachelor’s programme, you are eligible to apply for the Master’s programme in Applied Cultural Analysis.
All applicants will be assessed in accordance to the academic requirements and the English language requirements. The applicants who meet the academic requirements will be evaluated and ranked in accordance to the selection criteria. The highest ranked of the qualified applicants get an offer to join the programme.
The Faculty of Humanities does not offer pre-assessment of an applicant's academic qualifications. Solely the admissions committee can determine if an applicant is qualified for admission after the application deadline.
Only your bachelor’s degree will be assessed
Only bachelor-level courses from your completed bachelor’s degree (the bachelor’s degree must be completed prior to the start of the programme) are taken into consideration during the assessment of your academic qualifications. This means that no other courses than the courses included in your bachelor’s degree programme will be taken into consideration.
If you hold one of the degrees listed below, you are considered to automatically meet the requirements regarding relevance of academic qualifications.
- European Ethnology from The University of Copenhagen
- Anthropology from The University of Copenhagen
- Anthropology from Aarhus University
- Sociology and Cultural Analysis from University of Southern Denmark
- A Bachelor’s degree from the Faculty of Humanities or the Faculty of Social Sciences at The University of Copenhagen, with a minimum of 10 ECTS credits of the Bachelor’s elective in European Ethnology from The University of Copenhagen.
In order to proceed with your application, please refer to the application procedure
Check which master’s programmes at UCPH your bachelor programme is pre-approved for admission to. Please note that the admission tool is only available in Danish.
The faculty may admit applicants other than those mentioned above if it is assessed that the applicant has a Bachelor’s degree from a Faculty of Humanities or a Faculty of Social Sciences with at least 30 ECTS in subjects within ethnographical method, anthropological/ethnological cultural analysis and/or theory.
In order to proceed with your application, please refer to the application procedure.
Information on language requirements.
If you hold a citizenship from outside EU/EEA/Switzerland, you are covered by the rules of tuition fee.
Applicants with citizenship from outside EU/EEA or Switzerland are required to pay an application fee of 750 DKK (approx. 100 EUR) when applying for one or more Master’s degree programmes. Click here for exemptions and further information. The fee will be deducted from the tuition fee if the application is successful.