Bachelor’s degree with a reserved access to the programme

As a bachelor with a reserved access, you are guaranteed a place on the Master’s programme in Biochemistry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You are a bachelor with a reserved access to the programme if you meet the following criteria:

  • You have completed your Bachelor’s programme in Biochemistry at UCPH.

  • You must apply before the deadline for applications for the fourth summer intake after you have completed your Bachelor’s programme at the latest.

Please note that the deadline for applications is typically before you have completed your Bachelor’s programme if you want to start your studies in connection with the next intake. The next intake is for study start in February (winter intake) if you complete your Bachelor’s programme in block 1 or 2.

If you accept a place on another MSc programme than the one you have reserved access to, and do not complete this programme, you will still have your reserved access if you apply for admission within the deadline (see criteria above)

You use your reserved access when you accept your offer of admission to the MSc programme where you have reserved access. If you decline the offer of a place, then you retain your reserved access.

You lose your reserved access to the programme if you

If you completed your Bachelor’s programme before 1 January 2019, you no longer have a legal right of admission. You may still apply for admission, as you meet the admission requirements.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When to apply?

 

 

 

The application portal opens: 16 January
Deadline for applications: 1 March


Apply for an unfilled place in post-application period

If you did not apply for admission before 1 March, and if there are unfilled places on the study programme, you can apply for any unfilled places in the post-application period.

The application portal opens: 1 May
Deadline for applications: 15 May 

When you apply in the post-application period, you are not guaranteed a place, and your application may be rejected if all places on the study programme have been filled.

 

 

 

 

 

The application portal opens: 15 August
Deadline for applications: 15 October


Apply for an unfilled place in post-application period

If you did not apply for admission before 15 October, and if there are unfilled places on the study programme, you can apply for any unfilled places in the post-application period.

The application portal opens: 15 November
Deadline for applications: 1 January

When you apply in the post-application period, you are not guaranteed a place, and your application may be rejected if all places on the study programme have been filled.

 

 

How do you apply?

 

 

 

 

If you are a bachelor with a reserved access to the programme, you automatically meet the admission and language requirements for the Master’s programme. You are also guaranteed a place on the programme if you apply within the application deadlines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you apply for a place on the Master’s programme, you must create an application in the application portal. This is the only way to apply for admission.


Get your documentation through data exchange

If you have completed or expect to complete your Bachelor’s degree with a reserved access, you do not need to upload documentation. You merely need to grant us permission to collect data on your educational background from UCPH. We will contact you if something is missing in your application.


You have a duty of disclosure in relation to Master’s courses/Master’s programmes

If you have passed courses on an uncompleted Master’s programme, you must upload documentation for your passed courses. We use the information to assess whether you are entitled to credit transfers for your passed courses.

You are also required to disclose whether you have completed a Master’s programme. Read more about the Master’s degree rule.

If it turns out that you have used falsified or otherwise misleading documentation in your application, we are obliged to report this to the police and cancel your admission.


You can create three applications to UCPH

You can create a maximum of three applications to UCPH’s study programmes for the same study start date.


Follow the progress of your application

Once you have applied for admission, you can see the status of your application and receive messages from us about your application. If a message is posted for you in the application portal, you will receive a notification email at the email address you have registered in your application. It is, however, always a good idea to check the application portal regularly.


Tips for application portal

  • Use Firefox or Google Chrome as a browser when you create and submit your application.
  • Check the user guide for the application portal when filling in your application.
  • Read FAQ, where you can find answers to the most frequently asked questions about the application portal.
  • Contact SCIENCE Student Services if you cannot find the answers to your questions in the FAQ.
  • Contact Service Desk if you have technical problems with the application portal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will receive a reply to your application via the application portal no later than 10 June, but it can be sooner so be sure to check the application portal.

You must actively accept the offer in the application portal no later than 15 June.

If you apply for an unfilled place in the post-application period, you will receive a reply no later than 1 July.


Study start in February (winter intake)

You will receive a reply to your application via the application portal no later than 10 December, but it can be sooner so be sure to check the application portal regularly. 

You must actively accept the offer in the application portal no later than 15 December.

If you apply for an unfilled place in the post-application period, you will receive a reply no later than 1 February


You must accept the place

If you fail to meet the deadline (as stated in your letter of acceptance), you will lose your place on the study programme. It is therefore important that you check the status of your application regularly via the application portal.


Check your email regularly

If a message is posted for you in the application portal, you will receive a notification email at the email address you have registered with your application. Please also note that notification emails from the application portal may end up in your spam filter, so you should regularly check the spam in your mailbox.

 

Have you been offered a place?

 

 

 

 

We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you to the Master’s programme.


Welcome to the MSc

A welcome programme for new students is organised on 29 August to 2 September.


Keep an eye on messages on your mailbox

We send all the information you need about your study start to the email address you have used in your application.  You should therefore keep an eye on your mailbox.


Get help with course registration

SCIENCE Student Services is ready to help you with your course registrations.


Apply for state education grant (SU)

When you apply for admission to a Master’s programme, you need to reapply for a state education grant. Read more about state education grants on www.su.ku.dk.


Do you have a functional impairment?

We offer help and support if you have special needs due to a functional impairment (for example dyslexia, a physical or mental diagnose) during your studies. For instance, you can apply for special aids, IT equipment and support classes.

Contact SCIENCE Student Services if you want to know more about your options and how to apply.