Before you apply to the Master's degree programme in Cognition and Communication please make sure to acquaint yourself with all the important information on the application procedure, application deadlines and details about how to apply.
Prioritisation of applicants
Admission to the programme is competitive and limited to 40 students.
The applicants who meet the academic requirements will be evaluated and ranked in accordance to the selection criteria below. The specified percentage is to show the weighted relevance of each criteria when the application is evaluated. If the number of qualified applicants exceeds the maximum student intake, students will be selected on the basis of their ranking. The highest ranked of the qualified applicants get an offer to join the programme.
- Academic relevance of the applicant’s bachelor’s degree, with emphasis on modules within cognitive science (e.g. modules in cognitive psychology, neuroscience, artificial intelligence, computer modelling, or linguistics) or media studies (e.g. modules in media sociology, communication theory, Audio-visual theory and analysis, media effect studies).
- The letter of academic relevance and the information provided herein.
- Overall average of grades
- Grades obtained in modules relevant to the MA in Cognition and Communication
Already completed master’s level courses?
If you already hold a master’s degree or completed master’s level courses you must be aware of the following rules:
I have completed a master’s degree
If you have already completed a master's degree corresponding to a Danish master’s degree please refer to the rules concerning a second degree.
I have completed individual master’s level courses
If you previously completed master’s level courses, you must inform the Faculty of Humanities in your application when applying for admission to the programme.
You must include documentation for your completed courses. The Faculty of Humanities assess if your credits can be transferred after admission to the programme.