Please Note! Only for applicants from Danish Universities
If you do not have a Bachelor’s degree that qualifies you for direct admission to the Master’s programme, you can be admitted if you have a different educational background similar to the requirements for admission to the Master’s programme.
As an applicant from a Danish university/university college, you are entitled to one admission assessment for one study programme, where, based on an assessment of the documentation you have submitted, we will inform you whether you meet the admission requirements.
This is a service offered by SCIENCE, but it is not a service you have to make use of in order for you to apply for admission.
Please note! The admission assessment is not a promise of admission. This means that even if you are assessed as being qualified for admission, you are not guaranteed a place on the study programme. Your chance of being admitted will depend on the number of other qualified applicants in the same year.
You cannot ask for an admission assessment if your Bachelor’s degree qualifies you for direct admission to the Master’s programme to which you want to apply for admission.
You will be assessed on the basis of the contents of one, and only one, qualifying study programme, typically a Bachelor’s programme or a professional Bachelor’s degree programme. In other words, only one study programme will be considered when you apply for a place on a Master’s programme.
Please Note! We only provide Admission Assessment for Bachelor Degrees from a Danish university/university college.
The deadlines for applications and reply times for applications for admission assessments are as follows:
- Deadline for applications on 1 January > Reply no later than on 1 March
- Deadline for applications on 1 April > Reply no later than on 1 June
- Deadline for applications on 1 July > Reply no later than on 1 September
- Deadline for applications on 1 October > Reply no later than on 1 December
Use the online form below:
The following appendices must be attached to the application form:
- Transcripts of records from a relevant higher education programme at bachelor level. The transcripts must contain courses, grades and ECTS credits (alternatively credits, points, number of lessons etc.).
- A self-assessment in which you write which of your courses you think meet the specific admission requirements for the Master’s programme you want to do. Remember to include both courses that you have already done and courses you are planning to do before the study start of the Master’s programme. Use this form (Excel sheet).
You are also encouraged to attach the following appendices to the application form:
- Course descriptions for courses where the title does not clearly convey the course contents. If in doubt: attach the course description.
- If relevant, a list of any courses that you are planning to take before starting the Master’s programme.
Scope of the assessment
SCIENCE assesses your application with reference to the admission requirements in the current curriculum.
When SCIENCE makes an admission assessment, we will assess whether you meet the admission requirements. If our assessment is that you do not meet the admission requirements, you will be informed about the subject areas in which you do not meet the admission requirements.
When we assess whether you meet the admission requirements for the Master's degree program, Danish legislation only allows us to assess your Bachelor's degree. Consequently, you cannot study supplementary courses between Bachelor's and Master's degree programs in order to meet the admission requirements.
If you have passed courses/projects before you complete the qualifying Bachelor's degree, these can be included in the assessment, even though they are not part of the Bachelor's degree program. It applies to courses/projects you have taken as single subjects and courses/projects you have taken as part of another study program. A maximum of 30 ECTS credits of these courses/projects may be included.