Application Procedure for Danish, EU/EEA, Swiss and Non-EU/EEA Citizens

  1. Make sure to check the admission requirements.
  2. Contact the Student Hub if you have questions.
  3. Prepare relevant enclosures. 
  4. From 1 January to 1 March you can send your application through
    THE ONLINE APPLICATION PORTAL
  5. After 1 April application deadline, your application will be evaluated by an academic admissions committee.
  6. You will receive a response no later than 15 June.

Late application based on availablility
If the maximum student intake is not met after 1. March applications are processed late application is available.


• The application portal opens: 10. June
• Application deadline: 20. June

Help with your application

Guide to the online application platform

Checklist for Documentation

In order to make sure we have all the information needed to evaluate your past achievements and future potential, you are required to submit the following items together with the application form:

Documentation of degree

  • An original or certified copy* of your academic transcript from your Bachelor degree. If the transcript is in a language other than English or a Scandinavian language, please include an official English translation.
  • A certified copy* of your Bachelor diploma. If you are yet to receive your diploma, please provide a letter from your university stating the date when the diploma will be issued.

Documentation of classical language and relevant courses

  • Documented proficiency in at least one "classical" language (i.e., 20 ECTS in either Hebrew, Greek, Latin or Arabic; or 10 ECTS in two "classical" languages)
  • Course descriptions of courses undertaken in your Bachelor degree relevant to the programme you are applying for. These can be in the form of photocopies from your university's academic handbook/course lists or print-outs from the university's website. They should describe what was required of you to complete the courses, what was studied and hours of study. These course descriptions allow us to understand exactly what you have studied in your prior degree, and help us to determine whether you meet the requirements and are eligible for the MA programme.

Statement of Purpose

  • A Statement of Purpose (motivational letter). Explaining why you wish to apply for the proposed MA programme.

CV

  • An updated version of your C.V. (curriculum vitae)/résumé.

Copy of your passport

  • A copy of your passport. Should you have more than one passport (citizenship) please copy the passport with which you will use to travel to Denmark. 

English profficiency , level and grade

  • 1) Proof of English language proficiency level B (Danish secondary school) with a weighted grade point average of at least 3,0 or
  • 2) Acceptable TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge Advanced English test scores no more than two years old (from the application deadline) or
  • 3) Proof that English is your native language or
  •  4) Proof that English was the language of instruction in your prior education at bachelor level.

See the full language requirements

* An official certified copy is a copy of an original document that has been certified as a true and correct copy by a person who is authorised to witness a statutory declaration. Official certified copies are usually a photocopy of the original document stamped, signed and verified by an official in your country. Each country varies in whom is qualified to certify documents, however generally speaking your university, lawyers and embassies can certify documents for you, so that we can verify that what we have is a true replica of the original (and therefore determine if you are eligible for the MA with us).