Documentation

We use your documentation to evaluate whether you are qualified for admission to the MSc programme.

You need to upload all your documentation (except your official diploma) in the Application Portal when you create your application.

Attachments Required

Name document

Application Portal

Statement of purpose for wanting to study MSc in Security Risk Management (max. 1 page)  covering your motivation for applying, knowledge of the programme and relevant experience (for example; internships, student jobs, academic publications).

SOP

Official diploma and academic transcript with stamp and signature from the university from a completed Bachelor's degree. If the diploma and academic transcript is not in English or a Scandinavian language you need to get a translation from a certified translator and upload both the original and translated version.

 

or

Official academic transcript of results with stamp and signature from the Bachelor's programme you are currently enrolled in. If the academic transcript is not in English or a Scandinavian language you need to get a translation from a certified translator and upload both the original and translated version.

 

(If you are a student at UCPH, AU, AAU, SDU or ITU, we recommend that you import your educational data automatically using the data exchange function).

Diploma and transcript

or
Transcript

Curriculum Vitae - Maximum 2 pages, including an updated record of your relevant academic, work and/or military experience.

CV

A short description (approximately 2 pages) of how the requirement of 15 ECTS of qualitative and/or quantitative research methods within social sciences is covered in your qualifying bachelor degree. 

Methodology

Documentation of courses that you are currently enrolled in and that you expect to pass before the start of the Master’s programme.

NB: If you have completed your bachelor's degree, please upload a blank document.

Current courses

Course descriptions for all relevant courses, including any course that you are currently taking.

NB: To guarantee the best assessment of your application, it is a good idea to hand in reading plans or syllabus (in English or in a Scandinavian language) for the  courses, you have taken. You are welcome to translate these documents yourself.

Course descriptions

Documentary proof of any and all supplemental activities passed before you complete(d) your bachelor degree

NB: If you have not passed any supplemental activities, please upload a blank document.

Supplemental activities

Documentary proof of English language proficiency on par with the Danish secondary school ‘English B-level'.

Language requirement

Short description (app. 1-2 pages) of the university system from where you graduate(d) including:

  • the length/duration of your academic programme
  • the amount of ECTS/credits/units required to be a full-time student in your qualifying degree programme
  • the grading scheme and grade distribution guidance.
  • Your grade point average from your completed bachelor programme or your grade point average based on your current results
Grading scheme

Documentary proof of any completed exams or courses from a previous unfinished MSc programme

Completed MSc courses

Completed exams or courses from a previous unfinished MSc programme

If you have completed courses or exams from a previous unfinished MSc programme, you must to upload documentation of these results. We will use the documentation to evaluate whether you are eligible for mandatory credit transfer.

You are also obligated to inform us whether you have completed an MSc programme. Read more about the limitation on second degree.

If you have used data exchange

If you have used data exchange, we will import the information automatically.

If you have not used data exchange

If you have not used data exchange, please upload documentation, which can be either:

  • A copy or a scan of official transcripts or
  • Diplomas for all courses/exams completed on your former MSc Programme

If you do not have all the required documentation when applying

  • If you do not have all of the documentation ready when you submit your application, you need to upload a note (e.g. a pdf) indicating when you expect to have the documentation and upload it in place of the attachment.
  • You can only submit your application if you upload documents where you are requested to upload a document.

Anything missing with your application?

  • We assess whether your application is complete by looking through the required documentation. If anything is missing, we will send you a message in the Application portal and an e-mail notifying you a message has arrived.
  • Your deadline for uploading any missing documents will be 5 days from the time we contact you. So make sure you check your e-mail every day. Remember to check your spam filter too.

Verification of information

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

Get help with your application

The Student Advisory Service is ready to help you with your application.