Applicants with citizenship from countries outside of the EU/EEA or Non-Nordic Countries must pay tuition fees. Applicants with a permanent residence permit in Denmark – or permit with a possibility of permanent residence in Denmark – are excepted from this rule.
Tuition fees are in the range of EUR 10,000 to 17,000 per academic year, depending on the programme.
Fees are paid either annually or biannually depending on the programme. Along with an offer of admission, students will receive information on how and when to pay tuition, as well as term of payment. For September admission, the first rate is due in April-May.
Please consult the specific Master’s degree programme for further information about its tuition fees.
The United Kingdom has decided to leave the EU. It is yet unknown what the impact of the decision will be within the area of education, and in particular, how it may effect tuition fees for UK citizens at Danish institutions. As soon as the University has any confirmed information concerning the status of UK students, it will be posted on this website.
Until now, UK students have not been charged tuition fees as pertaining to their EU citizen status. This may change when the UK leaves the EU. Students applying for admission in 2020 are advised to take note of the undetermined situation.
The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs informs about the status of British citizens and the ongoing negotiations.