FAQ Advising for Students
The best way to find the right study program for you in Denmark is to go to the official government website for studies in Denmark: www.studyindenmark.dk. Here you can find relevant study programs, information on admission requirements, how to apply, and much more.
For undergraduate studies, the application deadline is March 15 for courses starting in August or September. Find the application form and information on how to apply here: www.optagelse.dk/admission/index.html. Application deadlines for graduate programs varies, please check with the Danish universities. You also want to check with your home university to see if they have any exchange agreements with universities in Denmark.
Yes, all non-EU/EEA/Switzerland students must pay tuition fees (Fulbright grantees are the only students exempt from this rule). The annual tuition fees for full degree students range from USD 8,000-21,000.00.
There are different kinds of undergraduate degrees in Denmark: A Danish university bachelor’s degree is 3 years; a professional bachelor’s degree is 3 to 4 years; bachelor degrees in architecture, design, music and fine and performing arts are 3 to 4 years; and an academy profession degree (AP degree) is 2 years. Click here for more information on the Danish undergraduate degrees.
If you are interested in a study abroad experience, catering specifically to U.S. undergraduate students of good academic standing, you should check out DIS, Study Abroad in Scandinavia.
The candidatus/master’s degree is usually 2 years and the Ph.D. degree is usually 3 years. Click here for more information on the Danish graduate degrees.
Yes! Click here for more information on how to obtain a residence and work permit.
No, not completely. Click here for more information on grading scales.
Yes, the Danish grading scale is compatible with the ECTS grading scale. Click here for more information on grading scales.
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You can also click here and listen to former U.S. Fulbrighters tell about their year in Denmark.