Apply online to all SDU programmes. You find details on how to apply and the deadlines you need to meet at our website. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need assistance in your application process.
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Bachelor’s autumn enrolment March 15th Master’s autumn enrolment February 1st: non-eu/eea citizens March 1st: eu/eea and Swiss citizens Spring enrolment September 1st: non-eu/eea citizens October 15th: eu/eea and Swiss citizens
How to apply The application form is accessed online. The application form along with a step-by-step guide on how to apply can be found on our website. Read the entry requirements on the Study Programme webpage. See the option for Application. For Bachelor’s you will be directed to the external nation website for Bachelor application optagelse.dk Masters’s applications are handled by the university, and all required documents are uploaded online. English requirements We accept the following English language tests: TOEFL IBT test with a minimum score of 88. IELTS academic test with a minimum overall band score of 6.5. CAE with a minimum result of C, or the CPE (the CAE or CPE are only accepted from a Cambridge Network or from University of Michigan). Tests older than 2 years will not be accepted.
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EU citizens We must have the documentation for your English proficiency no later than May 15th for the Autumn enrolment. If you are an EU/EEA, Nordic and Swiss citizen, you may be able to document your English skills by way of your secondary school diploma if you have acquired an upper intermediate level in English comparable to the Danish “English B” level. In order to do so, you need to document the number of English lessons per week, number of weeks per school year and the number of years you have attended high school. Exemption An applicant may be able to qualify for an exemption from documenting their English skills if the qualifying first degree (bachelor/undergraduate degree) was taken in the USA, Canada (English speaking part), Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom or Ireland. See the webpage for more information.
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