As a non-EU/EEA citizen who need a student residence permit to study in Denmark you must enclose the following documentation in your application:
- Certificate of your qualifying exams
- A cover letter
- A curricula vitae (CV)
- Documentation of English proficiency
- If you have been enrolled in a higher education programme before without finishing it (in Denmark or elsewhere), you must also enclose documentation of passed exams from that programme.
Certificate of your qualifying exams
If your diploma is not in English or in one of the Nordic languages, you must make sure that the copies of your qualifying exams are translated by an official authority. Remember to also send a copy of the original diploma.
You must submit a letter of motivation along with your application. In the cover letter you should point out your personal motivation for choosing to study Global Business Informatics. It should also include your thoughts about your own qualifications and experiences in the area. The cover letter must be of maximum one A4 page and must be enclosed with the application form. The cover letter must be written in one of the Nordic languages or in English.
Curricula Vitae (CV)
You must also enclose a CV with your application. The CV should merely be a list of your qualifications, i.e. examinations passed, courses completed and other relevant activities, e.g. jobs (paid or voluntary), army service or travelling.
Documentation of English proficiency
International applicants with an upper secondary certificate from a non-EU/EEA country must submit test scores from an English test. The IT University will not consider your application until your official test scores have been sent from the test centers. You must document that you meet the English requirements at the time of application.
Applicants who have an upper secondary certificate from a country within the European Union or from Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, USA, South Africa, Canada, Australia or New Zealand are exempted from the tests.
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Submission of your documentation
ALL the documents must be submitted no later than 15 March. They can be sent electronically to the IT University via www.optagelse.dk.
The IT-University will send of letters of acceptance or rejection at the end of May. If you are accepted, you must pay the tuition fee before programme start.