If you do not meet the specific admission requirements, it may be possible for you to take the relevant subject again to achieve a better grade or upgrade a subject to a higher level, depending on the possibilities in your home country.
In Denmark, supplementary courses are offered by VUC and the teaching language is typically Danish. Please further information for each subject below.
In Denmark supplementary courses are offered by VUC. Please note, the teaching language is typically Danish.
Niels Brock sometimes offers a supplementary course in Mathematics B in English. Read more at the web page of Niels Brock.
Online supplementary courses
University of Amsterdam offers 2 online courses in Mathematics: Mathematics A (which corresponds to Danish Mathematics B) and Mathematics B (which corresponds to Danish Mathematics A). To meet the grade requirement of 6.0 on the Danish scale, you need to achieve at least the grade 7.0 for the exam. For further information, please visit the web page of University of Amsterdam.
If you hold an upper secondary school certificate from a non-EU/EEA country, you must submit test scores from an English test (except if you hold an upper secondary exam from the following English-speaking countries: USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, England, Scotland, or Ireland).
The following English tests meet the English requirement:
- TOEFL paper-based test result of at least 600
- TOEFL iBT test result of at least 100
- TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition test result of at least 100
- IELTS (academic) test result of at least 7.0
- Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English (CPE) passed
- Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English (CAE) with min. 185
Test results more than two years old per 5 July are not considered. Please note, time limitation does not apply to CPE and CAE.
The TOEFL code of ITU is 9015, the department code is: 99.
The IELTS does not have university codes.
You meet the Danish A requirement in case:
- You have completed an upper secondary school certificate from Denmark, Sweden or Norway and passed Danish, Swedish or Norwegian
- You have completed an upper secondary school certificate from Faroe Islands and passed Faroese A
- You have completed an International Baccalaureate (IB) and passed either "Danish A1, Standard Level", "Danish A Literature, Standard Level', or "Danish B Higher Level". Please note, "Danish B, Standard Level" and "Danish ab initio" does not meet the Danish A requirement
- You have graduated from a short or a medium-term higher education in Danish
- For Global Business Informatics only: if you have passed the final exam in Danish in the primary school, or you have achieved the graduation certificate from Danes World Wide
To meet the Danish A requirement for Global Business Informatics, you must pass 'Studieprøven i Dansk' with the following results:
- 02 (7-point scale) or 6 (13-scale) in each of the three parts of the test: written presentation (skriftlig fremstilling), reading comprehension (læseforståelse), and oral communication (mundtlig kommunikation)
Conditional admission for summer supplementary courses
Conditional admission means that you will be accepted to the study programme given that you submit documentation for fulfilling the admission requirements through a supplementary course or an English test during the summer. The final admission happens when you have passed the supplementary course with the required academic level and average grade or the English test with the required test result and submitted documentation for this no later than 1 September.
To be granted conditional admission, you must submit:
- Documentation for your enrolment in a supplementary course or English test no later than 5 July at 12:00 noon CET
Please note: If you are granted conditional admission, your opportunity for admission to any programme that you have prioritized lower in your KOT application will lapse.
We assess the level and grade(s) in Mathematics and English from your upper secondary school certificate and convert it into Danish levels and grades. Remember to enclose a verification form
if the amount of teaching hours of 60 minutes in Mathematics and English is not stated on the diploma/transcript of record.
Please note, if you want to include Mathematics related university courses in the assessment of the specific admission requirement in Mathematics, you have to apply for an exemption before the deadline 15 March at 12.00 noon CET (see more under Exemption). Alternatively, you may also do a supplementary course (see the section 'Mathematics B and Mathematics A').
The specific admission requirement in English may be met by submitting one of the approved English tests with the required test result (see the section 'English language requirement).