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. You must explore the options for supplementary courses yourself.
If taking a supplementary course is a possibility for you, and you are unable to complete the course by 5 July, you must instead document that you are attending a summer supplementary course.
Be aware that in Denmark it is most often only possible to take 1 supplement course during the summer.
Conditional admission means that you will be accepted to the study programme given that you submit documentation for fulfilling the admission requirements through the supplementary course during the summer.
The final admission happens when you have passed the supplementary course with the required academic level and average grade and submitted documentation for this no later than 10 September.
To be granted conditional admission, you must:
- Submit documentation proving that you are enrolled in a supplementation course no later than 5 July at 12:00 noon (CET)
Please note: If you are granted conditional admission into the Global Business Informatics or Data Science programme, your opportunity for admission into any programme that you have prioritized lower in your KOT application will lapse.
Documentation for English B 6.0 by English test
If you do not meet the specific admission requirement in English B 6.0, you can take a language test to document your English proficiency. The following test with the mentioned results are considered equivalent to English B 6.0:
- TOEFL paper-based test result of at least 600
- TOEFL iBT 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 a test result of at least 167
Test results that are more than two years old per 5 July will not be considered. To register for a test, please contact a TOEFL or an IELTS test centre. The TOEFL code of the IT University of Copenhagen is 9015. The IELTS does not have university codes.
Applications with a non-EU/EEA certificate must submit test score
Applicants with an upper secondary certificate from a non-EU/EEA country must submit test scores from an English test (applicants with an upper secondary certificate from USA, South Africa, Canada, Australia or New Zealand are exempted from the tests). The IT University will not assess the application until the official test scores have been send from the test center. You must document that you meet the English requirements at the time of application.