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Who can be a guest student?

Guest Students from another Danish University

If you are already enrolled in a professional bachelor programme or a bachelor- or master programme at another Danish university, you apply for enrolment on the same terms as Danish students. It is a prerequisite for admission that you have a pre-approval for credit transfer to your study programme from the Board of Studies at your home university.  

Application deadlines:

  • Apply from mid-May (autumn semester)
  • Apply from mid-November (spring semester)

We process the applications as we receive them, and we admit students until the term starts. There are a limited number of study places in all courses and the available places are allocated on a 'first come - first served' basis. Apply at least 1 week before the term starts. The semester begins in week 5 (spring semester) and in week 35 (autumn semester).

To see what courses you can apply for as a guest student, please go to the Danish site. There you will also find the link to the application system at the bottom of the page.

 

Programme specific requirements

Specific requirements for BSc in Global Business Informatics

  • Mathematics corresponding to the Danish B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate (there is no grade requirement if you have passed Mathematics corresponding the Danish A-level).
  • English corresponding to the Danish B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate (there is no grade requirement if you have passed English corresponding the Danish A-level).

Specific requirements for BSc in Digital Media and Design

  • Mathematics at B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the 7-point marking scale for those marks included in the subject on your certificate 
  • Danish at A level, no required mark but the subject must be passed
  • English at B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the 7-point marking scale for those marks included in the subject on your certificate

Specific requirements for BSc in Software Development

  • Danish at A level, no required mark but the subject must be passed
  • Mathematics at A-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the 7-point marking scale for those marks included in the subject on your certificate
  • English at B-level with an average mark of at least 6 on the 7-point marking scale for those marks included in the subject on your certificate There is no grade requirement if the subject is passed on an A-level.

Specific requirements for BSc in Data Science

  • Mathematics corresponding to the Danish A-level with an average mark of at least 6.0 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate.
  • English corresponding to the Danish B-level with an average mark of at least 6.0 on the Danish 7-point marking scale of the marks included in the subject on your certificate (there is no grade requirement if you have passed English corresponding to the Danish A-level).

 

Guenst Students at BSc Level

Courses at MSc level

Spring 2018 - Courses from MSc in Digital Innovation & Management:

Spring 2018 - Courses from MSc in Games:

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