Admission requirements


Secondary school leaving certificate, equivalency certificate, transcripts, international passport, English, or Danish proficiency certificate.



Secondary school leaving certificate, transcripts, international passport, equivalency certificate, international diploma (IB, EB, GCE, IGCSE or ACT) language proficiency certificates in Danish (‘Danish as a Foreign Language’ (‘Studieproven i dansk som andetsprog`) or ‘Danish Test 2’ (‘Danskprøve 2’)) or English(TOEFL, IELTS, and Cambridge ESOL examinations (CAE)),

Note that requirements vary by institution and program. Some institutions might still ask for additional documents.


Fall semester starts: Aug/Sept

Fall application deadline: March

Spring semester starts: Jan/ Feb

Application deadline: Oct./Nov.

Average Tuition

You will be required to pay if you are not a citizen of the EU, EEA, or Switzerland. Tuition fees can range from €6,000 to €18,000 per year, depending on the school and program of study. In Denmark, the average cost of a degree is between €12,000 and €15,000 per year.

Average Cost of Living

Living costs in Denmark can range from €1,000 to €1,800 per month, including local transportation, accommodation, food, and other personal expenses. Copenhagen is one of the most expensive cities, living in Copenhagen can cost between €1,300 and €1,800 a month. The recommended monthly budget for smaller cities like Aalborg is around €1000 per month.

Note: some students may still manage on less than this sum since it all depends on how much money you spend on shopping and going out.