In 2012, all applicants who meet the admission requirements will be offered admission to the programme.
Specific subject levels (Danish upper secondary school):
If you do not have the right subject levels, you can take them as supplementary examination courses at upper secondary level. Read more at http://www.gsdanmark.dk/
You must meet the admission requirements and submit documentation no later than 5 July in the year of application.
The subject-specific level requirements must be passed in accordance with the degree programme’s regulations and marking assessment. This means grade 6 (Danish 13-point grading scale)/grade 2 (Danish 7-point grading scale) or higher. If several marks are included in the subject, the requirements are only met if the average grade is 6 (13-point grading scale)/grade 2 (7-point grading scale). You cannot meet the requirements by rounding up grades. This also counts if the subject is part of a fully qualifying examination.
Applicants with a foreign entrance examination
Applicants with a foreign entrance examination should read the general admission procedures for foreign applicants applying for Bachelor’s degree programmes taught in Danish, including how you find out whether or not you meet the above examination and subject level requirements.
As is the case with applicants in quota 1, applicants in quota 2 must meet the demands regarding a qualifying examination and the specific admission requirements stated above. The following also applies:
Applicants in quota 2 are admitted pursuant to an allocation of points based on work experience and periods abroad, as well as any time spent at a Danish folk high school.
This means that applicants with the highest points are admitted until there is no room for more.
Your work experience must include paid work amounting to approximately 30 hours per week. There are no requirements regarding the nature of the work, and any study-related work also counts here.
In connection with periods spent abroad, there are no requirements regarding specific areas of the world, and any study-related period abroad also counts here.
Work experience, attendance at a Danish folk high school and periods spent abroad can be pieced together, by all means from several periods. However, they may not have taken place during your schooling, and such activities can only be counted for a maximum period of 12 months altogether. Any points for marks and levels from your qualifying examination do not count in these 12 months.
Points Criteria for earning points
1 B level in English with minimum marks 10 or A level in English
1 Study-related period abroad, minimum 6 months
1 Study-related period abroad, minimum 1 year
1 Study-related work experience, minimum 1 year
1 Study-related higher education
1 Higher education that gives credits