Grade Point Average(GPA) cut-off:
Quota 1: 6.2
Quota 2: 6.6 (guiding)
To apply for this programme the following is required:
A qualifying examination and the following specific subject-levels:
If you do not have the required subject levels you can take them as supplementary courses at upper secondary school level. Read more about supplementary courses (coming soon).
You must meet the admission requirements and submit documentation that the requirements are fulfilled no later than 5 July in the application year.
It is possible to apply for conditional admission and supplement one subject in the summer. However, all admission requirements must be fulfilled and documented by 5 September at the latest.
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.
Applications in quota 2 must meet the demands regarding a qualifying examination and the specific subject level requirements stated above (as applicants in quota 1).
Quota 2 applicants are assessed based on the following: 1) grade point average (GPA) of particularly relevant subjects, and 2) other particularly relevant documented qualifications.
Read more about the general guidelines for admission in quota 2 (coming soon).
Quota 2 subjects:
History B or History of Ideas B or Contemporary History B