The programme is only taught in Danish.
In order to be enrolled at the Professional Master's degree programme, you must, as a minimum have
- A relevant bachelor's degree/profession Bachelor education or an equivalent medium-length education, e.g. nurse in accordance with earlier announcements
- At least 2 years relevant business experience acquired after your qualifying education
Based on a specific assessment of your personal and professional competences, you may receive exemption from these demands.
Danish Language Requirements
Applicants with a foreign degree must have passed the University Qualification Test (Studieprøven) in Danish as a second language (previously Danish Test 2). It is a requirement that all the qualification test's four constituent parts have been passed with the grade 6 or above on the 13-point scale or 02 on the 7-point grading scale.
The programme consists of 9 modules. Additionally, students must participate in the introductory weekend and complete their Master's thesis. Each module is conducted during the course of approximately 20 Fridays/Saturdays. Homework and group work is not included and adds an average of 10-15 extra hours per week. Each module is concluded by a minor exam.
See the teaching timetable for the 1st semester, year 2010 here.
Teaching will take place on Fridays from 9.15-16.30 and on Saturdays from 8.15-16.30.
Lectures take place at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense.
Commencement of Study
The programme starts every year in September.
Final application date is June 1st.
60 ECTS credits.
The programme is offered in accordance to the Universities Act (no. 403 of 2003-05-28) and announcement about Master's degree programmes at universities (no. 1187 of 2009-12-07). The University reserves right to reject qualified applicants due to capacity related reasons (e.g. lacking teacher resources) and to not establish classes if the number of applicants is insufficient.