The Master of Public Management programme is only taught in Danish.
The Master of Public Management programme is hard work, but rewarding. Obviously, it will vary how much time each student needs to spend on the studying apart from the attendance. A rough estimate is about 20 hours per week. Therefore, we recommend that you involve both your family and employer when deciding to participate. From experience, you will also have to downplay your spare-time activities during the period.
- a higher education (bachelor's degree or the like)
- at least three years relevant professional and management experience
- language skills in English, so that classes taught in English can be attended
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.
Commencement of programme
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May 1st 2011.
2 years, part time.
60 ECTS credits.
21 Fridays/Saturdays, 1 week of summer university and a study abroad period for 1-3 weeks.