There may be a course offered at the University of Southern Denmark that you feel you simply MUST take.
Take a 'foreign' subject as part of your programme
If you want to read an individual subject or take a course offered in connection with a programme other than the one you are enrolled in, you can apply to your Academic Study Board to have it approved as a credit-earning part of your existing studies. If the Academic Study Board accepts your application, you must forward the approval to the Examination Office You will then be entitled to take the subject/course as a guest student if there are vacant places.
It is always a good idea during the planning stage to contact someone from both of the programmes in question, i.e. both the study programme secretariat or the academic supervisor for the programme you are enrolled in and the study programme secretariat or the academic supervisor for the subject or course you want to take as a guest student. Your Academic Study Board will only give you credit for a subject/course if its academic content lies within the framework of your curriculum.
The deadline for applications is 1 June for autumn courses and 1 November for spring courses.
If the subject/course cannot be approved
If the Academic Study Board cannot approve the subject or course as credit-earning, you would do well to consider taking it through the Place Vacancy Scheme.
Individual subject/course at another department
If you are a student at the University of Southern Denmark and are planning to take a subject or course at another department of education, you must contact the department in question and ask for details of their rules and enrolment procedures.