BSc in Economics and Business Administration
Applicants with a BSc in Economics and Business Administration give the right to admission to the master programme. Applicants with combined bachelor programme within Economics and Business Administration are qualified for admission to the master programme.
The following apply as per September 1, 2013:
Applicants with a BSc in Economics and Business Administration from The University of Southern Denmark have the right to admission to this master programme within the first year after having completed the BSc
Other applicants having passed a BSc in Economics and Business Administration are qualified for admission to the master programme.
Other higher education
Applicants may be admitted to the programme on a different basis than the admission requirements mentioned above, if the applicant possesses comparable academic qualifications and if the university deems that the applicant will be able to complete the programme. The university may stipulate that the applicant must pass supplementary tests prior to the time fixed for the start of the programme at the latest. Furthermore, the applicant must be able to document sufficient language requirements. Please refer to this site for information on the English language requirements.
Please see this page for the specific language requirements.
In order for the degree to be deemed as providing qualifications similar to those of the BSc programme, the programme must include 75 ECTS courses covering the disciplines within economics and business administration. This means that the following subjects of a certain degree and depth must be included: 1) microeconomics 2) accounting and finance 3) statistics and method 4) marketing and 5) organization. In case these requirements are not fulfilled it is required that the applicant is examined before study start in order for the applicant to obtain the qualifications similar to those of the admission requirements.
Furthermore, the University may determine that the applicants is further examined before study start should it be considered necessary.