The University of Southern Denmark is a university with research at the highest level. It is important that only students with the required entry qualifications are admitted as students to the university.
If you do not meet the entry requirements of the study programme or courses you apply for, you are not admitted.
Selection criteria for degree programmes
If you apply for a bachelor programme, you must have a qualifying entry exam, typically an upper secondary education
which means you have completed 12-13 years of schooling. It also means that you must document that you meet the specific requirements of particular subjects in English
and e.g. in math. If there are limited study places available in a particular programme, the students with the highest grade point averages are admitted.
If you apply for a master degree, you must document that you have completed a relevant bachelor’s degree and have the required English skills
to be admitted.
If there are limited study places available in a particular study programme, the best qualified students are admitted.
You find information on the entry requirements under the particular degree programme you are interested in.
Selection criteria for exchange and guest students
As an exchange or guest student, you must meet the required course prerequisites to be enrolled. It e.g. means that you can only follow courses at master level if you have completed what compares to 180 ECTS credits (i.e. three years of studies) of relevant courses at university level. It also means that you must document the required Danish English level B
to be admitted.
You can read more about entry requirements under “General entry requirements
You can read about course prerequisites in the course description of the courses you wish to follow.