If you want to continue studying after obtaining your BSc, you must apply for admission to a Master Programme.
You must fill in an on-line application form to apply for admission. You order an on-line application form under the "programme" at http://www.sdu.dk/en/Uddannelse/Kandidat
Deadline for applications
- Studies commencing on 1 September, deadline for applications: 1 April. All master programmes.
- Studies commencing on 1 February, deadline for applications: 1 November. For some programmes, studies commence in February. Ask at the relevant secretariat whether this will be possible for you as regards the subjects offered.
Please be aware that the deadlines for applying above only apply to applicants to the master programmes taught in Danish and to the Danish applicants for the master programmes taught in English. You will find the deadlines that apply to foreign applicants for the master programmes taught in English here.
Applications received after the deadline will be processed on an ongoing basis if there are still vacancies on the programme.
It will be possible to begin some programmes at the beginning of each quarter or at other times during the term. In these cases, your course of studies will be skewed. Contact the academic supervisor for the programme in question for more information about this.
In order to enroll in a master program you must have completed your bachelor programme by the starting date of the master programme. Apart from that you also have to meet the academic entry requirements of the master programme. You can read about them on the website of the programme. You can also see your combination options that are approved in advance in the tool called DIVA.
If you do not fulfil the entry requirements
If you do not meet the entry requirements
- You have not yet completed your bachelor programme: If you want to take courses from your future master programme before you have completed your bachelor programme, you must apply for an exemption. You will find more information here.
- If you do not meet the minimum academic requirements: The Academic Study Board will decide whether you need supplementary courses. Read more at supplementary courses for graduate programmes.
Are you a Bachelor from the professions?
Professional Bachelors can enrol in a graduate programme at the University of Southern Denmark, but there are some special conditions, which you can read more about on this page.
Admission to some graduate programmes is restricted. Selection criteria are described on the websites of the individual programmes under admission requirements.
Reply to applications
Internal applicants (BA students at the University of Southern Denmark) will be informed through their student e-mail address whether they have been admitted, if they have been admitted on certain conditions (i.e. depending on whether they have obtained a BA) or cannot be admitted. External applicants will be informed by letter.
State Education Grant and Loan Scheme (SU) for graduate programmes
Remember to apply for SU for your graduate programme. Read about SU here