Drop in quota 2 applications
At SDU, the number of quota 2 applicants has dropped by 10% compared to last year. The decrease is seen across multiple programmes and campuses, and the university sector as a whole has seen a fall in quota 2 applicants by 12%. Now the test-based admission process awaits all of the 8,193 applicants who have accepted to sit for the test.
This year has seen a drop in the number of quota 2 applicants for SDU’s undergraduate programmes. 8,193 people have applied for SDU’s programmes through quota 2, which is 10% less than last year’s record high number of applicants.
A total of 12,683 applications have been submitted. Of these, 3631 applicants have listed SDU as their first priority.
The influx of applicants for SDU’s graduate programmes has also taken a dive compared to last year: 8,874 applicants compared to 9,511 applications in 2021. This corresponds to a decrease of 7%, which means the number of applicants for the graduate programmes is back to the 2020 level.
Next step: the test-based admissions
The next step for the applicants hoping to be admitted to an undergraduate programme at SDU is the completion of the admission test, which this year will take place both online and in person. UniTEST, which is the first step, is held digitally, while the subject-specific activities and tests are conducted in-person at SDU’s campuses.
- We thank you for all the applications and are in the process of arranging the uniTEST, subject-specific activities and tests for the quota 2 applicants. We look forward to giving all applicants the opportunity to show their motivation for studying at SDU, says Annette Lund, Head of Studies at SDU.