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Entry requirements

  • This Programme is offered in Sønderborg
  • This Programme is taught in English

BSc in Engineering - Innovation and business (19010)

Entry requirements

Are you applying for admission for the BSc in Engineering (Engineering, Innovation and Business)(19010), you have to fulfill the following requirements:

  1. Qualifying examination
  2. Specific entry requirements:
    • English on intermediate level (Danish level B) passed with a grade equivalent to a minimum of 3.0 in the Danish 7 point grading scale (2 is passed, 12 is max).
    • Mathematics on high level (Danish level A)
    • Physics on intermediate level (Danish level B) OR Geoscience on high level  (Danish level A)

The courses have to be passed and English must be passed with a minimum grade of 3.0 in the Danish 7 point grading scale. Read more about the language requirements.

 You must fulfill the requirements regardless the quota you are applying for.

NB: Despite not having a qualifying examination, you can still apply for admission if you have passed one of the following:

If you not fulfill the entry requirements

You are able to take completion to meet the specific requirements.

Admission test in quota 2 (2020)

Entrance examination for BSc in Engineering (Engineering, Innovation and Business) consists of the following elements:

  1. uniTEST
  2. Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)

Note, you do not need to attach a motivated application and CV when sending your application at


uniTEST assesses your general academic aptitude within the following areas:

  • Critical reasoning
  • Quantitative reasoning
  • Linguistic reasoning

The test duration is 2,5 hours and consists of 90 questions. More information regarding uniTEST and sample test questions can be found here.

Multiple Mini Interview (MMI)

The MMI consists of two consecutive interviews each lasting 10 minutes. These interviews are conducted by a professor or another member of staff from the engineering programme, who will assess your professional and social skills in relation to the field of Engineering.

During the MMI assessment the following areas will be covered:

  • Knowledge of the programme
  • Self-awareness and reflectivity (i.e. own strengths and weaknesses)
  • Communication skills

You must complete 1 MMI regardless of the number of programmes you have applied for. The assessment from the MMI will cover your application across the different engineering programmes.

Selection process

All applicants who have completed the uniTEST will be invited to a Multiple Mini Interview on 16 May.

The uniTEST and Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) are of equal significance in the overall assessment that determines how the study places are distributed in quota 2.

Practical information regarding the entrance examination

The uniTEST will be held at SDU on 18 and 19 April. You can expect to allocate 1 day for uniTEST participation. 

The Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) will be held on 16 May. You will be called in at the campus (Odense or Sønderborg) with your highest prioritised engineering programme.

Are you staying or living abroad?

If you are staying or living abroad at the time of the uniTEST, then you still have an opportunity of taking the test online. You can find information regarding participation in the uniTEST from abroad here.

MMI participation from overseas will be held on 18 May and will be conducted online.

Enrolment and Grade Point Average

Enrolment in 2020

Programme spots 35
Quota 1/2 (%) 60/40
 Grade Point Average in quota 1 All qualified applicants admitted 

Enrolment in 2019

Programme spots 35
Quota 1/2 (%) 60/40
 Grade Point Average in quota 1 All qualified applicants admitted 

Notification about sharpening the entry requirements from 2021 on

SDU notifies the sharpening of the entry requirements  from 2021 on. The qualifying examination must be finished and passed with the following minimum grade point average - GPA (.pdf).