A few programmes require you showing up at one of our campusses. Find more detalied information about the test cycles of all programmes on each programme's site under the section entry requirements.
Registration to attend the uniTEST from abroad
You must register for the uniTEST via AdmissionSDU no later than 21 March, noon. Once you have confirmed your attendance, you can choose to take the online version from abroad.
When you set up your account with ProctorU, you need to add 'The University of Southern Denmark' as your institution. Please note: You need to schedule your test times with ProctorU between 29 March and 5 April.
Preparations for the online test when attending from abroad...
You attend the uniTEST from your own computer via “remote – proctoring”. This means that a remote guard will monitor your completion of the test.
To conduct the test from abroad, the configuration of your computer must be set up to be compatible with the test completion at ProctorU. You must follow these three steps:
- Open a ProcorU account
When you set up your account with ProctorU, you need to add 'The University of Southern Denmark' as your institution.
Please note: You need to schedule your test times with ProctorU between 29 March and 5 April.
- Perform a check-up of your computer equipment by clicking on the following link: https://www.proctoru.com/testitout/
- Establish a connection to a live person from ProctorU (Live technician/connect to a live person) to ensure that the configuration of your computer matches the requirements of the test.
It is highly probable that Firewalls will block your internet connection if you take the uniTEST in public places such as schools, universities etc. This will prevent you from conducting the uniTEST. We recommend you to test your equipment in good time.
You are solely responsible for checking that both configuration and internet connection of your computer are compatible with ProctorU.
Requirements to the physical surroundings for online test participants:
Before you start conducting the uniTEST online, make sure the physical surroundings meet the following requirements:
- You are sitting at a stable desk
- You are sitting alone (the presence of other persons or animals is not allowed)
- The room you are sitting in is quiet
- There is an appropriate room temperature and lighting in the room
Practical information for the subject specific tests
You will receive more detailed information about the subject specific tests which you must attend directly on AdmissionSDU along with your invitation for the test.
Read more about our terms and conditions for participating in tests with remote proctoring on AdmissionSDU.
Registration to attend the subject specific tests from abroad
If the subject specific test take must be conducted on 6 and 7 April, in continuation of the uniTEST, you are automatically registeret once you have confirmed your attendance to the uniTEST.
Does your subject specific tests take place on a later date, you will receive further information about both registration and test details via AdmissionSDU along with an invitation for the subject specific test.