Admission in quota 2 in 2020

As a consequence of corona virus and public authorities’ attempt to limit its spread, this year’s entrance examination in quota 2 will be conducted as follows:

  • The entrance examination for all Bachelor’s and Engineering programmes at SDU will solely consist of the participation in the uniTEST – a general aptitude test. The test consists of 92 questions, and its level of difficulty is unchanged.
  • Programme specific tests in the forms of interviews, lecture participation, written tests, etc. will not be conducted this year.
  • uniTEST will be conducted as an online test, i.e. you can participate from home. The test will be monitored via remote proctoring to ensure an individual and unassisted participation.
The online uniTEST is held from April 15 through April 25. You will receive your specific test date on April 6.

What this means to you

  • You will only have to conduct the uniTEST once – even if you are applying for admission to several programmes.
  • You must not appear at the university to attend and conduct the uniTEST.
  • You can participate in the uniTEST from abroad, as always.
  • You must register for the uniTEST no later than March 27 at 12, noon
How to register for uniTEST

Once you have applied for admission in quota 2, you will receive access to SDU’s self-service platform, Admission SDU. Herem you’ll be able to track the status of your application, and it is also where you must register for the uniTEST.

When you register, you can choose one test date on which you do not wish to be tested. Unfortunately, we are unable to meet requests for specific test dates as we can only test a limited number of applicants at the same time.

On April 6, you will be informed about your test date. After this, you will be able to book the specific hour yourself. Booking of specific hours happens on a first come, first served basis.

Participation via remote proctoring

Participation in the uniTEST happens via remote proctoring to make sure the test is completed according to our rules. You will receive all necessary information in time, but if you wish, you can already read about the requirements this poses to you as participant.

Read more about test participation via remote proctoring

Special test conditions for applicants with certain needs

Are you dyslexic or have a physical / psychological impairment and require special test conditions during the uniTEST, you will need to do the following 2 things:

  1. You must fill out an application via
  2. Once the University of Southern Denmark (SDU) has received your application for admission from we will earliest from February 15 send a confirmation mail with information regarding test registration for the uniTEST on 18 and 19 April .

We would appreciate a notification from you if you require special test conditions during the uniTEST. You can upload relevant documentation for your dyslexia or your physical /psychological impairment together with a personal explanation outlining your needs directly to your application on

Test participation under special test conditions means that you will as a minimum receive 25% additional time to complete the written tests with, and in the case of dyslexia it will be permitted to use an IT rucksack or similar computer programmes for dyslexia.

SDU accepts the aids offered by the SPS system (personal support in the form of a mentor or student support person is excluded from this).

Please note that this decision for special test conditions only concerns the admissions process / uniTEST and the subject specific tests.

Note: If you are offered a study place at SDU you should make an application to the SPS unit with a view to apply for aids, support hours etc. regarding your studies. This should be done before commencement of study as there can be a longer casework time concerning.


If you have any questions, please get in touch with our counsellors who are happy to help you.

We are still working hard to plan the unexpected online test of all of our applicants, so there may be questions we cannot answer yet.