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Master's programmes for working professionals

Programmes starting September 1st

Application deadline is March 1st for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens as well as applicants with a Danish residence permit.
It is February 1st for applicants from outside Europe.

Programmes starting February 1st

Application deadline is October 15th for EU/EEA and Swiss citizens as well as applicants with a Danish residence permit.
It is September 1st for applicants from outside Europe.

What's different from entering af traditional full time master's programme?

  • You are required to have a relevant occupation for a minimum working week of 25 hours or to be a self-employed entrepreneur.
  • The programme can be completed over a period of 4 years whilst being employed.
  • You do not have to pay tuition fee unless you are a citizen of countries outside EU/EEA or Switzerland.
  • The programme is exactly the same at the 2-year variant.
  • You can not apply for state education grants (SU).
  • You can change from a full-time master’s programme to the same master’s programme for working professionals without withdrawal.
    You must apply for either re-admission or apply for a transfer. The application form depends on whether you have passed the first year of study. Read more about switching between part-time and full-time programmes here.

Questions?

If you have any questions please contact us.

We can be reached on 0045 6550 1052 or via mail: erhvervskandidat@sdu.dk

 


Last Updated 12.02.2021