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Am I able to receive the Danish State education grant (SU)?
 No, it is not possible to receive the Danish State Grant when taking the Master's programme (Erhvervskandidat) whilst being in relevant occupation.
Judicial claim?
There is no education with a judicial claim to the Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat). If you get admitted to a Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat), you have the right to be admitted to the corresponding fulltime programme. Reason for a transfer from the Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat) to the fulltime programme happens based on an application from you or if you no longer meet the requirements for the Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat) about relevant employment or entrepreneurship.
Do you meet the occupational requirements?

The requirement about concurrent work can be meet by either an employment in a private or public company or by being an entrepreneur with an independent company.

Privat or public employment

The admission for the Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat) requires that you have an employment agreement at a private or public company. The employment agreement must state at least 25 hour on average per week to make sure you are an integrated part of the workplace on a par with a fulltime employee.

Entrepreneurship

Being an entrepreneur  can be relevant if the activities of the company are relevant and the company has either a revenue and relevant activities that generate earnings, or  is affiliated to a public or private entrepreneurial milieu.

How long does it take to finish a Master's programme (Erhvervskandidat)

The Master's programme (Erhvervskandidat) can be taken over 4 years. This makes it possible to study whilst being employed.

When is the application deadline?

 Application deadline is March 1st.

 

What happens if I lose my job?

If you change employer while being admitted to the Master's programme (Erhvervskandidaten), you ar obliged to contact SDU and to apply to continue to be admitted to the programme.  If SDU decides that the new employment cannot be equated with the former one, you are not able to continue with the programme.

If you lose your job and dose non find a new relevant employment, you will be transferred to the fulltime variant of the Master's programme at the beginning of the upcoming semester.

 

Is it possible to change to the fulltime Master's programme later, if I decide to studty fulltime?

If you get admitted to a Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat), you have the right to be admitted to the corresponding fulltime programme. Reason for a transfer to the fulltime programme happens based on an application from you or if you no longer meet the occupational requirements for the Master’s programme (erhvervskandidat).

 

Is it possible to be enrolled to two Master's programmes at the same time?
No, as a student at a Master's programme (Erhvervskandidat), you are not allowed to be enrolled for at second Master's programme fulltime or the Erhvervskandidat variant at the same time.
How can I apply for admission?
You can apply for admission via our application portal

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