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.
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.
The Master's programme (Erhvervskandidat) can be taken over 4 years. This makes it possible to study whilst being employed.
If you wish to apply for admission in September, the application deadline is March 1 for applicants with a citizenship in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland as well as those holding a current Danish residence permit. For non-EU/EEA citizens without a current residence permit the application deadline is February 1. The earlier deadline is set, because you need time to apply for a student visa after admission.
You will have an answer to your application no later than June 10, and must answer to the offered study place no later than June 15
If you wish to apply for February start, the application deadline is October 15 for applicants with a citizenship in an EU/EEA country or Switzerland as well as those holding a current Danish residence permit; September 1 for non-EU/EEA citizens without a current residence permit.
Your application will be answered no later than December 10, and must answer to the offered study place no later than December 15
Please note that not all programmes start in both September and February
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.
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).