General entry Requirements - the Faculty of Health Sciences

Public Health

The MSc in Public Health is taught entirely in English. All lectures at the Master’s level take place at campus Esbjerg.

Bachelor students who have completed a minimum of 120 ECTS are allowed to follow courses at the Master’s level (except S550023301 Cardiac Rehabilitation – a Model of Academic Presentation).

You can find information about the courses here. 

Medicine

The BSc in Medicine study programme is taught entirely in Danish. That’s why it’s a prerequisite that exchange students interested in following courses at the bachelor level have a good command of Danish.

You can find information on bachelor-level courses here (in Danish).

Read more about admission requirements for BSc in Medicine here (in Danish).

The MSc in Medicine study programme is taught almost entirely in Danish except for a few short courses.

You can find information about these courses here .

Master students who have completed a minimum of 180 ECTS are allowed to follow courses at the Master’s level. 

Clinical placement

As a student of medicine from a partner university, you can apply for clinical placements. The Faculty of Health Sciences offers a limited number of clinical placements at Odense University Hospital. Students cannot be guaranteed a placement in Odense and might be placed in one of the affiliated teaching hospitals in the Region of Southern Denmark. Placements depend on availability in the respective clinical areas and are subject to change.

A clinical placement has a duration of four (8 ECTS-credits) or six (10 ECTS) weeks full-time.

The examination is a portfolio assessment (pass/fail) based on 11 learning objectives for clinical training. The student is assessed on an ongoing basis during the clinical placement. You can view the learning objectives here.

Master students who have completed a minimum of 180 ECTS and have completed at least one clinical rotation at the Master’s level are allowed to do clinical training at the Master’s level.

If you wish to do laboratory work, it’s important that you describe what you wish to work on for the relevant professor to assess it and accept you. 

Sport Science

With the exception of two courses in innovation, the BSc in Sports Science is taught entirely in Danish. That’s why it’s a prerequisite that exchange students interested in following courses at the bachelor level have a good command of Danish.

You can find information on bachelor-level courses here (in Danish).

Read more about admission requirements for BSc in Sports Science here (in Danish).

The MSc in Sports Science offers courses taught entirely in English. Bachelor students who have completed a minimum of 120 ECTS can be allowed to follow courses at the Master’s level.

Read more about the courses here.

Psychology

The BSc in Psychology study programme offers courses in English. Bachelor students who have completed a minimum of 60 ECTS can be allowed to follow courses at the Bachelor’s level.

Read more about the courses here.

Pharmacy

The MSc in Pharmacy study programme is taught entirely in Danish except for one course.

You can find information about the course here.

Master students who have completed a minimum of 180 ECTS are allowed to follow courses at the Master’s level.

Health Science

The MSc in Health Science study programme offers courses in English. Master students who have completed a minimum of 180 ECTS and have a Master’s degree in Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, Health Science and Midwifery are allowed to follow courses at the Master’s level.

You can find information about the courses here .

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