You need a relevant Bachelor’s degree
To be admitted to a Master’s programme, you must have a relevant Bachelor’s degree, professional Bachelor’s degree or another degree on the same level. You can read about the specific requirements on the pages of each programme.
When you apply for admission to a Master’s, only your Bachelor’s degree will be taken into account. If you have passed other degrees or courses after you completed your Bachelor’s, these will not be included in the assessment of whether you fulfil the entry requirements.
If you do not fulfil the entry requirements, you may be able to take supplementary courses.
Non-EU/EEA applicants without a Danish Bachelor's degree must submit their Bachelor's diploma - or an official confirmation of graduation from the university.
The deadlines are May 15 for the September intake and December 1 for the February intake.
When applying, you may have to prove your proficiency in either English or Danish, depending on the language of instruction used in the applied programme. You can read about the requirements here.
Fulfilling the requirements is no guarantee for admission
There are a limited number of study places in the programmes at the University of Southern Denmark. This means that you aren’t guaranteed a study place just because you fulfil the entry requirements. If there are more qualified applicants than study places, we select the applicants with the highest level of qualification. You will find the selection criteria listed on the pages of each programme.
Already have a Master’s degree?
If you've already obtained a Master's degree, you can only be admitted to a new programme if there are vacant study places in the programme.