Undergraduate Programs in Denmark

Students Get Study Allowance in DenmarkDo you want to study in Denmark, but wonder how the program would be like? Here is a bird’s eye view of the undergraduate, postgraduate and doctoral programs in this country. In order to go to Denmark you will need a Danish Student Visa.

The grading system is based on the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System or ECTS credits. Each credit for Danish institutions is about 28 hours.

UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAM

The undergraduate program is extensive with theory and practical learning. Internships can be done in either Denmark or abroad and are compulsory for your credits. These programs have been developed in collaboration with the respective industry. Small class sizes and open communication between students and teachers adds value to education.

Here are the undergraduate categories:

ACADEMY PROFESSION DEGREE BUSINESS ACADEMY BACHELOR’S DEGREE
2 years (120 ECTS points) 3½ year (220 ECTS)
Advanced courses for 11th and 12th grade A Business Academy Degree
 An AP Degree  Professional programs
PROFESSIONAL BACHELOR’S DEGREE BACHELOR’S DEGREE
 34 years (180240 ECTS ) 3 years (180 ECTS)
A University College Degree Researchbased education
Professional programs Mostly Theoretical for University programs
Artisticallybased for Artistic Programs
TOPUP DEGREE Group as well as individual studies
A University College Degree
1½ year (90 ECTS)
Applicable for students with AP degree
A University College Degree

 

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