Language of Teaching – University of Copenhagen

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Language of Teaching

Bachelor’s programmes are taught in Danish; some programmes have options in English (courses or project supervision) for final year students, including exchange students.

This means that you cannot be accepted as a full-degree student on one of the Faculty's Bachelor programmes - or Danish-language Master's programmes - such as Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Medicine if you do not meet the Danish language requirements.

Information on Danish language requirements - and other admission requirements - is available on the University of Copenhagen's portal for international students, studies.ku.dk.

Six of the Master’s programmes administered by the Faculty are offered in English while the remaining programmes are offered in Danish with some course work, clinical work and project supervision available in English – also for exchange students. The Faculty also collaborates with other faculties and institutions on additional Master's programmes taught in English.

All PhD programmes can be completed entirely in English and are open to applicants from around the world.

Professional Master’s programmes and Summer Courses are also offered in English.