The following are the academic requirements for being eligible to apply to universities in Denmark:
- For a bachelor's program, students will require a minimum qualification of 10+2 level with an above 55% or 2.6 CGPA, while some of the universities or programs may ask for higher percentages.
- For the Master’s program, students will require 4 years of a bachelor’s degree with an equivalent score above 60% or 2.8 CGPA, while some universities or programs may ask for higher percentages.
- To apply to Danish universities for Bachelors and Masters, you will need a minimum score of 6.5 in IELTS with no band less than 5.5.
- For bachelor’s degree at Danish University, 13 years of education are required. Students with a 10+2 level of qualification can join bachelor’s through AP or Pathway programs.
- For a bachelor’s degree at private colleges, an IELTS score of 6.0 overall with no band less than 5.5 or PTE scores of no less than 52 are accepted.
- The PTE test is not valid for a master's degree.
- In the case of the TOEFL language proficiency test, a minimum score of 83 is required.
Admission Application Document Checklist
- Up-to-date academic transcripts at the +2 or Bachelor's level are required.
- A valid passport and
- IELTS, TOEFL, or PTE test score results
- Motivational Letter
- Statement of Purpose
- Application charge (different for different universities)
Visa Application Document Checklist
- Valid passport
- University offer letter
- Payment receipt of tuition fee in university for the first semester (cost differs according to university)
- Embassy and immigration fee payment receipt (approximately 3700 DKK)
- Bank statements and bank balance certificates are required only in the case of dependents. You must have enough funds to sustain yourself and your spouse.