Admission: Exchange-, Guest- and Full degree students – University of Copenhagen

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Admission: Exchange-, Guest- and Full degree students

Here you can find information on admission requirements, procedures and fees concerning your participation at the Faculty of Theology as an exchange-, guest- or full degree student.

Every Year the Faculty of Theology & Centre of African Studies welcomes around 300 international students from all over the world. These can be divided into exchange students, guest students and full degree students.

Exchange students

A part of our exchange students are participating in our Erasmus Exchange Programmes with universities in Europe or Nordplus Exchange Programmes with universities in the Nordic Countries, while others are from universities world wide as part of exchange agreements with the University of Copenhagen.

Course registration 
Please find information about course registration at our website: Registration for Courses and Exams & Academics

Summer courses
Information on the application process is given at our website: Summer courses

You can find more information about becomming an exchange student at the University of Copenhagen at the University's website for international students www.studies.ku.dk (the link below)

Admission process for Exchange Students (external link)

Guest Students

Guest students are enrolled at the faculty for one or two semesters without being on any exchange agreement. Guest students are charged tuition fees.

Guest students from the European Union/EEA - tuition fees
The tuition fee will be determined by the number of ECTS-points. The tuition fee for
10 ECTS-points courses are DKK 2,000; 15 ECTS-points course are DKK 3,000. A full semester is 30 ECTS-poits, which is two or three courses at our faculty. 

Guest students from outside the European Union/EEA - tuition fees
Please note if you choose courses (one or more) from different tuition fee categories, your tuition fee will be set according to the most expensive category. For example, if you have been admitted to Theology or African Studies and then decide to take a course at Law, you will have to pay the tuition fee for Law which is more expensive than ours. See Tuition Fees. A full semester is 30 ECTS-poits, which is two or three courses at our faculty. 

Course registration 
Please find information about course registration at our website: Registration for Courses and Exams & Academics

Summer courses
Information on the application process is given at our website  Summer courses

You can find more information about becomming a guest student at the University of Copenhagen at the University's website for international students www.studies.ku.dk (the link below)

Admission process for Guest Students (external link)

Full degree students

Full degree students are participating in one of our international two-year MA programmes and studying for a masters degree. Tuition fees are charged from degree students from non-EU/EEA countries.

The Faculty offers two international MA programmes. Read more about the programmes here:

Information about the MA programme in African Studies

Information about the MA programme Religious Roots of Europe