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Students enrolled in this school.
2
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
64
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The school says:The Aalborg model has been used at Aalborg since the school opened.  It is a problem-based learning model and uses real-life projects to find answers. One goal of this method is to teach students to gain knowledge independently through group projects.  This model has been recognized internationally as an advanced and efficient form of learning.

What are the admissions criteria?

While each school has its own set of requirements, there are certain minimum requirements for admission. An IB diploma meets their requirements, as does one year of college credit.  US students can meet the requirement with 3 AP scores of 3+. International requirements can be found here.  Students from non-anglophone countries must demonstrate English proficiency through IELTS or TOEFL scores, and all applicants must submit a copy of their passports. The Danish application is called the Coordinated Enrollment System or "KOT". Students can apply to up to 8 programs or apply to all the schools in the country. When you apply, you rank the schools in order of preference. If you qualify for more than one, you get your highest choice pick. 

You won’t be accepted at more than one. The application deadline is March 15th for non-EU students. You should hear back by June 1st.  

What is student life like?

Each campus holds fitness facilities with cardio equipment and weights.  Aalborg also offers AASI, which is affiliated with the university and offers tennis, volleyball, swimming, soccer, badminton, and more.  Each campus has a Studenterhuset (Student House) nearby, which offers concerts, presentations, social events, international nights, a pub, and a cafe.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

Each campus helps international students find housing, but it is not guaranteed and works on a first-come, first-served basis.  The average cost for this accommodation is 465 euros per month in Aalborg and Copenhagen.  Esbjerg rates are lower (around 300 euros).  The actual price depends on whether the room has private or shared facilities.

Dining information

Additional notes.

Be sure and check out this short article on Friday bars in Denmark. There's also good information on housing in Copenhagen.

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