As a fee-paying guest student, you can apply for short-term, non-degree seeking studies at the Faculty of Humanities. Guest enrolment is an alternative to applying through an exchange agreement or as a full degree-seeking student.
- Available courses
- Guest students not studying a full degree programme at a Danish university
- Guest students enrolled at a Danish University
- Tuition fees
- How to apply
Each term the Faculty of Humanities offers a broad selection of non-Danish taught courses available to international guest students.
In the Faculty of Humanities' Course Catalogue you will find a comprehensive list of all non-Danish taught courses offered to international guest students.
If your home university does not have an exchange agreement with University of Copenhagen, or you are interested in taking part-time studies as a professional, you can apply at the Faculty of Humanities as an international guest student.
Your application will be subject to an evaluation, whereby you are required to fulfill the academic and language requirements for the applicable courses.
Guest students not studying a full degree programme at a Danish university are required to pay tuition fees for short-term, non-degree-seeking studies at the University of Copenhagen.
If you are currently enroled in a full degree programme at another Danish university, you can apply to take a course(s) at Faculty of Humanities. You are required to provide the University of Copenhagen with a pre-approval from your Danish home university stating that the courses can be transferred to your current degree programme.
Apply before 1 June for autumn semester and 1 November for spring semester. Your application is processed before 15 July (autumn courses) and 15 December (spring courses).
You may submit your preliminary approval until 15 June for autumn courses and 15 November for spring courses. Applications without a pre-approval will be rejected after these dates.
For more information, contact the Student Guidance Centre at the Department(s) offering the course(s).
Please note that if your enrolment at your Danish home university is subject to tuition, you will have to pay tuition fees at your home university while studying at the University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Humanities.
Tuition fees for European Union/EEA guest students
As an EU/EEA citizen not studying a full degree programme at a Danish university, you are required to pay reduced tuition fees.
Tuition fees per ECTS:
- 5 ECTS: DKK 1,250
- 7.5 ECTS: DKK 1,875
- 10 ECTS: DKK 2,500
- 15 ECTS: DKK 3,750
- 22.5 ECTS: DKK 5,625
- 30 ECTS: DKK 7,500
- 45 ECTS: DKK 11,250
- 60 ECTS: DKK 15,000
Tuition fees for students from non-EU/EEA countries
As a non-EU/EEA citizen not studying a full degree programme at a Danish university, you are required to pay full tuition fees for short-term, non-degree studies at the University of Copenhagen.
For the list of applicable tuition fees, visit The International Education and Grants' website on tuition fees.
EU/EEA citizens apply for courses at the Faculty of Humanities by filling out the below application form and sending it by e-mail to email@example.com.
The application deadlines for EU/EEA citizens are as follows:
- 1 June for the autumn term
- 1 December for the spring term
EU/EEA citizens applying for courses at other Faculties should refer to the admissions procedures on the International Education and Grants' website.
Non-EU/EEA citizens apply for admission with International Education & Grants. For information on how to apply, admission requirements and application deadlines, please visit The International Education and Grants' website.
Non-EU/EEA citizens holding a valid Danish residence permit apply for admission with Faculty Admissions by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Faculty Admissions at Education & Student Services
University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Humanities
Karen Blixens Plads 8, DK- 2300 Copenhagen S
Phone: +45 40 47 11 97
You are welcome to make an appointment if you are unable to visit us during office hours.