Each semester, the Faculty of Humanities welcomes more than 400 exchange students. If your home university has an exchange agreement with University of Copenhagen, you can become one of them.
What is an exchange student?
Exchange students usually study at the University of Copenhagen through the Erasmus exchange programme, Nordlys/Nordplus exchange programmes, or through a bilateral exchange agreement between their home university and the University of Copenhagen. Depending on the individual exchange agreements, some or all of your studies at the University of Copenhagen can be taken at the Faculty of Humanities.
The Faculty of Humanities offers a variety of non-Danish taught courses for both Bachelor's- and Master's-level exchange students studying at the University of Copenhagen.
In the Faculty of Humanities' online course catalogue, you will find all of our non-Danish taught courses. Note that admission to the courses may be subject to academic and language qualifications.
Information about admission
For information about how to apply for admission as an exchange student, please visit the University of Copenhagen's admission website for international exchange students.