Guest students

You have the option of studying single courses at the Faculty of Humanities. Guest enrolment is an alternative to applying through an exchange agreement or as a degree-seeking student. 

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.

Please note that guest students are required to pay tuition fees for short-term, non-degree-seeking studies at the University of Copenhagen.

The application deadlines for EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are as follows:

  • 1 June for autumn semester courses
  • 1 December for spring semester courses

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens apply for the guest programme via the Office of International Education & Grants. For information on how to apply, admission requirements and application deadlines, please visit the University of Copenhagen's admission website for international visiting students.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are required to tuition fees in connection with guest studies.

Tuition fees:

  • 5 ECTS: DKK 2,500
  • 7.5 ECTS: DKK 3,750
  • 10 ECTS: DKK 5,000
  • 15 ECTS: DKK 7,500
  • 22.5 ECTS: DKK 11,250
  • 30 ECTS: DKK 15,000

The price includes one-time participation in classes and lectures as well as three examination attempts (one ordinary examination and two resits). The tuition fee does not cover travel, accommodation and living expenses during the course.

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens holding a valid Danish residence permit with a view to permanent residence may be subject to a tuition fee reduction. Please contact International Admissions for more information.

Payment terms
UCPH Faculty of Humanities accepts international bank transfers for payment of tuition fees. The University accepts bank transfers only, preferably in Danish kroner (DKK) or euros (EUR).

Payment is binding. It is not possible to switch courses after payment has been credited to UCPH Finance.

The payment deadline is fourteen days after the invoice and offer of admission is sent. If payment is not received by the deadline stipulated in the admission letter, the University can rescind the offer of admission and offer the admission place to another applicant.

Refund and cancellation policy
Applicants can formally request to cancel their enrolment and receive a refund of the tuition fees in accordance with the following deadlines:

  • 1 August for courses being held in the succeeding autumn semester
  • 1 January for courses being held in the succeeding spring semester

Requests for cancellation and reimbursement are formally submitted via e-mail to International Admissions.