Master's programmes

The Faculty of Humanities offers modern study and academic facilities, and promotes an international study environment built on academic learning of the highest standards.

Each year, the Faculty of Humanities welcomes more than 100 international students to our English taught Master's programmes.

The Faculty of Humanities currently offers four two-year Master's programmes taught entirely in English.

Please find more information about admission requirements, tuition fees and application deadlines on the individual programme websites:

PLEASE NOTE: From September 1, 2021, the MA programme in Film and media studies and the MSc programme in Information science and cultural communication will no longer be available as English taught Master’s programmes. The programmes will only be available for students with a Danish language proficiency test. 

Danish taught Master's programmes

The Faculty of Humanities offers a wide range of Master's programmes taught in Danish. For more information please refer to our complete list of Master's programmes (in Danish).


If you have de-matriculated from the Faculty of Humanities due to non-compliance with the requirements on study activity or maximum duration of study period, you can apply to re-enrol.