Welcome exchange students

Welcome to the Faculty of Humanities. Below you will find important information prior to your studies at the Faculty of Humanities.







Autumn semester by 21 June
Spring semester by 1 December

You have to register for each course that you wish to attend. This applies to both bachelor- and master-level courses. Course registration is handled by the department offering the course(s) you want to follow.

For information on how to register for the individual courses, please click on the name of the departments listed below and visit their KUnet-sites for more information. Here you will also find information about exams and department facilities (KU-username is required). 

Arts and Cultural Studies

Art History, Comparative Literature,  Musicology, Theatre Studies


Film and Media Studies, Information Studies, Philosophy

Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies

Ancient Cultures (American Indian Languages and Culture, Assyriology, Near Eastern Archeology, Egyptology), Asian Studies (China Studies, Japanese Studies, Korean Studies, Modern India and South Asian Studies), Cross-Cultural Studies, Comparative Cultural Studies, Eastern European Studies (Russian, Polan, Balkan Studies), Greenlandic and Arctic Studies, Minority Studies, Middle Eastern Studies, Study of Religions.

English, Germanic and Romance  Studies

English, German, French, Italian, Spanish     

Nordic Studies and Linguistics

 Danish Studies, IT & Cognition

The Saxo Institute

Archaeology, European Ethnology, History

Danish Culture Course at The Saxo Institute









Prior to each semester, the Faculty of Humanities welcomes all new exchange students to the Faculty's Orientation Programme. The Orientation Programme offers important information regarding your studies at the Faculty of Humanities.

Read about the Orientation Programme.













International Admissions

Should you have any practical questions before or during your enrolment, please do not hesitate to contact International Admissions.

Department Student Guidance

For questions concerning your specific programme elements or questions related to courses, exams, etc., please contact  your department student guidance counsellors.