Application procedure – Københavns Universitet

Application procedure

In order for you to be admitted you need to have a qualifying bachelor’s degree or another qualifying degree at the same level.

Please note that during the application procedure you will be asked to choose your first and second year university according to the course structure. Below please find the possible mobility tracks:

Bangor University - University of Copenhagen University of Göttingen - University of Copenhagen University of Copenhagen - Bangor University
Bangor University - University of Göttingen University of Göttingen - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences University of Copenhagen - University of Padova
Bangor University - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences University of Göttingen - Bangor University University of Copenhagen - University of Göttingen
Bangor University - University of Padova University of Göttingen - University of Padova University of Copenhagen - Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

The application procedure depends on your citizenship and educational background:

ARE YOU A CITIZEN IN EU, EEA OR SWITZERLAND?
ARE YOU A CITIZEN IN A COUNTRY OUTSIDE EU, EEA OR SWITZERLAND?

Prioritisation of applicants

Selection criteria

If the number of qualified applicants to the programme exceeds the number of places available, applicants will be prioritised as follows:

Eligible applications are assessed using the following four selection criteria:

  • Academic excellence
  • Recommendations
  • Relevant work experiences
  • Personal motivation.

Each criterion is assessed using a scale of 1-5 (5 = excellent, 4 = very good, 3 = good, 2 = average, 1 = poor). Evaluation always starts with the academic excellence criterion: this must be at least 4 for evaluation to proceed. Evaluation always stops if any other criterion is assessed at less than 3.

The following weights on each criterion are used:

  • Academic excellence (60%)
  • Recommendation (15%)
  • Work experiences (10%)
  • Personal motivation (15%).

As part of the screening, language proficiency is assessed as a threshold: sufficient/not sufficient.