International applicants

Find out whether you are qualified and learn more about the practicalities.

Are you qualified?

You can see the most common comparisons for many countries our tables below. 

The tables list:

  • the name of the upper secondary exam needed to fulfil the general entry requirement
  • the comparative levels for the different specific entry requirements
  • the minimum local grade needed to fulfil *
  • the documents you must upload so we can assess your application (for assessment of courses, please use this PDF iconverification form

 

Find your country

Find your country or international education to see if your education fulfils CBS' entry requirements.

Is your country not listed? Read more under Other international educations < Rest of the World.

* Please note the requirements for minimum grades are subject to change up until the 1st of March due to changes made by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. 

Oceania

You will likely need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.

Australia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need an Australian Senior Certificate of Education plus ranking index.

Documentation required: Australian Senior Certificate of Education (relevant upper secondary certificate(s) from your specific territory) plus ranking index. You also need to fill in the Verification Form at the top of the page.

  • Check if your qualifications is sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: If you have an Australian Senior Certificate of Education, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full Australian Senior Certificate of Education has been completed in Australia. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

  • If you have an Australian Senior Certificate of Education, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full Australian Senior Certificate of Education has been completed in Australia. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma and other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
New Zealand

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are a not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need a National Certificate Educational Achievement.

Documentation required: National Certificate Educational Achievement Level 3 & New Zealand University Entrance & New Zealand Record of Learning/Achievement where University Entrance is included. You also need to fill in the Verification Form at the top of the page.

  • Check if your qualifications is sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B:  If you have a New Zealand National Certificate Educational Achievement Level 3 Senior Certificate of Education, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full New Zealand National Certificate Educational Achievement Level 3 has been completed in New Zealand. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics and have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

  •  If you have a New Zealand National Certificate Educational Achievement Level 3 Senior Certificate of Education, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full New Zealand National Certificate Educational Achievement Level 3. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma and other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

Europe

EU/EEA and Swiss citizens do not need to pay the application fee or tuition fees. For all other citizens, you may need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.

Albania
 

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Dëftesë pjekurie(before 2006)/ Dëftesë pjekurie & Certificate Matura Shteterore (2006 to 2010)/Diplome e Matures Shteterore (2011-) from Shkollë e Mesme e Përgjithshme or Gijmnaz.
  • Dëftesë pjekurie(before 2006)/ Dëftesë pjekurie & Certificate Matura Shteterore (2006 to 2010)/Diplome e Matures Shteterore (2011-) from Shkollë Teknike or similar

Please note that exams passed with less than 6 in GPA does not fulfil the general entry requirement to CBS. Check if your qualifications is sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required (depending on your upper secondary education):

  • Dëftesë pjekurie (before 2006)
  • Dëftesë pjekurie & Certificate Matura Shteterore (2006 til 2010)
  • Diplome e Matures Shteterore (2011-)/gijmnaz
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Austria

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Reifeprüfung / Matura Reifeprüfung

  • English A
  • Minimum total sum of 11 weekly lessons over years 10, 11 and 12. (Erste lebende Fremdsprache AND Wahlpflichtgegenstände in English)
  • English B with Danish grade level of at least 6.0 (see below) AND one of the accepted language tests for English A.
  • English B
  • English as first foreign language with a min. of 9 weekly lessons over years 10, 11 and 12.

  • Maths B
  • Minimum total sum of 9 weekly lessons over years 10, 11 and 12.
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course History and Social/Political Studies and Geography and Economic Studies fulfils the requirement

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum total sum of 9 weekly lessons over years 10, 11 and 12.
  • German BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4

 

  • 3
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Matura exam certificate AND
  • ‘Stundentafel’ for Years 10, 11 and 12 AND
  • Jahreszeugnis, 12. Schulstufe


Calculating the GPA:
A simple GPA of all the single Austrian grades on the exam certificate is calculated.

This Austrian GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (-> Østrig; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).


Other exam certificates
Reife- und Diplomprüfung OR Berufsreifeprüfung

If you have the above (or any other exam than Reifeprüfung / Matura Reifeprüfung), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Belarus

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need: 

  • Atestat ab Agul'naj Sjarednjaj Adukcii/Attestat o Srednem Obrazovanii
  • Diplom ab Sarednaj Specialnaj Adukacii/Diplom o Srednem Spetsialnom Obrazovanii

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education. The above cannot stand alone*

Check if your qualifications is sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required:

Atestat ab agul'naj sjarednjaj adukcii/Attestat o Srednem Obrazovanii or diploma and grade transcript (Diplom ab Sarednaj Specialnaj Adukacii/Diplom o Srednem Spetsialnom Obrazovanii). You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

*From 1999: Diplom ab sarednaj specialnaj adukacii/Diplom o Srednem Spetsialnom Obrazovani (9 + 4 or 11 +2 years) does not need an additional year of further education. 

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Belgium (French)
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.


Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Certificat d’enseignement Secondaire Supérieur (C.E.S.S.): Section générale OR technique enseignement de transition OR artistique enseignement de transition

  • English A
  • English B
  • English Langue moderne 1
  • English Langue moderne 2
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in Historie et géographie fulfils the requirement

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum 4 lessons per week in years 10, 11 and 12
  • French BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 50-55
     
  • 66-80
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Certificat d’enseignement Secondaire Supérieur (C.E.S.S.): Section générale OR technique OR artistique AND
  • Grade transcript including the grades and hours for the final 3 years

Calculating the GPA:
A simple GPA of all the single Belgian grades on the exam certificate is calculated, with the exception of the course for behavior: “conduit”.

This Belgian GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (-> Belgien – det franske fælleskab; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Certificat d’enseignement Secondaire Supérieur (C.E.S.S.): Section technique enseignement de qualification
  • Certificat d’enseignement Secondaire Supérieur (C.E.S.S.): Section artistique enseignement de qualification
  • Certificat d’enseignement Secondaire Supérieur (C.E.S.S.): Section professionelle

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Bulgaria

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirements for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Diploma za (Zavarsheno) Sredno Obrazovanie / za Sredno Obrazovanie

  • English A
  • English as first foreign language (556 number of classes) AND English Intense Study (648 number of classes)
  • English B with Danish grade level of at least 6.0 (see below) AND one of the accepted language tests
  • English B
  • English as first foreign language (280 number of classes)
  • Maths B
  • Minimum total number of classes 335 in years 10, 11 and 12
  • Social Studies B
  • Minimum total number of classes 200 number (in History and / or Social Studies) in years 10, 11 and 12


(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)

  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum total number of classes 435 in years 10, 11 and 12
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 3
  • 3,5
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diploma za (Zavarsheno) Sredno Obrazovanie / za Sredno Obrazovanie AND
  • Apostille AND
  • Grade transcript for Years 10, 11 and 12
 

Calculating the GPA:

The Bulgarian GPA given on the exam certificate is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Bulgarien; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Diploma za (Zavarsheno) Sredno Obrazovanie / za Sredno Obrazovanie – specialising in Business
  • Diploma za Sredno Spetzialno Obrazovanie / za Sredno Obrazovanie – Technical or Business

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

 

Croatia

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

  • Maturalna svjedodžba OR
  • Svjedodzba o zavrsenom srednjem obrazovanju OR
  • Svjedodžba o zavrsnom ispitu-maturi OR
  • Svjedodžba o Državnoj Maturi
  • English A
  • English B
  • Minimum total sum of 9 weekly lessons* over years 10, 11 and 12 in Foreign Language 1

    *It is lessons and not hours.

  • Maths B
  • Minimum total sum of 10 weekly lessons* over years 10, 11 and 12 (for example, 3 weekly lessons in Year 10, 4 weekly lessons in Year 11 and 3 weekly lesson in Year 12)

*It is lessons and not hours.

  • Social Studies B
  • Minimum total sum of 6 weekly lessons* over years 10, 11 and 12.

*It is lessons and not hours.

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)

  • French BA /F-B
  • German BA /F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2.0

 

  • 3.0
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Svjedodžba o Državnoj Maturi AND
  • Final 4 years of exam results

Calculating the GPA:

The GPA of all the grades on the ‘Svjedodžba o Državnoj Maturi’ (State exam) is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The GPA of all the grades for the final year of the ‘Svjedodžba’ is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Svjedodžba o završnom ispitu 
  • Svjedodzba o zavrsenom srednjem obrazovanju 
  • Svjedodzba o zavrsnom ispitu-maturi
  • Svjedozba o maturi

If you have one of the above, you will be assessed as a dispensee in Quota 2. A dispensee must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified dispensees is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Cyprus

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Apolytirio Enaiou Lykeio / Apolytirio Geniko Lykeio

  • English A
  • No exam fulfils the requirement, look at "Alternative ways to fulfil the requirement English A" – here
  • English B
  • Minimum of 210 full teaching hours (of 60 minutes per hour - Verification From at the top of the page) during the final 3 years of your school education and with a final exam passed at upper secondary school level. The curriculum must contain the following:

Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation. Have a vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

  • Maths B

 

  • Minimum 250 full teaching hours (of 60 minutes per hour - Verification From at the top of the page) during the final 3 years of your school education with an exam passed at upper secondary school level or above. The curriculum must contain the following topics:
    • Statistics and probability theory
    • Functions and equations
    • Circular functions and trigonometry
    • Matrices
    • Vectors
    • Calculus
    • Algebra
    • Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

 

  • Social Studies B
  • You have taken and passed courses that equate Social Studies / History level B, you must upload documentation and course descriptions that show the Social Studies / History that you have taken comprise of a minimum of 200 full teaching hours (of 60 minutes per hour - Verification From at the top of the page) during the final 3 years of your school education with an exam passed at upper secondary school level or above

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)

  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • No exam fulfils the requirement, look at "Alternative ways to fulfil the requirement" - here
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 10
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 14-16
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Enaiou Lykeio /Geniko Lykeio and the specific documentation hours, curriculum during the final 3 years of your upper secondary education, as mentioned above under the specific requirements above
  • Verification From (at the top of the page)
 

Calculating the GPA:
The mean of the GPA on the Enaiou Lykeio /Geniko Lykeio is converted to the Danish grading scale. This conversion table can be found here (Omregningsskala. Available only in Danish).

Other exam certificates

  • Apolytirio frechniki Scholi

If you have the above (or any other than Apolytirio Enaiou Lykeio / Apolytirio Geniko Lykeio), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

 

Czech Republic

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Vysvedcení o Maturitni zkoušce from Gymnazium

  • English A
  • English B
  • Minimum 3 lessons per week in the final three years of the Maturita (equivalent to level B2 in first foreign language according to Eurydice)
  • Maths B
  • Minimum 3.5 lessons per week in the final three years of the Maturita
  • Social Studies B
  • Minimum 2 lessons (in History and / or Social Studies) per week in the final three years of the Maturita

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)

  • French BA /F-B
  • German BA /F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum 4.5 lessons per week in the final three years of the Maturita
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4

 

  • 2
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Vysvedcení o Maturitni zkoušce AND
  • Exam results for all years of the Vysvedcení o Maturitni zkoušce AND
  • School document showing number of lessons per week for the final 3 years

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the grades on the exam certificate (Vysvedcení o Maturitni zkoušce) is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The GPA of all the grades for the final semester of the ‘Vysvedceni’ is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Vysvedcení o Maturitni zkoušce / Maturitní zkouška / Maturita from Srední odborná skola
  • Maturitní zkouška from Konzervator
  • Maturitní zkouška from Strední odborné uciliste

If you have the above, you will be assessed as a dispensee in Quota 2. A dispensee must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified dispensees is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Estonia

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Keskkooli Loputunnistus / Gümnaasiumi Loputunnistus & Riigieksamenitunnistus

  • English A
  • English B
  • Min. 8 "kursuste arv" in English
  • Maths B
  • Min. 9 "kursuste arv" in Mathematics
  • Social Studies B
  • Min. 6 "kursuste arv" in History and / or Social Studies
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Min. 12 "kursuste arv" in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 3 (Loputunnistus)
  • min. 20 (Riigieksamenitunnistus)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4 (Loputunnistus)
  • min. 55 (Riigieksamenitunnistus)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Gümnaasiumi Lõputunnistus AND
  • Hinnetekeht AND
  • Riigieksamenitunnistus

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA on the State certificate (Riigieksamenitunnistus) is calculated, and converted to the Danish grading scale (see below*).

The GPA of the school exam certificate (Gümnaasiumi Loputunnistus) is calculated, and converted to the Danish grading scale (see below*).

The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated.

The conversion table between the Estonian and Danish grades can be found here (Estland; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).


Other exam certificates

  • Combined secondary with business courses

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Finland

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Ylioppilastutkintotodistus / Studentexamensbetyg

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Danish A

 

  • Svensk as mothertongue 9 kurser
  • Svensk as A-språk 9 kurser
  • Svensk as B-språk 9 kurser
  • English A

 

  • English B
  • English min. 8 kurser
  • Maths A
  • Mathematics min. 13 kurser
  • Maths B
  • Mathematics min. 9 kurser
  • Social Studies B
  • History and / or Social Studies min. 6 kurser
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • A level: min. 9 kurser in the respective language
    Other: min. 11 kurser in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 5
     
  • 7
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Ylioppilastutkintotodistus / Studentexamensbetyg AND
  • Lukion päästötodistus / Angångsbetyg från Gymnasiet

Calculating the GPA:
Calculate A) grade point average on the Lukion päättötodistus/Avgångsbetyg and B) average on the Ylioppilastutkintotodistus/Studentereksamensbeviset

A. Lukion päättötodistus/Avgångsbetyg: grade point average is calculated as a simple GPA of the grades on the certificate.

B. Ylioppilastutkintotodistus/Studentereksamensbeviset: 

1: First convert the exam results (such as approbatur and laudatur) for the individual courses to numbers

2: Put the grades together and calculate the GPA. Include both the 4 obligatory exams and the elective exams.

2) Add the GPA from A and the GPA from B together and divide by 2. Convert this to a Danish GPA in the 7 step scale using the conversion table below.

The conversion tables between the Finnish and Danish grades can be found here (Finland; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Tutkintotodistus / Ammatillinen perustutkinto
  • Tutkinto 3 vuotta lyhyemmistä ammattiopinnoista
  • Tutkintotodistus / Näyttötutkintona suoritettu ammatillinen perustutkinto
  • Tutkintotodistus / Ammattitutkinto
  • Erikoisammattitutkinto

If you have the above (or all other than Ylioppilastutkintotodistus / Studentexamensbetyg), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

France

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

  • Baccalauréat général
  • Baccalauréat technologique for exams completed in 2021 and later
  • English A
  • English B
  • English Langue vivante A 
  • English Langue vivante B
  • English Langue vivante I
  • English Langue vivante II
  • Maths B

For exams completed in 2021 and later:

  • Mathematics as a minimum for the first two years of the Baccalauréat

 

For exams completed in 2020 and earlier:

  • Série Economique et Sociale: The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement

  • Série scientifique: The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement

  • Série Littéraire: The obligatory course and the elective course in Mathematics together fulfil the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History-Geography fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum total sum of 10 weekly lessons in the respective language during the Baccalauréat général
    (remember to doucument the hours)
  • French BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 10
     
  • 12
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Baccalauréat general diploma AND
  • Relevé de notes
  • Carnet de notes


Calculating the GPA:
The French GPA given on the Baccalauréat Relevé de notes is converted to the Danish grading scale. This conversion table can be found here (Frankrig; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Baccalauréat technologique finish in 2020 or before
  • Baccalauréat professionnel
  • Diplôme d’accès aux ètudes Universitaires (D.A.E.U.)

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Germany

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife (Abiturzeugnis)

  • English A

English with “erhöhtes Anforderungsniveau” as part of the Abitur., such as:

  • English as "Leistungskurse" - must be marked with L or LK in the "Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife"
  • English as "Profilfach" - must be marked with P in the "Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife"
  • English as "Neigungsfach" - must be marked with N in the "Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife"
  • English as "Kernfach" - must be a "Prüfungsfach" with a written exam in the "Leistungen in der Abiturprüfung"
  • English marked with eA in the "Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife"
  • English marked with 2x in the "Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife"
  • English B with a Danish grade level of at least 6.0 (see below) AND one of the accepted language tests.
  • English B
  • Regardless of federal state: English studied in each of the four half-years of the Qualifikationsphase, passed with an average of 7 points or higher in total

    For Waldorfschule/Rudolf Steiner Schule: English passed (7 points or higher) as a Prüfungsfach in the Abiturprüfung

  • Maths B
  • Mathematics as a Grundlegendes Anforderungsniveau or Grundkurs during the 2 years of the Abitur
  • Social Studies B
  • History during the Abitur
  • Social Studies during the Abitur

Please note: Geography does not fulfil the requirement, you need to have either history or social studies

(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A

The respective language passed with “erhöhtes Anforderungsniveau” as part of the Abitur such as:

  • ‘Leistungskurs’
  • ‘Profilfach’
  • ‘Neigungsfach’
  • ‘Kernfach’
German BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 4 (5 punkte)
  • 4 (6 punkte)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2 (10 punkte)
  • 3 (9 punkte)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Exam certificate Abiturzeugnis AND
  • Exam results for exams (finals) and half-year results for the final 2 years

Calculating the GPA:
The German GPA (Durchschnittsnote) given on the Abiturzeugnis is converted to the Danish grading scale. This conversion table can be found here (Tyskland; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Zeugnis der Fachgebundenen Hochschulreife
  • Zeugnis der Fachhochschulreife

If you have the above (or all other than Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife (Abiturzeugnis)), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Greece

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Apolitírio Enaíou Lykeíou / Apolytirion Geniko Lykeiou

  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory course in English with a min. total of 210 hours fulfils the requirement - you need documentation (Verification From at the top of the page)


  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • As of 2000: min 9.5
  • Prior to 2000: min. 10.0
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • As of 2000: min 12.8
  • Prior to 2000: min. 13.6
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Apolitírio Enaíou Lykeíou / Apolytirion Geniko Lykeiou AND
  • Vevaiosi Prosvasis
  • Verification Form

Calculating the GPA:
The mean of the GPA on the Apolitírio Enaíou Lykeíou and the GPA on the Vevaiosi Prosvasis is converted to the Danish grading scale. This conversion table can be found here (Grækenland; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Apolitírio Enaíou Lykeíou / Apolytirion Geniko Lykeiou without Vevaiosi Prosvasis
  • Pthychíon Techniká kai epagelmatiká ekpedeftíria (TEE)
  • Apolitirio Epangelmatiko Lykio

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Hungary
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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Erettsegi vizsga / Matura

  • English A
  • English B
  • English as a first foreign language
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2
     
  • 4
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Gimnaziumi erettsegi bizonyitvany AND
  • Gimnaziumi bizonyitvany

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the grades on the exam certificate (gimnazium erettsegi bizonyitvany / Matura) is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The GPA of all the grades for the final year given on the gimnaziumi bizonyitvany is calculated, rounded to one decimal point.

The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Ungarn; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Szakközepiskola erettsegi bizonyitvany
  • Szakközepiskola erettsegi-kepesito bizonyitvany
  • Technikus Erettsegi-Kepesito Bizonyitvany

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Iceland

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Stúdentspróf

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Danish A

Reform 2008:
Min. 20 fein (Min. 0 Fein på Þrep 3 eller højere)

Reform 1999:
Min. 18 einingar i Dansk

  • English A

Reform 2008:
Min. 25 fein (Min. 15 Fein on Þrep 3 or higher)

Reform 1999:
Min. 18 einingar

  • ENS 103+203+303+403+503+603

*If you don't have the above combination please upload a course description.

 

  • English B

Reform 2008:
Min. 15 fein (Min. 10 Fein on Þrep 3 or higher)

Reform 1999:
Min. 15 einingar

  • ENS 103+203+303+403+503

*If you don't have the above combination please upload a course description.

  • Maths A

Reform 2008:
Min. 30 fein (Min.15 Fein on Þrep 3 or higher)

Reform 1999:
15-21 einingar depending on the combination:

  • STÆ 103-203-303-403-523
  • STÆ 103-203-303-403-513
  • STÆ 103-203-303-313-413-363-463
  • STÆ 103-263- 313-413- 363-463
  • STÆ 103-203-303-403-503

*If you don't have one of the above combinations please upload a course description.

  • Maths B

Reform 2008:
Min. 20 fein (Min. 5 Fein on Þrep 3 or higher)

Reform 1999:
9-15 einingar depending on the combination:

  • STÆ 103‐203‐303‐403
  • STÆ 103‐203‐303‐313‐403
  • STÆ 103‐263‐363‐463
  • STÆ102‐203‐363-463
  • STÆ 103‐203‐303‐363‐463
  • STÆ 103‐203‐303‐313-413
  • STÆ 103‐ 263‐313‐413
  • STÆ 103‐203‐303‐363
  • STÆ 103‐263‐363
  • STÆ 103‐203‐363

*If you don't have one of the above combinations please upload a course description.

  • Social Studies B
Reform 2008:
  • History min. 12 fein (Min. 10 Fein on Þrep 2 or higher)
  • Social studies min. 15 fein (Min.10 Fein on Þrep 2 or higher)

Reform 1999:
  • Min. 6 einingar in History and/or Social Studies
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
Reform 2008: 
Beginners level A: Min. 25 fein (Min. 10 Fein on Þrep 2 or higher)

Reform 1999:
  • Min. 15 einingar in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 5 (modulebase)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 7 (modulebase)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Stúdentspróf (the diploma must include all course codes)

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA given on the Stúdentspróf is converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

If no GPA is given on the Stúdentspróf, a simple GPA of all the grades on the certificate is calculated (with the exception of credit transferred courses, pass/fail courses without a grade and Skólasókn).

The Icelandic GPA is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Island; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Stúdentspróf of starfsnámsbrautum
  • Frumgreinadeild
  • Raungreinadeilddarpróf
  • Háskolebrú

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Ireland
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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Leaving Certificate (Established)

(Minimum 6 subjects passed of which at least 2 must be with minimum C3 / H5 at Higher Level. The rest must be passed with at least D3 / O6 / H7)

  • English A
  • English B
  • Maths B
  • Ordinary level Mathematics
  • Social Studies B
  • History at Ordinary level
  • Economics at Ordinary level
  • Economic History at Ordinary level
  • Classical Studies at Ordinary level
  • Business at Ordinary level
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • D3
  • O7
  • H7
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • C2
  • O5
  • H5
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • The Leaving Certificate (Established)

Calculating the GPA:
All the grades on the Irish Leaving Certificate are numerically converted to the Danish grading scale (see below). A simple GPA of these grades is then calculated.

The conversion table between the Irish grades and the Danish grading scale can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Leaving Certificate Vocational Programme (LCVP)
  • FETAC level 5 Certificates
  • FETAC level 6 Advanced Certificates

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Italy
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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Liceo (Classico/Scientifico/Linguistico/Artistico/Scienza Umane/Musicale e Coreutico)

  • English A
  • English B
  • Scientifico: The obligatory 1. Foreign Language if in English
  • Linguistico: The obligatory 1., 2. or 3. Foreign Language if in English
  • Artistico: The obligatory 1. Foreign Language in English
  • Scienze Umane: The obligatory 1. or 2. Foreign Language if in English
  • Musicale e Coreutico: The obligatory 1. Foreign language if in English
  • Maths B

For exams completed in 2015 and later:

  • Scientifico: The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfills the requirement
  • Scienza Umane (ONLY opzione Economico-Sociale): The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfills the requirement

For exams completed in 2014 and earlier:

  • Classico (ordinary or ‘Brocca’): The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Scientifico (ordinary or ‘Brocca’): The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Linguistico (ordinary or ‘Brocca’): The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6 (0-10 scale)
  • 36-38 (0-60 scale)
  • 60 - 63 (0-100 scale)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 8 (0-10 scale
  • 45-52 (0-60 scale)
  • 74-85 (0-100 scale)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diploma di Esame di Liceo (Classico/Scientifico/Linguistico/Artistico/Scienza Umane/Musicale e Coreutico) AND
  • Scrutinio di quinta superior

Calculating the GPA:
The final sum given on the certificate votazione complessiva is converted to the Danish grading scale. The conversion table between the Italian and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Italien; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Istituto Tecnico
  • Istituto Professionale

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Latvia
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Atestäts par vispārējo vidëjo izglïtïbu

  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory course in English (first foreign language) fulfils the requirement
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory courses in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4

 

  • 6
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Atestâts par vispârējo vidējo izglîtîbu AND
  • Pielikums atestâtam par vispârējo vidējo izglîtîbu AND
  • Vispârêjâs vidējâs izglîtîbas sertifikâts
  • Izglîtîbas satura un eksaminâcijas centra sertifikâts (only if there is a State exam in one or more subjects)

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the grades on the exam certificate Visparejas Videjas Izglîtîbas Sertifikâts is calculated. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The GPA of all the grades on the certificate Pielikums atestâstam is calculated. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The mean of these two, converted, GPAs is then calculated.

The conversion table between the Latvian grading scales and the Danish grading scale can be found here (Letland; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Diploms par profesionālo vidējo izglītību
  • Iegūstot vispārējo vidējo izglītību

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Liechtenstein
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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Maturazeugnis

  • English A
  • English B
  • A minimum of 210 full teaching hours with an exam passed at upper secondary school level or above. The curriculum must contain the following topics:
    • Understanding, conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation
    •  have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

      You must upload documentation of the above to your application at Optagelse.dk (the verification form at the top of this page).
  • Maths B
  • A minimum of 250 full teaching hours (of 60 minutes per hour) with an exam passed at upper secondary school level or above. The curriculum must contain the following topics:
    • Statistics and probability theory
    • Functions and equations
    • Circular functions and trigonometry
    • Matrices
    • Vectors
    • Calculus
    • Algebra
    • Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

    You must upload documentation of the above to your application at Optagelse.dk (the verification form at the top of this page).
  • Social Studies B
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA /F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • German BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 4
     
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 5
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Maturazeugnis

Calculating the GPA:

The GPA is calculated using the final grades on the Maturazeugnis. This figure is then converted to the Danish grading scale. The conversion table between the Liechtenstein and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Liechtenstein; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Berufsmaturitätzeugnis
  • Fachhochschulreifezeugnis

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Lithuania
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Brandos Atestatas

  • English A
  • English B
  • English (1. foreign language) as bendrasis kursas (basic level)
  • English (1. & 2. foreign language) as isplestinis kursas (high level)
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4

 

  • 6
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Brandos Atestatas AND
  • Brandos Atestatas Priedas

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the final school grades (excluding Dorinis ugdymas) on the exam certificate Brandos Atestato Priedas is calculated.This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The GPA of all the state exam grades on the certificate Brandos Atestato Priedas is calculated. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The mean of these two, converted, GPAs is then calculated.

The conversion table between the Lithuanian grading scales and the Danish grading scale can be found here (Litauen; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).


Other exam certificates
If you do not have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Luxembourg
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

L'examen de fin d'études secondaires

  • English A
  • English B
  • A minimum of 210 full teaching hours with an exam passed at upper secondary school level or above. The curriculum must contain the following topics: 

    • Understanding, conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation
    •  have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

      You must upload documentation of the above to your application at Optagelse.dk.
  • Maths B

Final Maths exam passed as part of:

  • Section B Mathématiques et informatique Section C Sciences naturelles et mathématiques
  • Section D Sciences économiques et mathématiques
  • For other Sections (A, E, F, G): No exam fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • French BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 30 - 39
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 40-48
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diplôme AND
  • Certificat de notes

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA is calculated using the final grades on the Certificat de notes. This figure is then converted to the Danish grading scale.

The conversion table between the Luxembourg and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Luxembourg; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Diplôme / Certificat de Fin d’Etudes Secondaires Techniques

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Malta
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Matriculation Certificate

  • English A
  • English B
  • I level English 
  • Maths B
  • A level
  • Social Studies B
  • I level History
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • A level in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • E
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • C
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Matriculation Certificate and Advanced Level Certificate og Intermediate Level Certificate.

Calculating the GPA:
The individual grades for the A level and I level courses are numerically converted according to the relevant points table (see below). The total sum of points is then converted to the Danish grading scale.

The A level and I level points tables and the conversion table between the Maltese and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

If you have any other exam certificate than Matriculation Certificate, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1

Moldova
As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system when from Moldova, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 - here.

In the following table of comparisons you can see how to fulfil the requirements and what kind of documentation we need to assess.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirements for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT EQUIVALENT
Upper Secondary Leaving Exam Diploma de Bacalaureat
  • English A
  • English B
 
  • Theoretical line: Humanities; Specialisation : Filologie English fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical line: Humanities; Social Studies English fulfils the entry requirement
  • Maths B
  • Theoretical line: Science; Specialisation: Mathematics/Informatics fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical Line: Science; Specialisation: Natural Sciences fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical line: Science; Specialisation: Social Studies fulfils the entry requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement

Only for BSc In Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia

  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
Documents required to assess the above Diploma de Bacalaureat AND Documentation for the grades given during the last year of your bacalaureat
The Netherlands
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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

  • VWO
  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory course in English fulfils the requirement
  • Maths B
  • Mat D
  • Mat C
  • Mat B
  • Mat A
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in Social Studies fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 7
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Voorbereidend Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs Diploma AND
  • Cijferlist

Calculating the GPA:
A GPA is calculated of all the individual grades (eindcijfers) given in the Cijferlist document. The GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale.

The conversion table between the Dutch and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Holland (Nederlanderne); -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Hoger Algemeen Voortgezet Onderwijs (HAVO) + Propaedeutische Diplom / Verklaring

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

North Macedonia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need:

  •  Diploma za polozen zavrsen ispit/Diplome per dhenien e provimit te pjekurise
  • Svidetelstvo za zavrseno sredno obrazovanie.

Check if your qualifications is sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentaiton required:

Diploma and course-  and  grade transcript of the last 4 years and diploma za polozena drzavna matura (Државна матура)/matura shtetërore).

You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Norway
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Vitnemål Videregående Opplæring

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Danish A
  • Norsk all 3 years
  • English A             
  • Engelsk Vg1 + Vg2 + Vg3 (SPR3010 & SPR3011)
  • Engelsk Vg1 + Vg2 + Vg3 (SPR3012 & SPR3013)
  • English B with a Danish grade level of at least 6.0 (see below) AND one of the accepted language tests
  • English B
  • Engelsk min. 8 hours weekly, allmenfaglig retning
  • Engelsk VG1 + VG2 International English (SPR3008 & SPR3009)
  • Maths A
  • Vg1T + X
  • Vg1T + R1 + R2
  • Maths B
  • Vg1T + Vg2T
  • Vg1T + X
  • Vg1T + R1
  • Vg1P + R1
  • Vg1T + S1 + S2
  • Vg1P + S1 + S2
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory courses in History and Social Studies fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Level III in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2

 

  • 4
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Vitnemål Videregående Opplæring

Calculating the GPA:
The Norwegian GPA given on the exam certificate, this is converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

If the Norwegian GPA is not shown on the Vitnemål, it is calculated using all of the grades shown on the certificate and rounded to one decimal point. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale.

The conversion table between the Norwegian and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Norge; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Fagbrev/svennebrev or vitnemål for yrkesuddannelse & studiekompetansefagene
  • Teknisk fagskole (if in accordance with the general study competence requirements in Norway

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Poland
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Świadectwo Dojrzałości/Matura from Liceum Ogólnoksztalcace

  • English A
  • English B
  • English as first foreign language with a min. of 210 hours (not classes) - you need documentation (Verification From at the top of the page)
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory courses in History and Social Studies fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 30 – 35 (0 – 100 scale)
  • 2 (1 – 6 scale)
  • 3 (2 – 5 scale)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 50 - 69 (0 – 100 scale)
  • 4 (1 – 6 scale)
  • 4 (2 – 5 scale)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Świadectwo Dojrzałości AND
  • Świadectwo Ukończenia Liceum Ogólnokształcącego 
  • Verification Form

Calculating the GPA:
A GPA of all the grades on the Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci is calculated and rounded to a whole number. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

A GPA of all the grades (with the exception of the grades for zachowanie and przysposobienie obronne) on the Swiadectwo Ukonczenia Liceum Ogólnoksztalcacego is then calculated and rounded to one decimal point. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The mean of these two, converted, GPAs is then calculated to give the final GPA.

The conversion tables between the different Polish grading scales and the Danish grading scale can be found here (Polen; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci / Matura & Swiadectwo Ukonczenia from Liceum techniczne
  • Swiadectwo Dojrzalosci (Liceum Zawodowe)
  • Świadectwo Ukończenia Technikum
  • Dyplom ukończenia Szkoly Artystycznej

If you have the above you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Portugal
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

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REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

  • Certificado/Diploma de Fim de Estudos Secundários
  • Certificado/Diploma de Ensino Secundário
  • Certificado de Habilitações do Ensino Secundário
  • Certificado/Diploma de Ensino Secundário Recorrente
  • English A
  • English B
  • Cursos gerais do ensino secundário - Humanidades: 1. Foreign Language in English
  • Cursos científico-humanísticos: The obligatory 1. Foreign Language in English or English as Opçoes C og D.

  • Maths B
  • Maths as a 2 year course (Opçoes C and D)
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in:
  • Philosophy
  • History
  • Sociology
  • Economics
  • Political Sciences
  • History of Culture and Art  
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • The respective language as a 2 year course (Opçoes C and D)
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 10
  • 14
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Exam certificate AND
  • Documentation from school confirming level of subject/total number of classes in the subject for specific entry requirements

Calculating the GPA:
The Portuguese GPA is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table found here (Portugal; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Certificado / Diploma de Fim de Estudos Secundários from Cursos técnologicos
  • Diploma de Ensino Secundário from Cursos técnologicos
  • Certidão de Habilitações from Cursos tecnológicos
  • Diploma de estudos secundários from Cursos profissionais
  • Certificado de Fim de Estudos Secundários from Cursos profissionais

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Romania
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Diploma de Bacalaureat / Liceu teoretic

  • English A
  • English B
  • Theoretical line: Humanities; Specialisation: Filologie English fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical line: Humanities; Social Studies English fulfils the entry requirement
  • Maths B
  • Theoretical line: Science; Specialisation: Mathematics/Informatics fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical Line: Science; Specialisation: Natural Sciences fulfils the entry requirement
  • Theoretical line: Specialisation; Social Studies fulfils the entry requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • Min. 5 

 

  • Min. 6,6
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diploma de bacalaureat AND
  • Foaie matricola

Calculating the GPA:
Method A: The mean of the GPA given on the media generala a anilor de studii and the GPA given on the media generala la bacalaureat is calculated and rounded to one decimal point. This final GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

Method B: The GPA given on the diploma de bacalaureat is rounded to one decimal point. The GPA of all the grades given for the final year of studies on the foaia matricola calculated (if not already given) and rounded to one decimal point. The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The conversion table between the Romanian and Danish grading scales can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Diploma de bacalaureat / Liceu de Specialitate (technologic or vocational)

If you have the certificate listed above, you will be assessed as a dispensee in Quota 2. A dispensee must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified dispensees is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.'

Russia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need:

  • Attestat o Srednem Obrazovanii
  • Attestat o Srednem (Polnom) Obshchem Obrazovanii
  • Attestat o Srednem Obshchem Obrazovanii

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education. The above cannot stand alone.

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required:

Attestat o Srednem Obshchem Obrazovanii

You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Scotland
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Scottish Higher level and Advanced Higher Level
(Minimum 5 subjects passed with minimum D. Subjects must include Maths and English).

  • English A
  • English B
  • Maths B
  • Higher level Mathematics fulfils the entry requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • Higher level Social Studies or History fulfils the entry requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Advanced Higher in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • C
  • 6
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • B
  • 4
 
  • Documents required to assess the above

 

 

 

SQC (Scottish Qualification Certificate) containing:
  • Summary of Attainment
  • Detail Record of Attainment
  • Profiles

Calculating the GPA:
All the grades are numerically converted to the Danish grading system (see below). A GPA is then calculated based on these grades.

The conversion table between the Scottish and the Danish grading scales can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

If you have the above (all other than Scottish Higher level and Advanced Higher Level), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Serbia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Diploma o polozenom maturskom ispitu + Diploma o stecenom srednjem obrazovanju /Diploma o polozenom zavrsnom ispitu (Afslutningsprøve) /Diploma o stecenom srednjem obrazovanju (Diploma per arsimin e mesem te fituar /Oklevel a befejezett közepfoku oktatasrol) (Serbien) or Diploma o stecenom pozivnousmerenom obrazovanju i vaspitanju srednjeg stupnja (Vojvodina).
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Slovakia
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Vysvedčenie o Maturitnej skúške / Maturitná skúška / Maturita z gymnázia

  • English A
  • English B
  • 1. Foreign Language in English with a minimum of 210 taught hours 
  • Maths B
  • Minimum 350 lessons in Maths over the 3 years
  • Social Studies B
  • Minimum total sum of 210 lessons (in History and / or Social Studies) as shown on Supplement to Certificate of Education
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 4
  • 2
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • School-Leaving Exam Certificate – Vysvedcenie o maturitnej skúske AND
  • Supplement to Certificate of School-Leaving Examination AND
  • Grade transcripts for years 10, 11 and 12

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the grades for the final semester of the Vysvedčeni is calculated and rounded to one decimal point.

This GPA is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Vysvedčení o Maturitnej skúške / Maturitná skúška / Maturita zo Srednej odbornej školy
  • Maturitná skúška z Konzervatória
  • Maturitní skúška zo Stredného odborného učilištá

If you have one of the above listed exams, you will be assessed as a dispensee in Quota 2. A dispensee must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified dispensees is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Slovenia
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Spricevalo o splosni maturi and Maturitetno sprièevalo (Matura)

  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory course in English as first foreign language fulfils the requirement if passed the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year.

  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement if passed the 2nd, 3rd and 4th year. 
  •  Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2

 

  • 7
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Spricevalo o splosni maturi / Maturitetno sprièevalo AND
  • Obvestilo o uspehu pri  splosnui mature AND
  • Letno spricevalo for the 4th year

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA of all the grades on the state exam Obvestilo o uspehu pri splošni mature is calculated.

The GPA of all the grades for the final school year on the Letno spričevalo is calculated.

The mean of these two GPAs is then calculated and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Slovenien; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).
 

Other exam certificates

  • Spricevalo o poklicna matura

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Spain
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Título de Bachiller / Bachillerato (Baccalaureate)

  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory 1. Foreign Language in English 
  • Maths B
  • Ciencias de la Naturaleza y de la Salud - Mathematics I & II
  • Humanidadas y Ciencias Sociales – Mathematics
  • Technología – Mathematics I & II
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • 1st foreign language as the respective language
  • Spanish A

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 5
  • 7
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Título de Bachiller / Bachillerato exam certificate

Calculating the GPA:
The GPA given on the Bachiller Diploma is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Spanien; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Prueba de Acceso a la Universidad para Mayores de 25 años

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Sweden
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Slutbetyg från Gymnasieskolan

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Dansk A
  • Svensk min. kurs B (before 2014)
  • Svensk automatically fulfilled (from 2014)
  • English A
  • English B
  • Engelska min. Kurs C (before 2014)
  • Engelska steg 7 (ENGENG07) (after 2014)
  • Maths A
Before the 2014 reform (one of the following):
  • Matematik kurs E (MA205)
 
As of the 2014 reform (one of the following):
  • Matematik MATMAT04
  • Matematik MATMAT05
  • Matematik E (MA1205)
  • Maths B
Before the 2014 reform (one of the following):
  • Matematik kurs C (MA203)
  • Matematik kurs D (MA204)
 
As of the 2014 reform (one of the following):
  • Matematik MATMAT03 (either profile 'a', 'b' or 'c')
  • Matematik C (MA1203)
  • Matematik D (MA1204)
  • Mat Bredning (MA1206)
  • Mat Diskret (MA1207)
  • Social Studies B

You must have passed min. 200 Gymnasiepoäng in Historia or Samhällkundskab, or with at mix of both. We accept the following (but other combinations can be used as well):

Before the 2014 reform (one of the following):

  • Historia B (HI1202)
  • Samhällskunskab B (SH1202)
  • Historia A (HI1201)+ Samhällskunskab A (SH1201)
     
As of the 2014 reform (one of the following):
  • Samhällskunskab 2 (SAMSAM02)
  • Historia 2 (HISHIS02)
  • Historia 1b (HISHIS01b) + Historia 2a (HISHIS02a)
  • Historia 1b (HISHIS01b) + Samhällskundskab 1b (SAMSAM01b)
  • Historia 1a1 (HISHIS01a1) + Samhällskundskab 1b (SAMSAM01b)
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
One of the following as a minimum:
  • Steg 4
  • Steg 5
  • Steg 6
  • Steg 7
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • E (A to F scale)
  • 10 / G (Prior to the latest reform)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • C (A to F scale)
  • 15 / VG (Prior to the latest reform)
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Högskoleförberedende examen bevis or Slutbetyg
     

 Calculating the GPA:
The individual grades are numerically converted using the table found in the link below and multiplied by the number of points.

The total sum of these will result in a 5 digit number. This number is divided by the total number of points for the whole education, programmets omfatning, and converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (Sverige; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Gymnasieexamen from yrkesförberedande program med grundläggande behörighet
  • Slutbetyg från Komvux – if not simimlar in content to the general Eksamensbevis for Högskoleforberedende Eksamen, Gymnasieskolen
  • Intyg för behörighet til högskolestudier (grundläggande / särskild behörighet) / Folkhögskolan

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. Where relevant, please include an overview of the teaching hours in a particular subject and curriculum.

Selection of qualified applicants in the group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Switzerland
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Maturitätszeugnis/Certificat de Maturité/Attestato di Maturitá

  • English A
  • English B
  • English as a foreign language with a min. of 210 teaching hours (not classes) - you need documentation (Verification From at the top of the page)
  • Maths B
  • Documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics and have passed a final exam AND curriculm/content
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History or Social Studies fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Documentation of minimum total sum of 14 weekly lessons over final 3 years of the Maturitätszeugnis / Certificat de Maturité / Attestato di Maturitá
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
 
  • You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically with either Maturitätszeugnis / Certificat de Maturité / Attestato di Maturitá
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • (1 – 6 scale): Minimum 5 (if a subject has two grades then the mean must be minimum 5)
  • (1 – 10 scale): 6
  • (5 – 1 scale): 3
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • (1 – 6 scale): Minimum 4 (if a subject has two grades then the mean must be minimum 4)
  • (1 – 10 scale): 8
  • (5 – 1 scale): 2
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Maturitätszeugnis/Certificat de Maturité/Attestato di Maturitá AND
  • School documentation (Verification Form) showing total sum of weekly classes for each subject during the final 3 years

Calculating the GPA:
A GPA of the grades given on the Matura is calculated. This GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale using the relevant table according to which Swiss grading scale has been used.

The conversion tables between the Swiss grading scales and the Danish grading can be found here (Schweiz; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Eidgenössisches Berufsmaturitätszeugnis
  • Certificat fedéral de maturité professionelle
  • Attestato federale di maturità professionale

If you have the above (or all other than Maturitätszeugnis/Certificat de Maturité/Attestato di Maturitá), you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Turkey

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need:

  •  Lise Diplomasi (4+4+4 years, from circa 2015) 
  •  Lise Diplomasi (8+4 years, completed in 2009 and forward).

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required: 

Lise Diplomasi, documentation for courses and grade transcripts. If passed supplementary courses, enlcose this as well. 

You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

UK: GCSE, AS- and A-levels

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

  • GCSE, AS- and A-levels (minimum total of 9 subjects – made up of least 6 different subjects including a combination equivalent of 3 A-levels (it needs to include at least 1 A-level, but can be made up of a combination where 2 AS-levels equates to 1 A-level).
  • Applicants with AS- and A-levels only (where the GCSE equivalent was taken in another education system): a minimum of 2 subjects at AS-level and 3 subjects at A-level (altogether 5 different subjects). One of the AS-levels can be replaced with the ’Extended Project’ level 3
  • English A
  • A-level English language
  • A-level English Literature
  • GSCE English AND A-levels documentation for secondary school taken in the U.K.
  • English B
  • Automatically fulfilled
  • Maths B
  • AS-level Maths
  • Social Studies B
  • History at GCSE level
  • Sociology at GCSE level
  • Economics at GCSE level
  • Business Studies at GCSE level
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • A level in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • GCSE: G or 1
  • AS- / A-levels: E                                     
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • GCSE up until 2018: D or 4
  • GCSE from 2019: C (C* required for Northern Ireland) or 4  
  • AS- / A-levels: C 
  • Documents required to assess the
  • above
  • All final GCSE certificate(s), AS-level certificate(s) and A-level certificate(s) NBWe cannot use predicted grades or the Candidate Statement of Provisional Results as final documentation. If you have misplaced your GCSE or A-level certificates, you can order a Certified Statement of Results from the relevant exam board. For further information, please see here.

Calculating the GPA:
All GCSE, AS- and A-level results are converted to a number on the Danish grading system (which goes up to 12). Any AS-level exams also taken at A-level are removed from the equation. The numbers are weighted (GCSE = 1; AS-level = 1.5 and A-level = 2) For example, A* at GCSE = 12 weighted once whereas A* at A-level = 12 weighted twice (so 24 divided by 2 when calculating the average) and we then calculate the (weighted) average.

The numerical conversion of the grades and an example of the above can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Cambridge Pre-U
  • BTEC – National Certificate / National Diploma
  • Access to Higher Education (HE) Diploma

If you have the above, you will be assessed as a dispensee in Quota 2. A dispensee must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified dispensees is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

Ukraine
Are you an Ukrainian citizen fleeing the conflict in Ukraine? Read more about the special conditions to apply for a bachelor programme with study start September 2022 here.

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

 

  • You need a Svidotstvo pro zdobuttia povnoi zagalnoi serednoi osvity or an Atestat pro povnu zagal’nu srednju osvitu, plus 1 year of further education at university level to fulfil the general entry requirement.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

 
 

Africa

You will likely need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.  

Cameroun

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Diplôme de Bachelier de l’Enseignement du Second Degré or Baccalauréat de l'Enseignement Secondaire. The final exam must be passed with a GPA of at least 10.

Documentation required: Diplôme de Bachelier de l’Enseignement du Second Degré/Baccalauréat de l'Enseignement Secondaire or Attestation de Réussite, as well as Relevé des Notes. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below)

  • Cameroon GCE Ordinary Level Examinations (at least 4 subjects passed) & Cameroon GCE Advanced Level Examinations (at least 3 subjects passed). Mathematics and English must be included among the subjects. The individual O level subjects have to passed with a minimum grade of G and the individual A level subjects need to be passed with a minimum grade of E.

Documentation required: General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) & General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) & Result Slips. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below)

  • Brevet de Technicien / Diplôme de Bachelier de Technicien. The final exam must be passed with a GPA of at least 10. It must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to a minimum 60 ECTS-points. 

Documentation required: Diplôme de Technicien/Brevet de Technicien or Attestation de Réussite, as well as your Relevé des Notes and 1 year of further education equating to a minimum 60 ECTS-points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below)

  • Cameroon GCE Ordinary Level Examinations (at least 4 subjects passed) & Cameroon GCE Advanced Level Examinations (at least 2 subjects passed). Mathematics and English must be included among the subjects - The individual O level subjects have to passed with a minimum grade of G and the individual A level subjects need to be passed with a minimum grade of E. It must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to a minimum 60 ECTS-points.

Documentation required: General Certificate of Education (Ordinary Level) & General Certificate of Education (Advanced Level) & Result Slips, as well as documentation of 1 year of further education equating to a minimum 60 ECTS-points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below)

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation ((Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Egypt

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need

  • Thanaweya A’ama (General Secondary School Certificate) or Secondary Certificate/Al-Azhar Institute.

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to a minimum of 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: General Secondary School Certificate & transcripts for the last two years of your upper secondary education and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Ethiopia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Ethiopian School Leaving Certificate Examination (ESLCE) (up until 2002). The final exam must be passed with a GPA of at least C in mathematics and English and three other subjects have to be passed with 2,0 out of 4,0 (if the scale is A-F you need to have passed 50% with at least a C).

Documentation required: Ethiopian School Leaving Certificate if you have more than one certificate, we need all of your certificates and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

  • Ethiopian Higher Education Entrance Examination (EHEEE) (from 2003 until 2010). Depending on the year you have graduated there are various requirements you can find more information here: Link (in Danish only).

Documentation required: Ethiopien Higher Education Entrance Examination (if you have more than one certificate, we need all of your certificates) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

  • University Entrance Examination Certificate (UEEC) (from 2011 until 2020). You need to have taken 7 subjects including English and mathematics and the exam passed with a minimum of 250 out of 700. 

Documentation required: University Entrance Examination Certificate if you have more than one certificate, we need all of your certificates) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

  • Secondary School Leaving Examination (SSLE) (from 2021 and further on) 

Documentation required: All relevant certificates including the examination certificate(s) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

All above educations must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Gambia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) showing at least 5 subjects passed with C6 or better (English must be compulsory). This must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS – it cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: WASSCE certificate and all school transcripts and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS

  • General Certificate of Education (O level)/School Certificate + General Certificate of Education (A level)/High School Certificate showing at least 9 subjects passed, including at least 6 different subjects and 3 A-levels (at least one grade D).

Documentation required: Certificates and grade transcripts for School Certificate (O-level) & West African Examinations Council (Advanced Level).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Ghana

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (SSSCE)/West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE). The exam must be passed with a minimum of 24 (with equals a D as GPA) or of the scale is from A1 to F9 you need to have passed with at least grade of E8 30. This must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

Documentation required: Result slip (Statement of Result) and Certificate for SSSCE-exam either Senior Secondary School Certificate (by WAEC) or West African Senior School Certificate Examination (by WAEC) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points.

  • West African School Certificate (WASC/O level) & West African Higher School Certificate Examination (WAHSC/A level) showing at least 9 subjects passed, including at least 6 different O-lvel subjects and 3 A-level subjects (at least one grade D). Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

Documentation required: Certificate for WASC and WAHSC. Please send your certificates directly from the West African Examinations Council. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Kenya

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) -  you need t - it must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. 

Documentation required: Exam certificate (please note we do not accept any Result Slip) and you must have at least 7 subjects and passed all exams with a minimum of C+, C- and D+. You also need to document 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Morocco

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Baccalauréat / Baccalauréat de l'Enseignement Secondaire (général). The baccaleuréat must have been passed with a minimum GPA of 10.
  • Baccalauréat / Baccalauréat de l'Enseignement Secondaire (technique and professionnel). The baccaleuréat must have been passed with a minimum GPA of 10.

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: Exam certificate and relevé des notes obtenues à l’examen du Baccalauréat and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Nigeria

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Senior School Certificate (SSC)/West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) (fra 1989-). A minimum of 6 subjects are required including English and mathematics. All subjects must be passed with a minimum grade of E8.

Documentation required: Exam certificate and grade transcripts, as well as Statement of Results from either West African Examinations Council (WAEC) or National Examination Council (NECO) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below). 

  • National Technical Certificate (NTC)/National Business Certificate (NBC). A minimum of 6 subjects are required and need to include English and mathematics. All subjects must be passed.

Documentation required: Exam certificate and grade transcripts from the exam authorities and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below). 

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

  • National Diploma/Ordinary National Diploma (Admission only to same study field as in Nigeria). All subjects have to be passed e.g., with a minimum of Upper Credit level or 1.00 to 2.49.

Documentation required: Exam certificate and grade transcripts from the exam authorities. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below). 

  • Nigerian Certificate of Education. All subjects must be passed with a minimum grade of Credit or Merit (which is A, B or C).

Documentation required: Exam certificate and grade transcripts from the exam authorities. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below). 

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
South Africa

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) (from 2008) which indicates that the minimum requirements for admission to bachelor programmes are met.

Documentation required: National Senior Certificate (NSC). Grade transcripts for the last 3 years. Verification Form at the top of the page (for the specific entry requirements).

  • Senior certificate (until 2014) with at least 4 passed Higher Grade Subjects that includes an endorsement.

Documentation required: Senior certificate that includes an endorsement. Verification Form at the top of the page (for the specific entry requirements).

  • National Senior Certificate (NSC) (from 2008) which indicates that the minimum requirements for admission to diploma and/or higher certificate programmes are met. This must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS.

Documentation required: National Senior Certificate (NSC). Grade transcripts for the last 3 years and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS. Verification Form at the top of the page (for the specific entry requirements).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

 IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil English B: If you have a South African National Senior Certificate/Senior Certificate, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full National Senior Certificate/Senior Certificate has been completed in South Africa. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • If you have a South African National Senior Certificate/Senior Certificate, you automatically fulfil the English B & A requirement, provided that the full National Senior Certificate/Senior Certificate has been completed in South Africa. If part or all of the above has been done in a non-English-speaking country, the English A requirement is not automatically fulfilled and you will need to contact Bachelor Admission.

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma and other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Tunisia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Baccalauréat de l'enseignement secondaire. The combined exam results must be passed with a minimum GPA of 10.
  • Baccalauréat de l'enseignement professionnel (Bac Pro) (from 2008 and forward). The combined exam results must be passed with a minimum GPA of 10.

Documentation required: Diplôme du Baccalauréat or Attestation, as well as Relevé de notes. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

 

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Uganda

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • 6 subjects in Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) + 3 subjects (principal subjects) & General Paper in Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) (English and Mathematics compulsory). You need to have passed the UCE subjects with a minimum grade of 8 and UACE subjects with a minimum grade of E.

Documentation required: Exam certificate or Letter of Verification of Results. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Ordinary Diploma (Admission only to same study field as in Uganda). All subjects must be passed with a minimum grade of Pass (P).

Documentation required: Exam certificate and all of your grade transcripts for the complete duration of the education. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • National Diploma (Admission only to same study field as in Uganda). All subjects must be passed with a minimum grade of Pass (P).

Documentation required: Exam certificate and all of your grade transcripts for the complete duration of the education. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • 6 subjects in Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) + 2 subjects (principal subjects) + General Paper in Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) (English and Mathematics compulsory). You need to have passed the UCE subjects with a minimum grade of 8 and UACE subjects with a minimum grade of E.

This must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: Exam certificate or Letter of Verification of Results and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below). 

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.
    • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
 

Asia

You will likely need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.

Afghanistan

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need Grade 12 Graduation Examination/Baccaluria (12 years in total) or Vocational grade 12 Graduation Examination/Baccaluria (12 years in total) + 1 year of higher education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • Documentation required: Grade 12 Graduation Examination/Baccaluria (12 years in total) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Bangladesh

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need Higher Secondary School Certificate + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • Documents required to assess your application: Certificate, result card, mark certificate and mark sheet. You might be asked to provide your Secondary school certificate and result card, mark certificate and mark sheet. You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

 

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
China

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Certificate of Graduation from Upper Middle School (gaozhong biyezhengshu or gaojizhongxue) & gaokao.

The above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: Certificate of graduation, grade transcripts of all 3 years of your upper secondary education, & gaokao & 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
India

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need: 

  • All India Senior School Certificate (AISSC)/All India and Delhi Senior School Certificate, exam taken at Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) or
  • Indian School Certificate Examination (ISC), exam taken at Council for the Indian School Certificate (CISCE) or Higher Secondary Certificate

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required:

Certificate and grade transcript for all year including exam results. You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Israel

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Te'udat Bagrut - תעודת בגרות.

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required:

Bagrut Certificate. You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Japan

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho (academic) or Kotogakko Sotsugyo Shomeisho (vocational).

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required:

Exam certificate/ final diploma. You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Lebanon

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • General Secondary Certificate/Baccalauréat Libanais / Baccalauréat Libanais II. 

Documentation required: Baccalauréat including all grade transcripts from this education and your national exam passed with a minimum grade of 10 (without the national exam you are not eligible to apply) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Baccalauréat Technique

Documentation required: Baccalauréat including all grade transcripts from this education and your national exam passed with a minimum grade of 10 (without the national exam you are not eligible to apply) and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone.

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Nepal

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need School Leaving Certificate Examinations (Grade XI and XII) (from 2018) / Higher Secondary Certificate (until 2017) or Proficiency Certificate + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

Documentation required:

School Leaving Certificate Examination (Grade XI and XII): Academic Transcript and Certificate/Migration Certificate issued by National Examinations Board.

Higher Secondary Certificate (12 år): Academic Transcript, Mark Sheet and Migration Certificate and Provisional Certificate/Certificate. These documents are issued by Higher Secondary Education Board up until 2015 and by National Examinations Board in 2016 + 2017.

Proficiency Certificate: Proficiency Certificate

You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

 

Pakistan

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need:

  • Higher Secondary School Certificate (HSSC)/Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC)/Intermediate Examination/Intermediate
  • Diploma of Faculty of Arts/Science (FA/FSc)
  • Certificate/Diploma in Commerce/Intermediate in Commerce

All above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required:

Result Card, Mark Certificate, Mark Sheet.

You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Philippines

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need High School Diploma (Katibayan), Academic Track from 2018 (12 years in total) + 1 year of further education.

High School Diploma (Leaving Certificate, Diploma, Katibayan, Katunayan) up until 2017 (10 years in total) + 2 years of further education.

Senior High School (Katibayan), Arts and Design Track/Sports Track/Technical-Vocational Livelihood Track from 2018 (12 years in total) + 1 year of further education.

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original and an official translation into English (or Danish) of the above documents plus a grade transcript. If you graduated your Katibayan before 2018 you must also send your Certificate of Graduation (Katunayan). Additionally, you must upload documentation for completing 1 (or 2 if needed) year(s) of further education.
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

South Korea

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

To fulfill the general entry requirement you need:

  • Ilbankye Kodung Hakkyo (Academic High School Diploma/Graduation Certificate) or Silopkye Kodung Hakkyo (Vocational High School Diploma/Specialised Schools)*.

Documentation required:

Graduation Certificate or Academic High School Diploma and grade transcript. If you have taken CSAT in South Korea you can enclose this as well. You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.

* Please note there may be specific units you must fulfil. 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

 

Syria

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Al Shahada Al Thanawiya / Baccalauréat. 

The above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS. The above cannot stand alone.

Documentation required: Exam certificate including grades and 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Thailand

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

To fulfill the general entry requirement, you need: 

  • Matayom VI (M6)/Maw6

The above must be accompanied by 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. The above cannot stand alone. 

Documentation required: Mathyaom VI Certificate & transcripts with subjects and grades & 1 year of further education equating to 60 ECTS points. Verification form for the specific entry requirements (see below).

  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
 

Americas

You will likely need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.

Argentina

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

 

  • You need a Titulo de Bachiller, plus 1 year of further education at university level to fulfil the general entry requirement.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required, including Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits).
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

More information
Read more at Student refugee - a volunteer-based information portal for refugees seeking education in Denmark.

 

Bolivia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Diploma/Grado/Titulo de Bachiller en humanidades or Diploma/Grado/Titulo de Bachiller Tecnico + 1 year of higher education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You must upload your final Diploma + transcripts from all 4 years of study (Secondario Humanidades) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits).

  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Brazil

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

 

  • You need a Certificado de Ensino Médio/Certificado de Conclusão de Ensino Médio Supletiv, plus 1 year of further education at university level to fulfil the general entry requirement.
  • You must upload your final Diploma + Histórico Escolar (transcript of grades) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits).

  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Canada

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • Alberta: General or Advanced High School Diploma (Alberta) that completes the Canadian requirements for admission to higher education. The education must be passed with a minimum of 60% or more. 

Documentation we need: Alberta High School Diploma + Transcript of Academic Achievements.

  • British Colombia: Secondary School Diploma / Senior Secondary Graduation Diploma (Dogwood Diploma) that completes the Canadian requirements for admission to higher education. Depending on the year you have graduated there are various requirements you can find more information here: Link (in Danish only)

Documentation we need: Dogwood Diploma + Transcript of grades.                

  • New Brunswick: High School Graduation Diploma / Diplôme de Fin d'Etudes Secondaires. Depending on the year you have graduated there are various requirements you can find more information here: Link (in Danish only)

Documentation we need: High School Diploma or Graduation Certificate Diplôme de Fin d’Etudes Secondaires

  • Ontario: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (Advanced level). Depending on the year you have graduated there are various requirements you can find more information here: Link (in Danish only)

Documentation we need: Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) (incl. documentation for OAC) + Ontario Student Transcript.

  • Québec: Diplôme d'Etudes Collegiales (DEC)/Diploma of Collegial Studies (DCS) (préuniversité/general). Courses must be passed with a minimum of 60%. 

Documentation we need: Diplôme d'Etudes Collegiales (DEC)/Diploma of Collegial Studies (DCS) (préuniversité/general) + transcript of records.  

  • If your province is not listed above please check what you need to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database and contact us at bacheloradmission@cbs.dk
  • Please note that neither GED, SAT nor honors fulfils the general entry requirement and therefore will not be part of an application assessment.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If your documentation is not in English, French or German, you also need to upload an official translation. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to have a Canadian High School Diploma. It does not matter if the high school was done in Canada, abroad or in several countries.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B, you need to upload documentation (Mathematics Verification Form below and your AP College Board Student Score Report if you have taken an AP mathematics course) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam and that you have covered the following topics:
    Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

PDF iconMathematics Verification Form

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B, you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You may need to pay the Application Fee / Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.
  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.

You may have to translate your documents

If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Chile

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Licencia de educación media/licencia de enseñanza media/licencia secundaria (must be passed with an average of minimum 4 over the course of all 4 years) + 1 year of further education.
  • If you have another education from Chile you can check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your final Diploma + transcripts from all 4 years of study (certificado de concentración de notas de ensenanza media) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits).
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your Licencia de educación media/licencia de enseñanza media/licencia secundaria will fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Colombia

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Bachillerato Académico / Diploma de Bachiller Académico or Bachillerato Técnico/Diploma de Bachiller Técnico + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your Diploma de Bachiller and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your Bachillerato Académico / Diploma de Bachiller Académico or Bachillerato Técnico/Diploma de Bachiller Técnico would fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Costa Rica

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Título de Bachiller (Bachillerato) / Diploma de Conclusión de Estudios de Educación Diversificada or Técnico en el nivel medio en la especialidad (Técnico Medio) + Bachiller en Enseñanza Media + 1 year of higher education. All years of the Bachiller must be passed with a minimum of 70 or more. 
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your final diploma + transcript of grades (Certificado de Notas / Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Ecuador

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Bachillerato/Título de Bachiller en Arte/Ciencias/(previously Bachillerato/Titulo de Bachiller en Humanidades Modernas) or Bachillerato/Título de Bachiller Unico Integral or Bachillerato/Título de Bachiller Tecnico + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your final diploma + transcripts of grades (Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Mexico

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need a Bachillerato General/Unico or Bachillerato Tecnológico + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your final diploma (preparatoria) or transcript of grades + Certificado de Estudios (It must be clear from the document that the Bachillerato is passed). Additionally, you must upload documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your Bachillerato General/Unico or Bachillerato Tecnológico will fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Nicaragua

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need a Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras (with Bachillerato certificate) + 1 year of higher education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your Bachiller diploma + transcript of grades (Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your Bachiller en Ciencias y Letras (with Bachillerato certificate) will fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Paraguay

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need a Bachillerato Científico + 1 year of further education.  If you have another upper secondary education/Bachillerato please contact us at bacheloradmission@cbs.dk
  • Check what you need from your country to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database. If your country is not featured please contact us at bacheloradmission@cbs.dk
  • You need to upload your final Bachillerato diploma + transcript of grades (Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). If your documentation is not in English, French or German, you also need to upload an official translation.

  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics,  and have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You may need to pay the Application Fee / Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.
  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.

You may have to translate your documents

If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an Appraisal before 01 November

You can apply for an appraisal before 01 November. This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Apply for an appraisal'.

 

Peru

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Certificado Oficial de Estudios / Certificado de Educación Secundaria Común Completa (quinto) + 1 year of further education.
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload your final diploma + transcript of grades (Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits).
  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your Certificado Oficial de Estudios / Certificado de Educación Secundaria Común Completa will fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

Trinidad & Tobago

 

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • Check what you need from your country to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database. If your country is not featured please contact us at bacheloradmission@cbs.dk
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If your documentation is not in English, French or German, you also need to upload an official translation. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics,  and have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.
  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You may need to pay the Application Fee / Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.
  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.

You may have to translate your documents

If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Uruguay

 

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • Check what you need from your country to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database. If your country is not featured, please contact us at bacheloradmission@cbs.dk
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If your documentation is not in English, French or German, you also need to upload an official translation. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics,  and have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.
  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, then your upper secondary education from Uruguay will fulfil the Spanish level A requirement as you are considered a native speaker, otherwise you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You may need to pay the Application Fee / Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.
  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.

You may have to translate your documents

If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
USA

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need a US High School Diploma and 3 AP tests (each passed with a minimum score of 3 and the 3 tests must be from different subject areas) to fulfil the general entry requirement. The 3 AP tests can be substituted with 1 year of full-time undergraduate college studies (equating to minimum 60 ECTS-points).
  • You need to upload your High School Diploma, official High School Grade Transcript and your AP College Board Student Score Report (or the grade transcript of your college studies).
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.
  • Please note that neither GED, SAT nor honors fulfils the general entry requirement and therefore will not be part of an application assessment.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to have a US High School Diploma. It does not matter if the high school was done in the US, abroad or in several countries.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to have passed an AP Calculus test with a minimum score of 3 (AP Calculus includes differential calculus). Pre-Calculus does not fulfil the requirement (as it does not include differential calculus). In addition to the AP Calculus documentation (AP College Board Student Score Report), you need to upload documentation (fill in 'US Mathematics verification form' below) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, passed a final exam and your curriculum has covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems.

PDF iconUS Mathematics Verification Form 

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.
Venezuela

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement
 

  • You need Título de Educación Media General/Bachillerato/Titulo de Bachiller or Bachillerato/Titulo de Bachiller agropecuario/comercial/industrial/mercantil/salud) + 1 year of further education. Note that the Bachillerato must be passed with a minimum of 10. 
  • Check if your qualifications are sufficient to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You must upload your final diploma and transcript of grades (diploma + transcript of grades (Certificado de Notas/Calificaciones) and documentation for completing 1 year of further education (equivalent to 60 ECTS/30 US credits). 

  • If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

 

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to upload documentation that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, have passed a final exam.

You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems

  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.

 

 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

 

 

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

 

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

 

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

 

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

 

You can apply for an Appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

 

 
 

Other international educations

You will likely need to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees. Check your status at the bottom of this page.

Dansk-fransk baccalaureat

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Dansk-Fransk Baccalauréat (DFB)

  • Danish A
  • The obligatory course in Danish A fulfils the requirement
  • English A
  • English B
  • The obligatory course in English fulfils the requirement
  • Maths B

For exams completed in 2021 and later:

  • Mathematics as a minimum for the first two years of the Baccalauréat

 

For exams completed in 2020 and earlier:

  • Série Littéraire: The obligatory course and the elective course in Mathematics together fulfil the requirement
  • Série Economique et Sociale: The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Série scientifique: The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum total sum of 10 weekly lessons during the Dansk-Fransk Baccalauréat
  • French BA /F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 10
     
  • 12
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Exam certificate AND
  • Relevé de notes

Calculating the GPA:
How to convert the GPA and the conversion table between the French and Danish grading scales can be found here (Frankrig; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

European baccalureate

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

European Baccalaureate

  • Danish A
  • L l
  • L ll
  • L lll 
  • English A
  • L I
  • L II
  • L III - 6 years (4 hours)
  • English B
  • L III - 4 years
  • L IV - 4 years (4 hours)
  • Maths B
  • The obligatory course in Mathematics fulfils the requirement
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History fulfils the requirement
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • LI
  • LII
  • LIII
  • LIV - 4 years (4 hours)
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)

     
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 2020 and before: 6,00-6,49
  • From 2022: 5,00-5,93

     
  • 2020 and before: 7,50-8,49
  • From 2022: 7,21-8,37
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diploma AND
  • Grade transcript


Calculating the GPA:
The GPA given on the diploma is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (European Baccalaureate / Europæisk Studentereksamen; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Requirements in the European Baccalaureate / Europæisk Studentereksamen:

The European Baccaluareate / Europæisk Studentereksamen must fulfil all of the following criteria in order to fulfil the general entry requirement:

  • The GPA must be minimum 60%
  • Up to and including 2013: a minimum of 2 of the 4 oral exams must be a language course including mother tongue (Language 1 / L1) and minimum 2 of the 5 written exams must be in one of the language courses including mother tongue (Language 1 / L1)
  • As of and including 2014: 1 of the 3 oral exams must be mother tongue (or the teaching language of the language section enrolled in) while 3 of the 5 written exams must be mother tongue, first foreign language and Maths
iGCSE, AS- and A-levels
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

  • Upper Secondary Leaving Exam
  • iGCSE, AS- and A-levels (minimum total of 9 subjects – made up of least 6 different subjects including a combination equivalent of 3 A-levels from CIE (it needs to include at least 1 A-level, but can be made up of a combination where 2 AS-levels equates to 1 A-level).
  • Applicants with AS- and A-levels only (where the GCSE equivalent was taken in another education system): a minimum of 2 subjects at AS-level and 3 subjects at A-level (altogether 5 different subjects). One of the AS-levels can be replaced with the ’Extended Project’ level 3
  • English A
  • English B
  • Automatically fulfilled
  • Maths B
  • AS-level Maths
  • Social Studies B
  • History at GCSE level
  • Sociology at GCSE level
  • Economics at GCSE level
  • Business Studies at GCSE level
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • A-level in the respective language
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • GCSE: G or 1
  • AS- / A-levels: E
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • GCSE up until 2018: D or 4
  • GCSE from 2019: C or 4  
  • AS- / A-levels: C 
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • All final iGCSE certificate(s), iAS-level certificate(s) and iA-level certificate(s) NBWe cannot use predicted grades or the Statement of Results as final documentation

Calculating the GPA:
All GCSE, AS- and A-level results are converted to a number on the Danish grading system (which goes up to 12). Any AS-level exams also taken at A-level are removed from the equation. The numbers are weighted (GCSE = 1; AS-level = 1.5 and A-level = 2) For example, A* at GCSE = 12 weighted once whereas A* at A-level = 12 weighted twice (so 24 divided by 2 when calculating the average) and we then calculate the (weighted) average.

The numerical conversion of the grades and an example of the above can be found here (Available in Danish only).

Other exam certificates

  • Cambridge Pre-U
  • BTEC – National Certificate / National Diploma
  • Access to Higher Education (HE) Diploma

If you have the above, you will be assessed in Quota 2: exams without a convertible GPA. You must always fulfil the specific entry requirements. You need to include documentation of the total number of teaching hours and curriculum in these specific subjects (the verification form at the top of this page).

Selection of qualified applicants in this group is based on an overall assessment where we look at your grades in general and with regards to the specific entry requirements, we look at your extra-curricular activities and we look at your motivational essay. We do not calculate a GPA and you will not be assessed in Quota 1.

International Baccalaureate - IB Diploma

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2023 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

International Baccalaureate - IB Diploma

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Danish A
  • Danish A1, higher level (HL)

  • Danish A Literature, higher Level (HL) (from 2013 and forward)

     

  • English A
  • English B (HL)
  • English A1 (SL)
  • English A2 (SL)
  • English A1 (HL)
  • English A2 (HL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (SL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (HL)
  • English A Literature (SL)
  • English A Literature (HL)
  • English B
  • English A1 (SL)
  • English A2 (SL)
  • English B (SL)
  • English A1 (HL)
  • English A2 (HL)
  • English B (HL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (SL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (HL)
  • English A Literature (SL)
  • English A Literature (HL)
  • Maths A
  • Mathematics (HL)
  • Maths B
  • Mathematics (SL or HL)
  • Mathematics: Analysis and approaches (SL or HL)
  • Mathematics: Applications and interpretation (SL or HL)
  • Social Studies B
  • Business and management (SL or HL)
  • Economics (SL or HL)
  • Geography (HL)
  • Global Politics (SL or HL)
  • History (SL or HL)
  • Social and cultural anthropology (HL)
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French B-A / F-B
  • German B-A / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A

One of the following courses passed in the respective language:

  • Language ab initio
  • B (SL)
  • B (HL)
  • A1 (SL or HL)
  • A2 (SL or HL)
  • A Literature (SL or HL)
  • A Language and literature (SL or HL)
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 3
     
  • 4
  • Documents required to assess the
  • The Diploma of the International Baccalaureate AND Diploma Programme Results
     
  • If you finish your IB the same year as you apply, the only way we accept your IB diploma is online in the IBO database: please ask your IB Coordinator to grant CBS ("Copenhagen Business School (000151)) access to your online IB results
     
  • If you have taken a Retake, remember to upload you first given diploma as well.

If you have a retake, remember to upload both your retake and your first diploma or course result.

Calculating the GPA:
The total number of points is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (International Baccalaureate; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Requirements in the International Baccalaureate:
The International Baccaluareate must fulfil all of the following criteria in order to fulfil the general entry requirement:

  • Total points must be a minimum of 24 (including bonus and minus penalty points)
  • Minimum of 6 subjects passed
  • Minimum of 3, and no more than 4, subjects passed at Higher level (HL)
  • All the other courses must be passed at Subsidiary level (SL)
  • Extended Essay must have been submitted
  • The course Theory of Knowledge (TOK) must have been completed
  • All CAS Activities (Creativity, Action and Service) must have been completed
International Baccalaureate - IB Diploma Prorgramme (DP) Course Results (Certificate)

The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2023 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

International Baccalaureate - Diploma Programme (DP) Course Results

(Only for the Danish-language erhvervsøkonomi (HA) programmes)
  • Danish A
  • Danish A1, higher level (HL)
  • Danish A Literature, higher Level (HL) (from 2013 and forward)

  • English A
  • English B (HL)
  • English A1 (SL)
  • English A2 (SL)
  • English A1 (HL)
  • English A2 (HL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (SL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (HL)
  • English A Literature (SL)
  • English A Literature (HL)
  • English B
  • English A1 (SL)
  • English A2 (SL)
  • English B (SL)
  • English A1 (HL)
  • English A2 (HL)
  • English B (HL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (SL)
  • English A Lang. & Lit. (HL)
  • English A Literature (SL)
  • English A Literature (HL)
  • Maths A
  • Mathematics (HL)
  • Maths B
  • Mathematics (HL)
  • Mathematics (SL)
  • Mathematics: Analysis and approaches (SL)
  • Mathematics: Applications and interpretation (SL)
  • Social Studies B
  • Business and management (SL or HL)
  • Economics (SL or HL)
  • Geography (HL)
  • Global Politics (SL or HL)
  • History (SL or HL)
  • Social and cultural anthropology (HL)
Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • French BA / F-B
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A

One of the following courses passed in the respective language:

  • Language ab initio
  • B (SL)
  • B (HL)
  • A1 (SL or HL)
  • A2 (SL or HL)
  • A Literature (SL or HL)
  • A Language and literature (SL or HL)
  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 3

 

  • 4
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Up to and including 2012: IB Certificate
  • From and including 2013: The Diploma Programme (DP) Course Results

  • If you finish your IB the same year as you apply, the only way we accept your IB diploma is online in the IBO database: please ask your IB Coordinator to grant CBS ("Copenhagen Business School (000151)) access to your online IB results
     
  • If you have taken a Retake, remember to upload you first given diploma as well.

Calculating the GPA
The total number of points is converted to the Danish grading scale using the conversion table here (International Baccalaureate; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

Requirements for applicants with a Diploma Programme (DP) Course Results
You must fulfil all of the following criteria in order to fulfil the general entry requirement:

  • Total points must be a minimum of 18 (including bonus and minus penalty points)
  • The minimum grade 3 in all 6 subject
  • Supplement to your DP Course Result:
    • Minimum 2 HF single courses or GSK courses.
    • Minimum 250 hours of teaching and 100 hours of preparation of written coursework.
    • Minimum 1 A level course and minimum 1 B level course. 
    • Courses at C level cannot be used as part of the supplementary courses. 
Option Internationale du Baccalauréat
The following table of comparisons is valid for the admission year 2022 only.

Check the Specific Entry Requirements and Language Requirement for the programmes you are interested in and match them with the information in the table below to see if you fulfil.

REQUIREMENT

EQUIVALENT

Upper Secondary Leaving Exam

Option Internationale du Baccalauréat

  • English A
  • English B
  • English Langue vivante A 
  • English Langue vivante B
  • English Langue vivante I
  • English Langue vivante II
  • Maths B
  • Mathematics as a minimum for the first two years of the Baccalauréat
  • Social Studies B
  • The obligatory course in History-Geography fulfils the requirement
  • Danish A
  • Section Danoise only: Danish passed with minimum 14,0 (16,0 for HA kom)
(Only for BSc in Business, Language and Culture and International Business in Asia)
  • German BA / F-B
  • Spanish A
  • Chinese A
  • Japanese A
  • Minimum total sum of 10 weekly lessons during the Option Internationale du Baccalauréat
  • French BA / F-B

You are considered a native speaker and therefore fulfil the requirement automatically

  • 2.0 on the Danish grading scale (minimum passing grade for a single subject)
  • 6.0 on the Danish grading scale
  • 10
     
  • 12
  • Documents required to assess the above
  • Diplôme AND
  • Relevé de notes AND
  • Carnet de notes


Calculating the GPA:
The French GPA given in Total pour mention is converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

If this is not given, the GPA is calculated by dividing the total point sum with the total weighting, Coeff. If there is registration in the 2nd round, Epreuves de 2e groupe, the GPA is taken from the Total 1er groupe + 2e groupe. The GPA is then converted to the Danish grading scale (see below).

The conversion table between the French and Danish grading scales can be found here (Option Internationale du Baccalauréat; -> Karakterer. Available in Danish only).

US high school diploma (taken outside the USA)

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • You need a US High School Diploma and 3 AP tests (each passed with a minimum score of 3 and the 3 tests must be from different subject areas) to fulfil the general entry requirement. The 3 AP tests can be substituted with 1 year of full-time undergraduate college studies (equating to minimum 60 ECTS-points).
  • You need to upload your High School Diploma, official High School Grade Transcript and your AP score sheet (or the grade transcript of your college studies).
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.
  • Please note that neither GED, SAT nor honors fulfils the general entry requirement and therefore will not be part of an application assessment.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B: you need to have a US High School Diploma. It does not matter if the high school was done in the US, abroad or in several countries.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B: you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B: you need to have passed an AP Calculus test with a minimum score of 3 (AP Calculus includes differential calculus). Pre-Calculus does not fulfil the requirement (as it does not include differential calculus). In addition to the AP Calculus documentation (AP College Board Student Score Report), you need to upload documentation (fill in 'US Mathematics verification form' below) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of Mathematics, passed a final exam and your curriculum has covered the following topics: Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems.

 US Mathematics verification form 

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You need to pay Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.
  • Note that CBS does not offer any scholarships for undergraduate students.

Translation of documents

  • Diploma: If your diploma/ certificate is not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload an official translation as well as a scan of the originals.
  • Other documentation: If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. It is okay for you to translate it yourself.
  • Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal

  • This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Appraisal (pre-assessment)'.

Rest of the world
 

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not an EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

You need to document that you fulfil the general entry requirement

  • Check what you need from your country to fulfil the general entry requirement in the Danish Ministry of Higher Education and Science database.
  • You need to upload a scan of the original documents required. If your documentation is not in English, French or German, you also need to upload an official translation. If you are in the process of completing the general entry requirement, you must upload any documentation that you are able to so far plus confirmation of the courses you are currently taking.

You need to document that you fulfil the specific entry requirements

  • To fulfil English B, you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you fulfil minimum 210 hours of English as part of your upper secondary school and have passed with a final exam with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade. You also need to document that you have covered the following topics: Understanding, as well as conversing and writing fluently and accurately in English in terms of grammar, spelling and punctuation; have vocabulary that enables you to engage in conversations and discussions pertaining to general, but also specific subjects e.g., cultural, or societal topics in the UK, USA, and other English-speaking countries. * Please note for all English taught programmes you must also fulfil the English A language requirement. Please read more below.
  • To fulfil Social Studies/History level B, you need to upload documentation (Verification Form) that you have had a minimum of 200 hours of Social Studies / History as part of your upper secondary education and have passed a final exam.
  • To fulfil Mathematics level B, you need to upload documentation (Verification Form at the top of the page) that you have had a minimum of 250 hours of mathematics, have passed a final exam and that you have covered the following topics:
    Statistics and probability theory; Functions and equations; Circular functions and trigonometry; Matrices; Vectors; Calculus; Algebra; Use of IT-tools and mathematical programmes when solving mathematical problems
  • If you are applying for BSc in Business, Language and Culture, you need to pass the required language test. Please see the relevant language here for further information.

You must document that you fulfil the language requirement

You need to upload a motivational essay for each programme

  • As we cannot directly convert your GPA to the Danish system, the selection process is based on an overall look at your grades, the motivational essay and any extra-curricular activities. Read more about the overall assessment in Quota 2 here.

You may need to pay the Application Fee / Tuition Fees

  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.
  • If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen and you will need a residence permit to study in Denmark and you will need to pay Tuition Fees each semester (we will start this process, if you are accepted to CBS).
  • If you need a residence permit to study in Denmark, make sure that you have checked all the relevant deadlines.

You may have to translate your documents

If you have documents that are not in English, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, French or German, then you must upload a translation as well as a scan of the originals. Documents that are not in one of the above languages will not be assessed as part of your application.

You can apply for an appraisal 

This is where we assess in advance whether or not you fulfil all the entry requirements. Read more under 'Apply for an appraisal'.

 

 

Application fee, Tuition fee and Resident Permit

Non-EU/EEA citizens - Application fees
Who needs to pay an application fee?
If you are not a citizen of an EU/EEA country and you have not obtained/ will not obtain a upper secondary leaving exam issued by a Danish educational institution, you are required to pay an application fee in order to have your application(s) assessed.
In other words: if you apply for a CBS bachelor programme and have obtained/will obtain a Danish upper secondary school leaving exam (stx, hhx, htx, hf, gif, eux), or an upper secondary school leaving exam done at Duborgskolen, AP Møller skolen, Greenland or the Faroe Islands, you are not to pay an application fee, regardless of your citizenship.

The application fee is 100 EURO (or 750 DKK) per applicant per admission round.

If you have one of the following residence permits, you have the same rights as a Danish citizen and are therefore not to pay the application fee:
(Contact CBS Admissions if you are unsure whether your residence permit exempts you or not.)

  • Permanent residence permit in Denmark (“permanent opholdstilladelse”)
  • Residence permit in Denmark with a view to for permanent residence in Denmark (“opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold”)
  • "EU-opholdsbekendtgørelsen" - residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations

CBS Admissions will make a decision based on your actual residence permit.

Other Nordic countries
Permanent residence in another Nordic country (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands) may also grant you an exemption.

Non-Nordic EU/EEA residence permits
If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen with permanent residence in another EU/EEA country, you are not exempt from paying the application fee or the tuition fees.

Refugees
If you have a refugee residence permit, you may be exempt from paying the application and tuition fees. Please contact the Admissions Office for further details.

Who does not need to pay the application fee?
EU citizens and citizens of Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein or Switzerland do not have to pay the application fee.

If you have one of the above residence permits that exempt you, it is very important that you upload documentation for it when you apply on optagelse.dk.
If you are in the process of applying for one of the above residence permits, but you have not yet obtained one, you must pay the application fee.
The application fee is 100 EURO (or 750 DKK) per applicant per application round. You only have to pay the application fee once, even if you submit more than one application during an admission round.

Payment
The application fee is 100 Euros (or 750 Danish Kroner) per applicant, per application year. Your application will not be assessed until the Admissions Office has established that the application fee has been paid.

Payment must be made on the link below (CBS Admission NemTilmeld). Please remember that you have to upload a copy of your receipt on www.optagelse.dk alongside your application.

Bachelor Admission Application Fee

Reimbursement?
The application fee is reimbursed if you are accepted to and start at one of the programmes applied for (i.e. you are offered a study spot and are registered as an active student by 1 October).

The application fee can only be reimbursed on condition that the credit/debit card you used to pay the fee is still valid, and that you open a Danish bank account after moving to Denmark. The application fee will not be reimbursed under any other circumstances. The reimbursement of the application fee takes place between 1 October and 31 December. NB: a service fee might be retained by the bank(s) processing the reimbursement.

Non-EU/EEA citizens - Tuition fees

Please note: We do not offer any scholarships for undergraduate degree programmesScholarships are ONLY available at the graduate level.

The tuition fee for students enrolling in any full-time bachelor programme at CBS is EURO 5,600 per semester (EURO 11,200 per year) or DKK 42,000 per semester (DKK 84,000 per year).

Who needs to pay tuition fees?
All non-EU/-EEA/-Swiss citizens must pay tuition fees. Citizens of EU countries as well as Norway, Iceland, Switzerland and Liechtenstein are not to pay tuition fees. All other nationalities are required to pay tuition fees when studying in Denmark (see below for information on a possible exemption based on prior residence in Denmark).

The following non-EU/-EEA/-Swiss citizens are exempt from paying the application fee if you have:

  • Permanent residence permit in Denmark (“permanent opholdstilladelse”)
  • Residence permit in Denmark with a view to for permanent residence in Denmark (“opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold”)
  • "EU-opholdsbekendtgørelsen" - residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations.
  • “Opholdstilladelse som medfølgende barn” – residence in Denmark as an accompanying child (the documentation must state that you are "medfølgende barn" - the text "medfølgende familie" is not sufficient. Please be aware that holders of this residence permit are still required to pay the application fee

Other Nordic countries
You may also be exempt from paying tuition fees if you have permanent residence in another Nordic country (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands) and you will continue to live in the relevant country during your studies; please note that CBS Admissions will make a decision based on your actual residence permit.

Non-Nordic EU/EEA residence permits
If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen with permanent residence in another EU/EEA country, you are not exempt from paying the application fee or the tuition fees.

Refugees
If you have a refugee residence permit, you may be exempt from paying the application and tuition fees. Please contact the Admissions Office for further details.

Current student residence permit
Having a student residence permit (whether at another institution, or at CBS under a different programme) does not under any circumstances exempt you from paying the tuition fee. Contact CBS Admissions if you are unsure whether your residence permit exempts you or not.

If you have one of the above residence permits that exempt you from paying the tuition fee: 
It is very important that you upload documentation to prove it. The CBS Admissions Office will, on the basis of the documentation provided in your application, assess whether or not you may be exempt from paying tuition fees. Make sure to upload the following documents:

  • Certified copy of your residence permit letter from the Immigration Services AND
  • Certified copy of your residence permit card PLUS (if applicable)
  • Certified copy of the page in your passport giving you residence permit

Based on the documentation you upload, CBS Admissions will grant (or deny) you an exemption. Please note that you may still be required to pay the application fee. If you are currently in the process of applying for one of the above residence permits, you should document this, as we may then prolong the deadline for receiving the permit or paying tuition fees.

How much and where should this be paid?

  • The tuition fee for students enrolling in any full-time bachelor programme at CBS is EURO 5,600 per semester (EURO 11,200 per year) or DKK 42,000 per semester (DKK 84,000 per year).
  • The tuition fee must be paid per semester. 
  • The payment cannot be split up in several installments.
  • You will receive an invoice with details about how to pay the tuition fee via email.

If you are offered a place at CBS, you must pay the tuition fee for the first semester by the deadline given in your letter of acceptance.

Please note that we will initiate the residence permit application process only after the tuition fee is cleared in our account.

CBS Admissions will send you invoices for the subsequent semesters before the beginning of each semester (i.e. before 1 February and 1 September).

Can I get the money back?
It is only possible to have the tuition fee reimbursed in the following cases:

  • if you are conditionally accepted at the programme and do not, against expectations, fulfil the requirements stated.
  • if you have paid for the coming semester, but withdraw from the programme before the semester starts, the tuition fee for the coming semester will be reimbursed. The tuition fee cannot be reimbursed if you withdraw from the programme after semester start (i.e. 1 September and 1 February).
  • if you, after having paid the tuition fee, obtain a residence permit exempting you from paying the tuition fee. In this case, the validity date of the permit, and not the date when the permit was issued, is of importance. e.g.: if the residence permit is valid beginning 31 August or earlier, then the tuition fee for the autumn semester will be refunded; if the residence permit is valid beginning with a date between 1 September and 31 January, then the tuition fee for the autumn semester cannot be reimbursed.

The tuition fee is automatically reimbursed to the account from which it was paid. If you close the account after applying/moving to Denmark, or if you have not paid the fee from a bank account, the automatic reimbursement cannot take place. NB: a service fee might be retained by the bank(s) processing the reimbursement.

Student Loan and External Scholarship Agreements from outside the EU
It is important to be aware of the following if you are planning to fund your studies using a loan or a scholarship from your home country.

Loans, External Scholarships and the ST1 (student residence permit): Look carefully into the timing of the loan or scholarship being offered. If you are using part of the loan or scholarship to pay tuition fees, make sure that you will receive the money and can pay the fees before the tuition fee deadline (the first deadline is usually a month after you have received your acceptance letter). We are not able to start the student residence permit application with the immigration authorities until we have received the tuition fees for your first semester at CBS.

Loan Agreements between external organisations and CBS: CBS is a big institution with a few different bodies offering study programmes that are independent of one another within CBS. If the loan company you are considering states that they have an agreement with CBS, it is important to look into where this agreement is. For example, the Sallie Mae loans from the US have an agreement with the MBA programmes at CBS. The MBA programmes are administered separately and in a different way from the full-degree bachelor and graduate programmes at CBS. We are therefore not able to accept certain loans (such as Sallie Mae) for the bachelor and graduate programmes at CBS.

US Federal Loans: We are able to accept US Federal Loans at the bachelor and graduate programmes at CBS. These loans are administered in an office separate to the admissions offices. They are only paid out twice a year after semester start (i.e. not before 1st September or 1st February). If you use the US Federal Loan to fund your studies, you may need to find an alternative way to pay your initial tuition fees, so that you can pay by the deadline and we can start the student residence permit process.

Student residence permit

When you have paid the tuition fees, the Admissions Office will start the student residence permit application process.

This means that we fill in our part of the application form, confirming that you will be a student at CBS, and send you login details to complete the application. You are then to fill in your part of the application form according to the instructions given and hand it in at the nearest Danish representation.

The application is processed by the Danish Agency for Labour Retention and International Recruitment. The agency will require you to pay a fee as part of handing in the application form; in some cases the Danish representation will also require you to pay a local fee. When the necessary fees have been paid and all documentation is available, the agency will process your application for a student residence permit, which will normally take up to six weeks. CBS receives a copy of the student residence permit letter direct from the agency.

The student residence permit is normally given with a validity date from 1 August; the permit is normally, if certain conditions are fulfilled, given for the prescribed duration of your studies plus six months. 

It is a condition for the residence permit that you are active and enrolled in the study programme for which the permit is given. If this is not the case, the agency can revoke your residence permit. CBS Admissions Office is obliged to inform the agency if you are not actively following the study programme.

EU/EEA citizens
If you are a citizen of a European Union country or Norway or Iceland or Switzerland or Liechtenstein, you are not to pay an application fee and/or tuition fees for your studies, regardless of your educational background.
If you are a non-EU/EEA citizen with permanent residence in another EU/EEA country, you are not exempt from paying the application fee or the tuition fees; however, special rules apply to you if you live in another Nordic country; read more under "Non-EU/EEA citizens - Tuition Fee".

Applicants with a refugee status
If you are an applicant currently in Denmark, or another Nordic country, with refugee status and you are interested in starting or continuing your further education at CBS, you can consider the following:

  • Come to our Bachelor Open Day
    This event offers a good introduction to the different bachelor programmes offered at CBS as well more practical information concerning the application process and deadlines. Further information regarding this event can be found here.
  • Come to our International Applicant Day
    This event gives an introduction to life as an international student in Denmark as well as the opportunity to network with other potential international students. Further information regarding this event can be found here.
  • Consider taking a GIF as preparation for studies in Denmark
    The GIF programme is a one year programme that is designed for refugees and immigrants interested in completing a Danish upper secondary exam. This exam can then be used to fulfil the general entry requirement plus potentially some of the specific entry requirements. Applicants to the GIF programme must have completed high school level in their home country plus have a certain level of Danish. Further information can be found here.
  • Apply for an appraisal
    CBS offers an appraisal round for prospective applicants with a non-EU educational background. CBS assesses the documents sent in the appraisal application and confirms whether or not the qualifications fulfil the entry requirements for a particular programme.  If you do not fulfil the entry requirements, CBS Admissions will indicate which specific entry requirements that are not fulfilled. If your appraisal indicates that you do not fulfil the specific entry requirements, you may sign up for supplementary courses. The appraisal round dates are mentioned under "Applying (pre-assessment).  If you have missed this deadline but have an official refugee status in Denmark or another Nordic country, please send us an email to discuss your options. Please be aware that the application deadline for bachelor programmes in Denmark is always 15 March, 12:00 noon (CET) and if you miss this deadline, you will not be able to apply until the following year.

Documentation:

We cannot accept any applicants who do not fulfil the entry requirements. If you are not able to provide part of the official documentation of your qualifications due to circumstances, you should try to gather as much other information and documents as you are able to, to show your qualifications. We will consider application on a case by case basis and help you to find the best solution. Consider also researching single courses or language tests to document the specific entry requirements.

 

 

Appraisal (pre-assessment)

Applying for an appraisal (pre-assessment)
A bachelor appraisal is only for applicants whose educational background cannot be converted to the Danish educational system. This is most likely applicants from outside of the EU/EEA/Switzerland or who are applying as a dispensee. A bachelor appraisal will tell you whether or not you fulfil the general and specific entry requirements for one of the bachelor programmes at CBS.

Please note an appraisal is a service we provide at CBS and it is your own responsibility to make sure you have uploaded all the relevant information required.

As it is an extra service we provide, we do not follow up on if/what documentation is missing. We do not give any feedback on what documentation you have sent us until you get your appraisal from us. If we do not have the proper or sufficient information, this will be reflected in the appraisal.

Before you apply for an appraisal

When can I apply for an appraisal?
You can apply for a bachelor appraisal between 01 October and 01 November.

How do I apply for an appraisal?
You need to fill out the  Appraisal Form and send it by email, along with scans of all necessary documentation, to: bacheloradmission@cbs.dk within the given timeframe.

When can I expect an answer?
You can expect an answer to your appraisal no later than in January before the application round opens on 1 February.

For how long is my appraisal from CBS valid?

Your appraisal from CBS is only valid for the next immediate application round. For example, if you have applied for an appraisal on 15 October 2022, the answer that you receive in January 2023 would only be valid for the 2023 application round.

What do I need to be aware of with regards to an appraisal?

  • You are only allowed to apply for an appraisal for one bachelor degree programme.
  • You need to check which documents are required from your country to fulfil the entry requirements for your upper secondary education. You can find your country or education if you scroll up to the top of this page - if you cannot find your country or education look at Rest of the world (under Other International Education).
  • You can check to see if your upper secondary education certificates fulfill the general entry requirement on the Ministry of Higher Education and Science website here.
  • You need to send documentation for the specific entry requirements. Remember to include course descriptions and documentation concerning hours studied for each relevant subject per year during your upper secondary school / university years. Please note that we do not accept links, you must send the documents as PDF-files. 
  • You need to translate your documents into English, if they are not already in English (please remember to scan and send documents in the original language as well as the translations though).
  • When you send the email, please write ‘Bachelor Appraisal’ as your subject line.
  • An appraisal is not an application to CBS. You will still need to apply from scratch via Optagelse.dk once the application round opens on 1 February.
  • When you do apply, please remember to upload your appraisal answer along with all your documentation to your application at Optagelse.dk.

Where can I ask questions?

If you have questions please send an e-mail to bacheloradmission@cbs.dk

 

In order to have your application assessed you must pay an application fee

  • If you are not a EU/EEA or Swiss citizen and you do not hold a residence permit exempting you from paying, you must pay the Application Fee by 15 March.

IMPORTANT: The English course(s) MUST be part of your upper secondary education and must be passed with a final exam, with grades that are higher than the minimum passing grade.

The page was last edited by: Web editor - Student Communications // 01/30/2023