We have an extensive student exchange network with more than 100 partner schools all over the world. Every semester we welcome more than 50 exchange students. Exchange studies are only open to students from our partner schools.
If your school has an exchange agreement with our School of Architecture (see Partner Schools), then you can apply to study on our programmes in architecture. Please note that applicants to our bachelor or master programme must be studying at the same level as the programme they are applying for.
If your school has an exchange agreement with our School of Design (see Partner Schools), then you can apply to study on our bachelor and master programmes in design. Students applying for exchange must have completed at least one year of study by the time the exchange period starts.
- 1 April for the autumn semester
- 1 October for the spring semester
Applications must be received by the deadline. Late applications will not be considered.
How to Nominate
Applicants must be nominated by their school.
The partner school nominates a student via en e-mail to email@example.com two weeks prior to the application deadline.
Furthermore, it is important that the Application Form for Exchange is signed by e.g. an international coordinator or a person who deals with the exchanges at the partner school.
How to Apply
First you should contact the international/exchange coordinator at your home institution to enquire about study abroad options. If you are then nominated for exchange, please submit your application to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: "Application for Exchange) with the following as attached files:
- Application Form for Exchange (signed by the contact person at the Home Institution)
- Portfolio (max 15 MB)
- Letter of Motivation
- Transcript of Records
You may find information about courses for exchange students.
Due to a limited number of study places, please be aware that students applying for exchange are not guaranteed a place. We strongly recommend that students consider alternatives in case we are not able to offer them a place
Applicants for our English programmes are not required to submit a TOEFL/IELTS test, however they are expected to have a high level of proficiency in English.
It is possible for non-Danish-speaking students to study Danish programmes; guidance can be given in English, however please be aware that the teaching is in Danish.
Accessibility for students with special needs
With regard to accessibility for students with special needs (e.g. wheelchair access), please note that due to the protected status of many of our buildings that special access is limited.