Applicants for English taught Master's programmes must provide documentation of their English proficiency.
Only approved language tests will be accepted. Institutional tests and personal references will not be accepted.
NB as of admission 2020 all Danish applicants must have passed English at level B with an average grade of 3.0
Proof of English proficiency must be submitted with your application. It is not possible to submit documentation or language test results after the application deadline.
- TOEFL iBT (internet-based) score: 90
- IELTS (academic version) score: 6.5
- Cambridge English C1 Advanced: 180
- Cambridge English C2 Proficiency: 180
TOEFL/IELTS tests; these are valid for 2 years and must be valid at the time of applying. Please make sure to inform the TOEFL test center of KADKs institutional code: 6398.
We will accept a scanned copy of the official test result allowing us to validate the result in the test providers database.
Cambridge English; does not expire - please make sure to include Candidate's ID number and secret number (appears on your Confirmation of Entry) when applying with us allowing us to validate the result online.
If your entire bachelor degree was taken in English in one of the following English-speaking countries: Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, UK, USA, then your transcript of records is sufficient.
Applicants from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, or Iceland who have passed the equivalent of English at B-level in Denmark, must submit relevant documentation. The following Nordic high school examinations are considered the equivalent of English at B-level in Denmark:
English minimum kurs C (before 2014) or English steg 7 (after 2014)
English minimum level B with a minimum grade average of 3.0
minimum 8 courses in English
minimum 15 einigar in English
Fællesfag from GK + 2 English (1+2) (5+5 hours per week) at VKI, or
Fællesfag from GK + 2 English (1) (5+3 hours per week) at VKI, or
Fællesfag from GK + 2 English (2) (5+2 hours per week) at VKI, or
VG2 (SPR3008 + 3009)* (International engelsk)
English B (SL)
Admission to a Danish taught Master's programme requires Danish language proficiency at an academic level. Applicants must document Danish language qualifications corresponding to Danish at A-level, either from a Danish upper secondary school exam, or by successfully completing the Danish proficiency test 'Studieprøven i dansk' with a minimum grade of 2 in each discipline.