Applicants for the Craft programme must have proficiency in English equal to the level English B in Danish secondary school.
You have to submit one of the below mentioned proof of your level in English. The proof must be uploaded on the application portal: Optagelse.dk before deadline 15 March 1200 CET
Applicants with Nordic High School Exams
Most holders of high school diplomas - but not all - from Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and Iceland have passed the equivalent of English at Danish B-level. However some Nordic high school diplomas are of a vocational nature. Holders of these diplomas might have to supplement in English. If in doubt please contact us.
If you contact us at an early stage (before 8 March), we might have time to guide you regarding supplementing, if you need to do this.
Applicants with High school Exams from outside Scandinavia
Holders of other European and overseas high school diplomas do not necessarily have English at the required level.
Do you hold such a diploma, you should also contact us at an early stage (before 8 March), if you want our help and guidance.
You are allowed to proof your level of English with a TOEFL, an IELTS test or a Cambridge test. Minimum requirements are:
- TOEFL iBT: 90
- IELTS academic: 6,5
- Cambridge English C1 Advanced: 180
- Cambridge English C2 Proficiency: 180
Results are only valid for two years, and must be taken within the two years prior to the application deadline.
Language tests from other institutions and personal references will not be accepted.
Deadline for test results and registration for supplementing
You are allowed to supplement your English level during spring and to take TOEFL and IELTS test.
We have two important deadlines:
15 March 1200 CET: Deadline for upload of proof of supplement registration or registration for a TOEFL or an IELTS test. You cannot proceed as an applicant, if you do dot proof to us that you have signed up for improving your English level.
5 July 1200 CET: Deadline for upload of proof of passed supplement or test. If you do not meet this deadline, we cannot offer you a study place.
The Crafts in Glass and Ceramics programme is taught in English, and consequently we do not demand proficiency in Danish.
If you wish to apply for other programmes at KADK, e.g. Architecture or Design, you must proof proficiency in Danish. Please find further information on the Danish section of our website.