Admission Master's

Master's Admission Procedure

Information on admission requirements

Programme Descriptions

English taught programmes at KADK

Practical information on studying and living in Copenhagen

Tuition fee, scholarships and living costs

Tuition fee
Citizens from non-EU/EEA/Swiss countries, including citizens from a British overseas territory, are required to pay tuition fee at higher education institutions in Denmark.

Architecture

  • The tuition fee for 2018-19 academic year: 6,500 euro per semester
  • The tuition fee for 2019-20 academic year: 6,500 euro per semester

Design

  • The tuition fee for 2018-19 academic year: 6,500 euro per semester
  • The tuition fee for 2019-20 academic year: 6,500 euro per semester

Tuition fee waiver

Non-EU/EEA/Swiss applicants with a permanent Danish residence permit or a preliminary Danish residence permit with a view to permanent residency will be exempt from paying tuition fee. Please make sure to include a copy of your residence permit and a scan of your residence card when applying.

Payment Deadline for New Students
New students must pay the first semester’s tuition fee 10 days after they have been offered a study place. It is not possible for us to process visa applications until we have received the tuition fee.

Scholarships

KADK is not able to offer any scholarships or other types of financial support.

Brexit

While the UK is still a member of the EU, British citizens are considered EU citizens and therefore do not pay tuition fee. We will update our website as soon as we have more information.

Work and living costs
The programmes at KADK are full-time programmes; however, many students have student jobs to support themselves financially. Non-EU students are allowed to work 20 hours a week and must pay particular attention to this rule in order not to have their residence permit revoked.

KADK does not offer or facilitate student jobs. You can find more information about the Danish job market on the Danish Government’s Study in Denmark website http://studyindenmark.dk/live-in-denmark/working-in-denmark.

Read about living costs and how to open a bank account on the study in Denmark webside http://studyindenmark.dk/live-in-denmark/bank-budget

Studying at KADK

Semester dates
Autumn semester: 1. September – 31 January
Spring semester: 1 february – 30 June

National Holidays in the academic year 2018-2019
Christmas break: 22 December – January 1 (both days included)
Easter Break: 18 April to 22 April 2019 (both days included) 
General Prayer Day: 17 May 2019 
Ascension Day: 30 May 2019
Constitution Day: 5 June 2019
Whit Monday: 10 June 2019

Study form
Regarding teaching and study form on the Architecture programmes: https://kadk.dk/en/school-architecture/study-form

Regarding teaching and study form on the Design programmes: https://kadk.dk/en/study-form 

Workshops  and laboratories at KADK
KADK offers an individual work desk for each student and a number of workshops and laboratories: https://kadk.dk/en/workshops-and-labs 

Internship
You have the possibility of doing an internship during the second semester of the programme. You will find the internship and make arrangements with the company yourself with guidance from KADK.

Exchange/study abroad
It is possible to do an exchange semester on the second semester of the programme on one of KADKs exchange partner institutions: https://kadk.dk/en/partner-schools.

Moving to Copenhagen

Once you have been accepted to a Master's at KADK, your next priority will be to find a place to live in Copenhagen and get yourself acquainted with other practicalities in regards to your transition to Copenhagen and Denmark.

Accomodation is especially relevant since KADK unfortunately is not able to offer or facilitate housing to our students.

For information on housing, residence permits, healthcare and other mandatory registration with Danish authorities please refer to https://kadk.dk/en/moving-copenhagen