When evaluating all applications, whether it is for an AP degree Programme or an Top-Up Bachelor Programme, we base the evaluation and qualifications on the following criteria:
- Average grade from your qualifying exam
- Other relevant education
- Relevant work experience (minimum 3 months)
- Study abroad, volunteering and military service etc. (minimum 3 months)
- A motivation letter (read more about contents in this letter below)
- Result of the English test submitted with the application
- Result of an admission interview (only in certain cases)
Please note that some programmes have specific requirements.
- For AP programmes: http://zealand.dk/admission-requirements-for-ap-degree-programs/
- For Top-Up programmes: http://zealand.dk/admission-requirements-for-top-up-bachelorprogrammes/
How do I document the criteria?
|Criteria||How to document|
|Other relevant educations||This can be documented with diplomas and/or certificates, supplemented by a description of the contents/outcome, if relevant|
|Relevant work experience||This can be documented by a letter from your employer stating:
1. period of employment (this should be minimum 3 months)
Please note that an internship, which is a part of a study program, does not count as work experience
|Volunteering||This can be documented by a letter from your superior stating:
1. period of volunteering,
It must state or confirm the duration of your stay with a minimum of 3 months.
|Exchange and other stays abroad||Study exchanges, paid/unpaid work and travels. This can be documented by including a diploma and/or certificate, supplemented by a statement and/or reference from the education institute or employer depending on the stay. It must state or confirm the duration of your stay with a minimum of 3 months.|
|Military service||Documentation from the military stating the period served.|
|Motivation letter||It is mandatory that you include a motivation letter with your application to convince us that you should be admitted. The motivation letter should include the following topics in the letter:
The letter should be no more than one A4 page and remember that it is NOT a CV.
Do not include everything, but be clear and precise in addressing the above three issues equally.
The motivation letter is NOT valid for proof of extra-curricular activities such as volunteering, study abroad or work experience. This must be proven as stated above.