Admission requirements

English Language Requirement

The admission requirements differ from program to program but one common requirement for international students applying to Aalborg University is an English language requirement of English at level B (Danish level). This level is equivalent to the minimum test scores of the following international tests:

Your English language proficiency must be documented in the form of the required minimum test result from one of these tests. We only accept one of these tests as documentation. The test must be less than two years old.

(*The test has to be sent directly from the test center)
(** Original or verified copy of original).

You do not, however, have to submit an English test if you have a complete high school or bachelor degree taught in English from either Australia, the UK, Ireland, USA, New Zealand, South Africa, Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Iceland or Finland.

If you have questions about the tests, please contact Aalborg University's International Office.

danish language requirements

If you wish to follow a program or course which is taught in Danish, you must have passed the Study Test in Danish as a Second Language ( 'Studieprøven i Dansk' (modul 6 i Danskuddannelse 3)) or Danish at A-level (Danish level) in addition to the program or course specific requirements.

Additional Requirements

Master's programs

As a general rule, admission to the part-time Master's programs presented on this website requires a formal bachelor degree and a minimum of at least two years of relevant work experience obtained after the completion of the bachelor degree. For further, specific information regarding admission requirements to the Master's programs, please refer to the Master's program descriptions on this website.

Single Modules and Courses from Part-time Master's Programs

Admission requirements to single modules or courses from our part-time Master's programs are the same as to the full programs.

empty-Place Scheme

The admission requirements to courses under the Empty-place Scheme vary according to the specific course. For further information about admission requirements to courses under this scheme, please contact either the staff at the program which the course belongs to or the International Office.

Documentation

When you apply for a program or course, it is very important that you enclose verified copies of the required documentation, i.e.

  • copies of certificates or diplomas from universities, graduate schools etc. to document that you fulfill the academic admission requirements
  • proof of relevant work experience (if required)
  • proof of English language proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS or Cambridge tests)
  • proof of citizenship.

All enclosures will only be accepted by Aalborg University if they have been verified by either the institution which has issued the original document, by the Embassy or Consulate of your home country or by a public notary. If the enclosed documents are not in English (or Danish), officially verified translations must be included. Enclosed documents will not be returned to you. Therefore, do not submit original documents.

Your application will only be processed when we have received all relevant enclosures. Please enter your date of birth or Danish civil registration number (CPR-number) on all enclosures.