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Bachelor's programmes taught in English

  1. BA in Art & Technology (Aalborg) (note: restricted entry)
  2. BSc in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (Esbjerg)
  3. BSc in Economics and Business Administration (Aalborg) (note: restricted entry)
  4. BSc in Applied Industrial Electronics (Esbjerg)
  5. BSc in It, Communication and New Media (Copenhagen) (note: restricted entry)
  6. BA in Language and International Studies (Aalborg) (note: restricted entry)
  7. BSc in Medialogy (Aalborg and Copenhagen) (note: restricted entry)
  8. BSc in Manufacturing and Operations Engineering (Copenhagen) (note: restricted entry)
  9. BSc in Robotics (Aalborg) (note: restricted entry)
  10. BSc in Sustainable Biotechnology (Copenhagen) (note: restricted entry)

What does restricted entry mean?

A number of programmes at Aalborg University have restricted entry. This means that a study place cannot be guaranteed, even if you fulfil the entry requirements and hand in your application before the deadline. For example – when a programme has only 50 seats, we only offer seats to 50 applicants even though there might be 100 applicants who fulfil the requirements.

In quota 1 we then offer seats to the applicants with the highest grade point average. In quota 2 we make an overall assessment in accordance with the quota 2 criteria set for each specific programme.