Before you read the guide below, please note that Erhvervsakademi MidtVest (EAMV) only offers programmes taught in Danish.
If you wish to apply for admission at EAMV on the basis of your foreign qualification, you must have passed an education on a level with Danish entry requirements.
To find out whether your foreign qualification satisfies the requirements for entry to higher education in Denmark please consult the Examination Handbook at https://ufm.dk/uddannelse/anerkendelse-og-dokumentation/find-vurderinger/eksamenshaandbogen/lande-og-eksaminer
You can also ask the Danish Agency for Science and Higher Education to assess the level of your foreign qualification. Please visit the Agency’s website at https://ufm.dk/uddannelse/anerkendelse-og-dokumentation/guide-til-anerkendelse. Here you can read more about assessment and recognition of your foreign qualifications for admission to higher education in Denmark.
Application for admission
When you apply for admission, you need to follow the instructions in the guide below:
- Find out about entry requirements for admission to the programme you wish to study
An academy profession degree programme has one general entry requirement and one or more specific entry requirements.
The general entry requirement is a requirement of entry qualifications to the programme you apply for. Your qualification must be on a level with e.g. a Danish upper secondary school leaving certificate or a relevant Danish vocational qualification.
Specific entry requirements are requirements of passed subjects at specific levels.
- Collect relevant documentationIt is your responsibility to collect all the relevant documents needed for your application. You need to enclose the following documents:
- Certified copies of your original and translated educational qualifications. Your educational qualifications and any other foreign documentation must be translated either into English or Danish.
- Course descriptions, semester overviews or the like which can document course contents, learning objectives, number of lessons etc.
- Latest valid residence permit and a copy of the front page and the back page of your residence card. This is not a requirement if you hold an EU or EEA citizenship.
- Documentation that shows you have passed the Study Test in Danish as aForeign Language or presents proof of equivalent Danish proficiency, e.g. Danish A level, Danish B level as a secondary language.
- Documentation of any passed specific subjects.
- A letter of motivation, CV and documentation of work experience if you apply for admission to a programme where this is a requirement.
- Study agreement if your education has been pre-approved*
The deadline for your application is 15 March, 12 noon (CET). All applicants must apply for admission at www.optagelse.dk
*Please contact and make an appointment with our guidance counsellor Simone Torp, phone 2969 3707 or mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish an advance approval.