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Arkitektskolen i Aarhus
Aarhus, Denmark



   

University description (as per official university website)

Tuition fees

Applicants from non-EU/EEA countries enrolling as new regular or visiting students at the Aarhus School of Architecture are from 1 January 2008 required to pay tuition fee. Students exchanged on a bilateral programme with the Aarhus School of Architecture do not have to pay the tuition fee, and neither do students with a permanent Danish residence permit.

The annual tuition fee is 10,000 EURO (60 ECTS)

The fee is payable biannually.

Not included in the tuition fee are books and course material.

For further information, please contact the Student Information Office.


Admission to full degree course

If you want to apply for admission, please note that educational institutions in Denmark are unable to offer residential facilities, financial support and scholarships to foreign students. With regard to your chances of obtaining support from the Danish State Education Grant and Loan Scheme, you can find information on www.su.dk

In order to be eligible for enrolment for the full degree course, a Danish upper secondary examination or a corresponding foreign examination is required.
For further on foreign examinations you can find information on http://www.ciriusonline.dk/

As most of the instruction is given in Danish, it is required that foreign students have a good working knowledge of the Danish language. Applicants who do not have a Danish (Scandinavian) educational background are required to pass a special Danish proficiency test in order to be accepted, (the Government-controlled ”Studieprøven i dansk som andet sprog”). You can have further information on "Studieprøven" at LærDansk Language Centre Vestergade 72, 3. sal, DK-8000 Århus C, Denmark, Tel.: +45 8732 5400.

All applicants with foreign examinations must submit an application before 15 March. The application must be received at the school not later than 15 March at noon.

Numurus clausus
The Aarhus School of Architecture each year admits 150 students.

Each year there are more applicants than can be admitted. Numerus clauses is regulated in two ways:

Through quota 1: on the background of your examination result (on the condition that your examination is equivalent and can be converted) – 60 %. The required examination results normally have to be high, but vary from year to year.

Through quota 2: on the background of an admission test – 40 %. Normally about one in three applicants is admitted.

Applicants who have twice before been admitted to a higher education without finishing the education, or applicants who have a Master’s Degree will normally not be admitted if admission is restricted.

For further more detailed information on admission in Danish click here.

Specifically on admission in Quota 2:
In order to be selected for the test itself, applicants in quota 2 are first assessed on the basis of one or more home assignments.
Just as the assignments at the admission test vary from year to year, so does the preliminary home assignment(s).
So far the assignments from the test itself will not be published.


Admission to Master degree programme

If you want to apply for admission, please note that educational institutions in Denmark are unable to offer residential facilities, financial support and scholarships to foreign students. With regard to your chances of obtaining support from the Danish State Education Grant and Loan Scheme, you can find information on www.su.dk

In order to be eligible for enrolment the applicant must have an exam equivalent to a Danish Bachelor’s Degree within the field of architecture.

For further on recognition of foreign examinations, you can find information on www.ciriusonline.dk

As most of the instruction is given in Danish, it is required that foreign students have a good working knowledge of the Danish language. Foreign applicants from countries outside Scandinavia are required to pass a special Danish proficiency test in order to be accepted, (the government-controlled ”Studieprøven i dansk som andet sprog”).

The requirements for admission as well as for mastering Danish must be met for an application to be considered. If these demands are met and the curriculum is essentially equivalent to that of the Danish education, the possibility of admission is good. There may, however, be restrictions on admission to one or more of our institutes if we receive an extraordinarily large number of qualified applicants. You can have further information on "Studieprøven" at LærDansk Language Centre Vestergade 72, 3. sal, DK-8000 Århus C, Denmark, Tel.: +45 8732 5400.

Deadline for application is 15 May/October with a view to starting here on 1 September/February.



Website:: http://aarch.dk
Email: a@aarch.dk
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