Admission Procedure EU/EEA citizens

On this page citizens from EU countries as well as EEA countries (EEA = Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) will learn how to apply for a programme at UCN

Applications for September

You can apply for admission from 1 February.

How do I apply?

1) Apply via optagelse.dk/admission

It is mandatory for all applicants to apply through the system known as the KOT system at optagelse.dk/admission. Here applicants will find a complete guide to the application portal.

Click here for how to apply at optagelse.dk. Optagelse.dk is the national application system in Denmark.

2) Upload your signature page before March 15

Applicants must print the signatue page, sign it by hand and upload it on www.ucn.dk/signaturepage. It is very important that you do so as UCN cannot retrieve your application before we have received your signed signature page or pages. If we cannot retrieve your application(s), we will not be able to evaluate it and therefore, your application will be rejected.

If you apply for more than one programme at UCN, please note that you must send one signature page for each programme that you apply for.

Please note that deadline for sending the signature page(s) is 15 March at 12 (noon) – CET.
What should I upload?

Mandatory documents

  1. A copy of your passport or ID card
  2. Final Diploma and transcript of records, i.e. your grades from the last 3 years of upper secondary education. If you do not have the Final Diploma yet, please attach the grades from the last 3 years. All translated into English by an authorized translator
  3. Verification form (PDF) - Applicants must verify subjects and hours of instruction for the final 3 years of upper secondary education
  4. English test
  5. Motivation letter – stating why you want to go to Denmark, why you chose Aalborg/UCN and why you chose the specific programme you are applying for
  6. Power of attorney  – This document has to be filled in if you apply through one of the international agents with whom UCN collaborate with. This is due to the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation).

Optional documents

  1. Contracts or/and recommendations of work experience, competitions, sport activities etc. All translated into English
  2. Recommendations from your teachers (translated into English)

Please upload the documents to www.optagelse.dk with your application.

What should I upload? (International Baccalaureate (IB) from Ib World Schools)

Mandatory documents

  1. IB Diploma and IB Diploma Programme (DP) Results, IB Diploma Programme (DP) Course Results or IB Certificate. If you earn your IB Diploma this year; please attach your predicted grade/ transcript of grades.

    Important if you earn your IB-Diploma this year

    You must inform your IB-coordinator to register you at IBNETs “result service” if you earn your IB diploma in the year of application. This is to ensure that UCN has access to your IB-diploma online.

    If you are completing a retake in the year of application, you will also need to inform your IB-coordinator to register you at IBNETs “result service”. Furthermore, you must upload your original diploma programme course results to your application on www.optagelse.dk and inform us in your application that you will be completing a retake. 
     
  2. Motivation letter – stating why you want to go to Denmark, why you chose Aalborg/UCN and why you chose the specific programme you are applying for.
     
  3.  A copy of your passport or ID card

Please upload the documents to www.optagelse.dk/admission with your application.

What is the application deadline?
  • Deadline for applicants with an international educational background: 15 March at 12:00 (noon) CET
  • Please note that you have to upload all the required documents on 15 March at 12:00 (noon) CET
  • Deadline for applicants with a Danish educational background: 5 July at 12:00 noon CET

 

Admission area number (kot)

Computer Science
71815

Contact

Carina Mortensen
International Consultant

+45 72 69 13 51
international@ucn.dk

EU / EEA citizens