The full degree course is a five-year programme of study: a three-year Bachelor of Architecture degree-course followed by a two-year Master of Architecture degree-course. Please note that tuition is in Danish. For more information about the programme structure please go to Studies.
Educational institutions in Denmark are unable to offer residential facilities, financial support or scholarships to foreign students.
Students from non-EU/EEA countries enrolling as full degree or visiting students at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts are required to pay tuition fee. Students from EU/EEA countries or students exchanged on a bilateral programme with the School of Architecture do not have to pay the tuition fee, and neither do students with a permanent Danish residence permit or a temporary permit wth possibility of obtaining permanent residence in Denmark.
The tuition fee is presently 5.000 Euro per Semester.
In order to be eligible for enrolment in the Bachelor programme one of the following exams are required:
- Danish upper Secondary School Leaving Certificate
- Higher Preparatory Examination (HF)
- Danish HHX or HTX Examination
- or equivalent foreign qualifications
As most of the instruction is given in Danish, it is essential that you have a good working knowledge of the Danish language. Applicants from outside of Scandinavia are required to pass a special Danish proficiency test in order to be accepted (the Government-controlled ”Studieprøven”) or have similar proof for Danish proficiency.
All applicants with foreign examinations must submit an application before March 15th.
All applicants outside Scandinavia are admitted through an entrance exam.
Read more about admission here (in Danish)
In order to apply for the Master programme you must have a BA in architecture and proof of good working knowledge of the Danish language. Please enclose the following to your application:
- a copy of your BA diploma
- your CV/resume
- a portfolio (max.A3)
- proof of Danish proficiency (the Government-controlled "Studieprøven" or similar test)
- application form
Your portfolio must be easy to go through (max.A3) and should give us a survey of your studies and professional practice so far. Working method, the ability to design and communicate and knowledge of architectural theories are key words.
We do not accept digital portfolios. Read more about admission here (in Danish)