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Roskilde University (RU)

Roskilde University (RU) has a long-standing reputation for thinking out of the box and adopting innovative and creative approaches to interdisciplinary teaching and research. Among the university’s strong points is its focus on project work and problem-based learning.

What you can study here

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Business Studies (combination master)

Description

The master programme in Business Studies provides an in depth knowledge of the theories and methods needed to understand an individual business' construction and the role it plays, both internally and in relation to society as a whole.

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the ability combine the obtained knowledge from subjects such as Marketing and communication, Globalization and Business Policy, Corporate Governance, ethics and responsibility, Business law and economics, Innnovation, technology and experience economy, PR, legitimacy and brands, Management, strategy and organization, Finance and investments, Human resource management and business culture.
 
It will provide the student with the ability to give a mature and reflected understanding of the economy, administration and strategies of the firm, while giving the student an insight in the newest business theory.

Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.

Career Opportunities  

A combination with Business Studies aims you toward occupation in both private and public businesses and organisations as well as qualifies you for conducting research within the field.

About the Degree

The MSc in Business Studies at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Business Studies will be taken in combination with 60 ECTS of another subject at Roskilde University. 

Visit this list of common combinations within the Business Studies Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Social Science ( Social Science)
Business Studies is a combination master’s programme which combines Business Studies with one of RU's other subjects (each 60 ECTS points). Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Science (Natural Sciences)
  • Master of Social Science ( Social Science)


Admission  

To be admitted to Business Studies as a full degree graduate, you must hold a bachelor degree. 

For full degree students the application deadlines are:

March 15 for admission to the September entry (autumn semester)

Read more about the application process for full degree students.

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University.

Apply directly at Roskilde University with all relevant documentation.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Roskilde University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students outside EU, EAA, or from Switzerland. 

Find rates and more information about tuition fee at Roskilde University.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and Communication

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and Communication.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. Examples of subjects are: International communication,organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication. Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points. 
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points). 
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at Modules 1 and 2b.
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at Communication, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor's degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and Computer Science

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and Computer Science.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

At computer science, you receive a deep theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. You learn how to combine theory, method and the practical application. At the same time, you learn basic programming, information structuring and design. You learn how to go from productdescription to action plan; how to find the best solution to a problem; how to test a finished system.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of Computer Science consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The focus is on computer-based technologies and the module covers subjects such as machine construction, operating systems, distributed systems, databases, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, web technology, etc.
  • Module 2: During this module, you will specialise within a limited computer scientic field and write a project or a thesis.
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at Computer Science, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and Cultural Encounters

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and Cultural Encounters.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programme reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes of globalisation and internationalisation.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of Cultural Encounters consists of two modules, each module is the equivalent of 1 semester:
  • Module 1: Focuses on cultural and linguistic practices in a global perspective. The module contains a graduate level course, two thematic courses, one foreign language study group as well as project work.

  • Module 2: Contains a dissemination course, a thematic course, a research seminar and project work. 
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at Cultural Encounters, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")
For Further Information
How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and English

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and English.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

The study of English comprises linguistic theory, language policy, written communication, cultural communication, translation studies and literary studies. 

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of English consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Focuses on text and society. The module contains six courses and one or more specialized topics as well as project work.
  • Module 2: Completes your studies as you choose one of the following options:
    • An MA dissertation 
    • A depth module project
    • An integrated MA dissertation, where the dissertation constitutes the joint completion of both subjects of your Master studies programme
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at English, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition



About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and Global Studies

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and Global Studies.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

Global Studies focuses on the motivation forces behind the globalisation and its effect on the three central spheres of the society: The state, the markets and civil society.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of Global Studies consists of two modules with three main themes:
  • Globalisation, Political Culture, Civil Society and Social Movements
  • The Globalisation of Goods, Bads and Welfare
  • Global Politics, Global Governance, Regionalization and State Sovereignty
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at Global Studies, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and Informatics

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and Informatics.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

Informatics gives you the skills to understand the possibilities and limitations attached to the implementation and application of IT in terms of public administration, private companies, the health sector, education or cooperation relations in a company, to name some examples.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of Informatics consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The central theme is application of IT. You will learn about core areas of Informatics in regards to theories, concepts, methods and techniques related to analyzing and realizing IT applications.
  • Module 2: During this module, you work with an independently chosen, specific, advanced project within the field of Informatics.
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at Informatics, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Business Studies and International Development Studies

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Business Studies and International Development Studies.

The scientific study of businesses revolves around seing them as social and organisational systems in which behaviour is conditioned by economics. In Business Studies you work with analysis of a number of different issues around the business' use of human, economical and natural ressources. This offers several possibilities and perspectives to the study of the business ranging from a sociological angel to a more market oriented analysis of the business and its functioning.

In International Development Studies, the aim is to understand, critique and improve development as it occurs in local, national and global contexts, and in doing so, drawing on political science, political economy, geography, sociology/anthropology, area studies and ecology.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Business Studies consists of two modules: 
  • Module 1: The development, organisation & management of the firm.

  • Module 2: The economy, administration and strategy of the firm. 
The Master´s programme of International Development Studies consists of two modules. 

The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Business Studies, at International Development Studies, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Chemistry (Combinations Master)

Description

The chemistry studies and the chemistry research at Roskilde University aim at doing chemistry in a green way. This means studies in second generation bioethanol, optimization of solar cells, synthesis of new bioactive compounds, synthesis of new and useful natural products, clever use of surface active compounds and development of biosensors. The common theme is to combine chemical knowledge, to collaborate and to use advanced methods in a green fashion.

The chemistry student at Roskilde University participates in research projects 
designed to solve problems relevant to the student and  to society. In large Roskilde University performs research in the fields of synthesis and properties of natural products, and more effective ways to exploit renewable energy sources (e.g., solar cells) and to monitor environmental pollutants.   

Career Opportunities  

With a degree in Chemistry from Roskilde University you have an all round knowledge about chemical models, methods, techniques and empirical knowledge. The project work approach is often a big advantage for the typical work structure of teams and working groups.

A search in 2007 regarding candidates finishing between 2002 and 2006 shows that one third of the candidates continues as Ph.D. students at Danish or foreign universities.  Most candidates find work in research, development or quality control laboratories in the Biotech or Pharmaceutical industry.

About the Degree

The MSc in Chemistry at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Chemistry will be taken in combination 60 ECTS of another subjects on Roskilde University.
Read more about the combinations master 
Visit this list of common combinations within the Chemistry Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Admission  

Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if accepted, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
Read more about the requirements of Roskilde University

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level.
Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University 

Apply directly at Roskilde Uni with all relevant documentation.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Aarhus University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA/Switzerland. Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
Read more

Chemistry and Environmental Biology

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Chemistry and Environmental Biology.

With this combination the student will have the ideal tools for working with environmental problems from either a biological or a chemical view. The focus is within analytical chemistry and biochemical/toxicological methods in laboratory courses and in project work. The education aims at jobs within environmental science and environmental monitoring institutions.

The chemistry studies and the chemistry research at RUC aim at doing chemistry in a green way. The chemistry student at RUC participates in research from day one.

Environmental Biology has its focus on how nature works and the interaction between living organisms and their physical, chemical and biological surroundings.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Chemistry includes three mandatory courses and a number og elective courses. See a list of the courses.

The Master´s programme of Environmental Biology includes courses and project work, currently four courses and one or two projects.
Please contact the International Coordinator regarding the current courses on offer.

The teaching language is English.

International students, non Danish speaking, can apply to study Encironmental Biology in English on an exhange or guest student programme only (please note: No credit transfer to full degree programs). 


Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


Read more

Chemistry and Molecular Biology

Description

This Masters programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Chemistry and Molecular Biology.

This combination gives you a Natural Science education with a unique academic foundation for contributing to the rapid evolution in biotechnology derived from the genomics revolution that is currently taking place. New drugs and products for “green chemistry” are being developed in pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries based on the new technologies and discoveries in the interdisciplinary field of molecular biology and chemistry.

The chemistry studies and the chemistry research at RUC aim at doing chemistry in a green way. The chemistry student at RUC participates in research from day one.

Molecular biology is the biology discipline that deals with cellular macromolecules, their characteristics and interactions. In the courses of Molecular Biology, you will obtain a solid knowledge of all the central theories in Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology and you will develop your experimental skills.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Chemistry includes three mandatory courses and a number og elective courses. See a list of the courses.

In the Master´s programme of Molecular Biology, you can choose between two main profiles: 
  • The Molecular Cell Biology profile provides a deeper insight into cell biology, molecular biology and cell physiology.
  • The Bioinformatics profile gives you the opportunity to go in depth with bioinformatics in combination with cell biology.
Both profiles contain 30 ECTS project work in addition to the 30 ECTS from courses.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


Read more

Communication (Combinations Master)

Description

The master programme in Communication cover both practical and theoretical aspects of communication.

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the ability to combine the obtained knowledge from subjects such as Intercultural communication, Mediated Communication, Communication Planning and Culture and Organizational communication.
 
It will provide the student with a thorough knowledge of communication in terms of the ability to evaluate existing methods of communication and products. Further the student will gain experience with planning and designing a communikations pruduct. The student will have the opportunity top specialize in a specific part of communication, e.g. political communication, organizational communication or web communication.

Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.

Career Opportunities  

A combination master with Communication as one of the subjects aims you toward occupation within HR, project management, comsumer analytics, information consultant, editor or simalar. Depending on wich subject you combine your master with you will have different career opportunities.

About the Degree

The MSc in Communication at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Communication will be taken in combination with 60 ECTS of another subject at Roskilde University. 
Read more about the combinations master 
Visit this list of common combinations within the Communications Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Social Science ( Social Science)


Admission  

Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if accepted, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University.

Apply directly at Roskilde University with all relevant documentation.


Read more about the requirements of Roskilde University. 

Read more about the application process for full degree students.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Roskilde University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students outside EU, EAA, or from Switzerland. 

Find rates and more information about tuition fee at Roskilde University.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
Read more

Communication (Combinations Master) (Copy)

Description

The master programme in Communication cover both practical and theoretical aspects of communication.

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the ability to combine the obtained knowledge from subjects such as Intercultural communication, Mediated Communication, Communication Planning and Culture and Organizational communication.
 
It will provide the student with a thorough knowledge of communication in terms of the ability to evaluate existing methods of communication and products. Further the student will gain experience with planning and designing a communikations pruduct. The student will have the opportunity top specialize in a specific part of communication, e.g. political communication, organizational communication or web communication.

Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.

Career Opportunities  

A combination master with Communication as one of the subjects aims you toward occupation within HR, project management, comsumer analytics, information consultant, editor or simalar. Depending on wich subject you combine your master with you will have different career opportunities.

About the Degree

The MSc in Communication at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Communication will be taken in combination with 60 ECTS of another subject at Roskilde University. 
Read more about the combinations master 
Visit this list of common combinations within the Communications Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Social Science ( Social Science)


Admission  

Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if accepted, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University.

Apply directly at Roskilde University with all relevant documentation.


Read more about the requirements of Roskilde University. 

Read more about the application process for full degree students.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Roskilde University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students outside EU, EAA, or from Switzerland. 

Find rates and more information about tuition fee at Roskilde University.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
Read more

Communication and Computer Science

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Communication and Computer Science.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. Examples of subjects are: International communication,organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication. Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

At Computer Science, you receive a deep theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. You learn how to combine theory, method and the practical application. At the same time, you learn basic programming, information structuring and design. You learn how to go from productdescription to action plan; how to find the best solution to a problem; how to test a finished system.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points. 
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points).
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at Modules 1 and 2b

The Master´s programme of Computer Science consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The focus is on computer-based technologies and the module covers subjects such as machine construction, operating systems, distributed systems, databases, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, web technology, etc.
  • Module 2: During this module, you will specialise within a limited computer scientic field and write a project or a thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Communication and Cultural Encounters

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Communication and Cultural Encounters.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. Examples of subjects are: International communication,organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication. Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programme reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes of globalisation and internationalisation.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points. 
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points).
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at Modules 1 and 2b.
The Master´s programme of Cultural Encounters consists of two Master´s modules, each module is the equivalent of 1 semester:
  • Module 1: The 1st graduate module focuses on cultural and linguistic practices in a global perspective.The module contains a graduate level course, two thematic courses, one foreign language study group as well as project work.

  • Module 2: Contains a dissemination course, a thematic course, a research seminar and project work. 

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

Read more

Communication and English

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Communication and English.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. Examples of subjects are: International communication,organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication. Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

The study of English comprises linguistic theory, language policy, written communication, cultural communication, translation studies and literary studies. 

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points. 
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points). 
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at Modules 1 and 2b.
The study of English consists of two Master´s modules:
  • Module 1: Focuses on text and society.The module contains six courses and one or more specialized topics as well as project work.
  • Module 2: Completes your studies as you choose one of the following options:
    • An MA dissertation 
    • A depth module project
    • An integrated MA dissertation, where the dissertation constitutes the joint completion of both subjects of your Master studies programme.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


Read more

Communication and Global Studies

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Communication and Global Studies.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. Examples of subjects are: International communication, organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication.
Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

Global Studies focuses on the motivation forces behind the globalisation and its effect on the three central spheres of the society: The state, the markets and civil society.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points.
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points). 
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at modules 1 and 2b.
The Master´s programme of Global Studies consists of two modules with three main themes:
  • Globalisation, Political Culture, Civil Society and Social Movements
  • The Globalisation of Goods, Bads and Welfare
  • Global Politics, Global Governance, Regionalization and State Sovereignty

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


Read more

Computer Science (Combinations Master)

Description

The master programme in Computer Science is about computers, programs and data. You will receive a deep theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. 

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the ability to combine theory, method and the practical application. You will learn how to develop IT systems which are both functional, solid and safe, but also useful to the people who need to use them. The obtained knowledge come from subjects such as Robot technology, IT systems in health care, Smartphone apps in events, Digitalization of private organizationsm, Artificial intelligence, IT safety, Computer games, or IT and digital signature.
 
Computer science at Roskilde University strives at providing the students with broad knowledge within the research area of Computer Science along with the opportunity for the student to create his or her own academic profile through the choice of courses and project subjects.

Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.

Career Opportunities  

Most Masters from Roskilde University are employed in the private sector, but more and more jobs are created in the public sector as IT becomes a bigger part of our lives. In the public sector, masters are mostly employed as researchers and professors at universities or other education institutions, as well as administration and counseling jobs.

In the private sector, you can work with design, software development, maintaining existing systems and counseling. A growing field is IT security where you test and enhance security in existing systems. Companies using masters in Computer Science cover everything from graphics, bioinformatics, banking/finance, medicine technology, defence systems, web technology, public administration, information management, IT security, insurance, production management and much more. Many start their own companies.

 As a Masters from RU, your job opportunities will depend on your other subject as well.

About the Degree

The MSc in Computer Science at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Somputer Science will be taken in combination with 60 ECTS of another subject at Roskilde University. 
Read more about the combinations master 
Visit this list of common combinations within the Computer Science Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Science ( Social Science)


Admission  

Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination msters. If this is not the case the student, if accepted, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University.

Apply directly at Roskilde University with all relevant documentation.


Read more about the requirements of Roskilde University. 

Read more about the application process for full degree students.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Roskilde University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students outside EU, EAA, or from Switzerland. 

Find rates and more information about tuition fee at Roskilde University.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
Read more

Computer Science and Molecular Biology

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Computer Science and Molecular Biology.

In this combination, you obtain both the molecular biology knowledge, skills and competencies to critically analyse the results generated with existing bioinformatics tools as well as the computer science knowledge and skills to contribute to development of the bioinformatics programs.


At computer science, you receive a theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. You learn how to combine theory, method and the practical application. At the same time, you learn basic programming, information structuring and design.

Molecular biology is the biology discipline that deals with cellular macromolecules, their characteristics and interactions. In the courses of Molecular Biology, you will obtain a solid knowledge of all the central theories in Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology and you will develop your experimental skills.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Computer Science consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The focus is on computer-based technologies and the module covers subjects such as machine construction, operating systems, distributed systems, databases, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, web technology, etc.
  • Module 2: During this module, you will specialise within a limited computer scientic field and write a project or a thesis.
In the Master´s programme of Molecular Biology, you can choose between two main profiles: 
  • The Molecular Cell Biology profile provides a deeper insight into cell biology, molecular biology and cell physiology.
  • The Bioinformatics profile gives you the opportunity to go in depth with bioinformatics in combination with cell biology.
Both profiles contain 30 ECTS project work in addition to the 30 ECTS from courses.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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Cultural Encounters

Description

The master programme in Computer Science is about computers, programs and data. You will receive a deep theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. 

The objective of the course is to provide the student with the ability to combine theory, method and the practical application. You will learn how to develop IT systems which are both functional, solid and safe, but also useful to the people who need to use them. The obtained knowledge come from subjects such as Robot technology, IT systems in health care, Smartphone apps in events, Digitalization of private organizationsm, Artificial intelligence, IT safety, Computer games, or IT and digital signature.
 
Computer science at Roskilde University strives at providing the students with broad knowledge within the research area of Computer Science along with the opportunity for the student to create his or her own academic profile through the choice of courses and project subjects.

Teaching varies between lectures and classroom instruction. In addition, there is often project work together with other students. Students are encouraged to participate in class discussions.

Career Opportunities  

Most Masters from Roskilde University are employed in the private sector, but more and more jobs are created in the public sector as IT becomes a bigger part of our lives. In the public sector, masters are mostly employed as researchers and professors at universities or other education institutions, as well as administration and counseling jobs.

In the private sector, you can work with design, software development, maintaining existing systems and counseling. A growing field is IT security where you test and enhance security in existing systems. Companies using masters in Computer Science cover everything from graphics, bioinformatics, banking/finance, medicine technology, defence systems, web technology, public administration, information management, IT security, insurance, production management and much more. Many start their own companies.

As a Masters from Roskilde University, your job opportunities will depend on your other subject as well.

About the Degree

The MSc in Cultural Encounters at Roskilde is a combinations master. This means that 60 ECTS of Cultural Encoyunters will be taken in combination with 60 ECTS of another subject at Roskilde University. 
Read more about the combinations master 
Visit this list of common combinations within the Computer Science Master

Depending on the combination of courses the tuition fee of the combinations master may vary.

Depending on the main study area of the master thesis the programme leads to one of the following degrees:
  • Master of Arts (Humanities)
  • Master of Science ( Social Science)


Admission  

Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination msters. If this is not the case the student, if accepted, will be required to do prerequisite studies at bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.

In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. Read about the language requirements of Roskilde University.

Apply directly at Roskilde University with all relevant documentation.

Read more about the requirements of Roskilde University. 

Read more about the application process for full degree students.

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Roskilde University directly. A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education → http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students outside EU, EAA, or from Switzerland. 

Find rates and more information about tuition fee at Roskilde University.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at → http://en.fivu.dk/.

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
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Cultural Encounters and Global Studies

Description
This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Cultural Encounters and Global Studies.

Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programme reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes of globalisation and internationalisation.

Global Studies focuses on the motivation forces behind the globalisation and its effect on the three central spheres of the society: The state, the markets and civil society.

About the degree

The study programme Cultural Encounters consists of two Master´s modules, each module is the equivalent of 1 semester:
  • Module 1: Focuses on cultural and linguistic practices in a global perspective. The module contains a graduate level course, two thematic courses, one foreign language study group as well as project work.

  • Module 2: Contains a dissemination course, a thematic course, a research seminar and project work. 
The Master´s programme of Global Studies consists of two modules with three main themes:
  • Globalisation, Political Culture, Civil Society and Social Movements
  • The Globalisation of Goods, Bads and Welfare
  • Global Politics, Global Governance, Regionalization and State Sovereignty
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Cultural Encounters, at Global Studies, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Cultural Encounters and International Development Studies

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Cultural Encounters and International Development Studies.

Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programme reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes of globalisation and internationalisation.

In International Development Studies, the aim is to understand, critique and improve development as it occurs in local, national and global contexts, and in doing so, drawing on political science, political economy, geography, sociology/anthropology, area studies and ecology.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Cultural Encounters consists of two Master´s modules, each module is the equivalent of 1 semester:
  • Module 1: The 1st graduate module focuses on cultural and linguistic practices in a global perspective.The module contains a graduate level course, two thematic courses, one foreign language study group as well as project work.

  • Module 2: Contains a dissemination course, a thematic course, a research seminar and project work. 
The Master´s programme of International Development Studies consists of two modules. 

The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at Cultural Encounters, at International Development Studies, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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English and Cultural Encounters

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), English and Cultural Encounters.

Both English and Cultural Encounters deals with the connection between language and identity in relation to the nation and the national culture.

The study of English comprises linguistic theory, language policy, written communication, cultural communication, translation studies and literary studies.

Cultural Encounters focuses on the study of cultural identities and symbolic representational and interpretational forms through an international, cross-cultural and global perspective. It is particularly concerned with problems related to processes where cultural identities and representations interact and are exchanged. As such the study programme reflects a cultural interface resulting from the intensified processes of globalisation and internationalisation.

About the degree

The study of English consists of two Master´s modules:
  • Module 1: Focuses on text and society.The module contains six courses and one or more specialized topics as well as project work.
  • Module 2: Completes your studies as you choose one of the following options:
    • An MA dissertation 
    • A depth module project
    • An integrated MA dissertation, where the dissertation constitutes the joint completion of both subjects of your Master studies programme
The study programme Cultural Encounters consists of two Master´s modules, each module is the equivalent of 1 semester:
  • Module 1: The 1st graduate module focuses on cultural and linguistic practices in a global perspective.The module contains a graduate level course, two thematic courses, one foreign language study group as well as project work.

  • Module 2: Contains a dissemination course, a thematic course, a research seminar and project work. 
The teaching language is English.

You can choose to write your thesis at English, at Cultural Encounters, or as an integrated thesis, combining both of your subjects in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Environmental Biology and Molecular Biology

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Environmental Biology and Molecular Biology.

With this combination, you aquire the skills and compentencies both for field studies and for using the newest molecular techniques in biology. This combination is very attractive both for students that aim at a career in environmental monitoring and for students that want to pursue a career in research.  

Environmental Biology has its focus on how nature works and the interaction between living organisms and their physical, chemical and biological surroundings.

Molecular biology is the biology discipline that deals with cellular macromolecules, their characteristics and interactions. In the courses of Molecular Biology, you will obtain a solid knowledge of all the central theories in Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology and you will develop your experimental skills.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Environmental Biology includes courses and project work, currently four courses and one or two projects.

The teaching language is English.

Please contact the International Coordinator regarding the current courses on offer.

In the Master´s rogramme of Molecular Biology, you can choose between two main profiles: 
  • The Molecular Cell Biology profile provides a deeper insight into cell biology, molecular biology and cell physiology.
  • The Bioinformatics profile gives you the opportunity to go in depth with bioinformatics in combination with cell biology.
Both profiles contain 30 ECTS project work in addition to the 30 ECTS from courses.

International students, non Danish speaking, can apply to study Encironmental Biology in English on an exhange or guest student programme only (please note: No credit transfer to full degree programs). 

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish bachelor degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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Global Studies

Description

Global Studies focus on the motivation forces behind the globalisation and its effect on the three central spheres of the society: The state, the markets and civil society.

Global Studies are centered around three main themes: 
  • Globalisation, Political Culture, Civil Society and Social Movements
  • The Globalisation of Goods, Bads and Welfare
  • Global Politics, Global Governance, Regionalization and State Sovereignty

Career Opportunities 

The objective of Global Studies is to produce graduates with an interdisciplinary understanding of the political, social and economic processes and consequences of globalisation. On this foundation, graduates can fill business positions which require indepth insight into international political control, international development, global social change, European integration and transnational economic dynamics. Graduates will also be capable of occupying positions which require a thorough understanding of the interplay between Danish societal conditions and international and global processes of change. The study programmes are oriented towards employment within both the public and private sectors.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Global Studies consists of four modules.

All courses and lectures are taught in English and the project work is in English as well.

Admission

You can be accepted for the Master´s programme with a combined Bachelor´s degree with International Studies as one of your subjects. International Studies is a new
Bachelor´s
 degree combining EU Studies, Global Studies and International Development Studies.

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are
 
Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:

  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


Read more

Global Studies and International Development Studies

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Global Studies and International Development Studies.

Global Studies focuses on the motivation forces behind the globalisation and its effect on the three central spheres of the society: The state, the markets and civil society.

In International Development Studies, the aim is to understand, critique and improve development as it occurs in local, national and global contexts, and in doing so, drawing on political science, political economy, geography, sociology/anthropology, area studies and ecology.

About the degree

The Master´s programme of Global Studies consists of two modules with three main themes:
  • Globalisation, Political Culture, Civil Society and Social Movements
  • The Globalisation of Goods, Bads and Welfare
  • Global Politics, Global Governance, Regionalization and State Sovereignty
The Master´s programme of International Development Studies consists of two modules. 

The teaching language is English.

You write your thesis at Global Studies, at International Development Studies or as a so-called integrated thesis, where both of your graduate subjects are included in an interdisciplinary thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Humanities (Dual-subject BA)

Description

The International Bachelor Study Programme in the Humanities at Roskilde University is based on problem-oriented project work and interdisciplinarity within the broad field of the Humanities.

The study process is organised into two parallel study activities: project work and courses.The two forms of study, project work and course participation, each constitute 50% of the basic studies.

Starting from the general, interdisciplinary entry level, you gradually move towards specialization in two subject modules, designing a strong academic profile of your choice.

The core subjects of the humanities are: 
  • Communication Studies
  • Cultural Encounters
  • English
  • Philosophy and Science Studies (requires Danish)
These can be combined with each other or with subjects from natural science, social sciences and humanities & technology in the final, dual specialization. 

Read a complete list of possible combinations here

Career Opportunities  

With a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology you can continue your studies on a Master’s programme in the fields of Chemical Engineering or Oil and Gas Technology. Your future work place may then be a consulting engineering company, a production company, a ministry or maybe you would like to become Phd student at the university or at a research institution.As a chemical engineer you can work with for instance
  • development of new materials for medical equipment
  • production of cheap solar cells for energy production
  • production of enzymes
  • teaching



About the Degree

The bachelor's degree at Roskilde University is dual in nature and its specialization. The first three semesters students learn basic analysis, methodologies and techniques of crucial bearing to their chosen academic discipline (Humanities, Sociology or Natural Science). 

The last three semesters students specialize in two equal bachelor subjects. One of the subjects must be in line with the chosen academic discipline; the other subject can be chosen from any of the Roskilde University's international bachelor disciplines - natural science, humanities, social sciences and humanities and technology.

Admission  

Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications.



In addition, documentation may be required verifying that your proficiency in English is at a specified level. 
Read about the language requirements of Aalborg University 
  
Apply through the national electronic admission system, optagelse.dk with all relevant documentation.
Read more about applying via optagelse.dk 

To find out whether the level of your foreign certificate or diploma satisfies the general entry requirements, you should contact Aalborg University directly. 

A list of the most commonly recognized exams and diplomas can be found at the Danish Agency for Higher Education 
http://en.fivu.dk/recognition

Exchange students should contact their home institution for information on application procedures and deadlines.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside EU/EAA/Switzerland. Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://en.fivu.dk/

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System
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Informatics and Communication

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Informatics and Communication.

Informatics gives you the skills to understand the possibilities and limitations attached to the implementation and application of IT in terms of public administration, private companies, the health sector, education or cooperation relations in a company, to name some examples.

The International Track in Communication Studies represents a response to the challenges of an increasingly globalized society. E
xamples of subjects: International communication,organizational communication, net-based communication, intercultural communication, health communication. Practical courses may be on production or may involve methods of data collection and analysis.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Informatics consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The central theme is application of IT. You will learn about core areas of Informatics in regards to theories, concepts, methods and techniques related to analyzing and realizing IT applications.
  • Module 2: During this module, you work with an independently chosen, specific, advanced project within the field of Informatics.

The Master´s programme of Communication Studies consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: Combines two courses and a project work resulting in a report that forms the starting point for an oral exam for a total of 30 ECTS-points. 
  • Module 2a is the dissertation module. Module 2a students form groups at the start of the semester, apply for acceptance of their project proposal and are assigned a supervisor, and then embark on a project that equals one semester of full time work (30 ECTS-points). 
    Module 2b is only for students who are not going to write a dissertation at Communication Studies (fx. exchange students and guest students). Module 2b should be completed in conformity with the regulations applying to module 1. You are not allowed to take identical courses at Modules 1 and 2b

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Informatics and Computer Science

Description

This Masters programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Informatics and Computer Science.

Informatics gives you the skills to understand the possibilities and limitations attached to the implementation and application of IT in terms of public administration, private companies, the health sector, education or cooperation relations in a company, to name some examples.

At Computer Science, you receive a deep theoretical and methodological understanding of computer science’s core material. You learn how to combine theory, method and the practical application. At the same time, you learn basic programming, information structuring and design. You learn how to go from productdescription to action plan; how to find the best solution to a problem; how to test a finished system.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Informatics consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The central theme is application of IT. You will learn about core areas of Informatics in regards to theories, concepts, methods and techniques related to analyzing and realizing IT applications.
  • Module 2: During this module, you work with an independently chosen, specific, advanced project within the field of Informatics.
The Master´s programme of Computer Science consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The focus is on computer-based technologies and the module covers subjects such as machine construction, operating systems, distributed systems, databases, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, web technology, etc.
  • Module 2: During this module, you will specialise within a limited computer scientic field and write a project or a thesis.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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Informatics and Molecular Biology

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Informatics and Molecular Biology.

Informatics gives you the skills to understand the possibilities and limitations attached to the implementation and application of IT in terms of public administration, private companies, the health sector, education or cooperation relations in a company, to name some examples.

Molecular biology is the biology discipline that deals with cellular macromolecules, their characteristics and interactions. In the courses of Molecular Biology, you will obtain a solid knowledge of all the central theories in Biochemistry, Genetics, Cell Biology and Physiology and you will develop your experimental skills.

About the Degree

The Master´s programme of Informatics consists of two modules:
  • Module 1: The central theme is application of IT. You will learn about core areas of Informatics in regards to theories, concepts, methods and techniques related to analyzing and realizing IT applications.
  • Module 2: During this module, you work with an independently chosen, specific, advanced project within the field of Informatics.
In the Master Study Programme of Molecular Biology, you can choose between two main profiles: 
  • The Molecular Cell Biology profile provides a deeper insight into cell biology, molecular biology and cell physiology.
  • The Bioinformatics profile gives you the opportunity to go in depth with bioinformatics in combination with cell biology.
Both profiles contain 30 ECTS project work in addition to the 30 ECTS from courses.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish bachelor degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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International Bachelor Study Program in Natural Science

Description

During the first 1½ years, you are introduced to basic methodology used to study nature in the form of experiments, analyses and models. You can take courses within the subjects Computer Science, Environmental Biology, Molecular Biology, Physics, Geography, Chemistry, Mathematics,Theory of Science Studies and Educational Theory of the Natural Sciences. Some courses are optional, others are mandatory.

During the last 1½ years, you specialise in two parallel Bachelor subjects. One subject must be within the Natural Sciences. 

You can choose your other subject from any of the Roskilde University Bachelor disciplines. It can be in the Natural Science as well as the Humanities, the Social Sciences or the Humanities and Technology.

Career Opportunities

On the succesfull completion of the programme, you will be awarded a Bachelor degree. Students completing the Bachelor programme in Natural Sciences are entitled to the Bachelor of Science (BSc) title (with specification) followed by the specific names of the subjects.

Admission

Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications.
See which certificates that are accepted as equivalent to Danish entrance examinations

Applicants who hold other certificates than those mentioned  can find guidelines to the assessment of their qualifications at the web site of the Danish agency for International Education: en.iu.dk/recognition

See a list of additional entry requirements

Apply through the national electronic admission system, optagelse.dk with all relevant documentation.
Read more about applying via optagelse.dk

Read more about how to apply.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

Applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination have to pay an application fee.The application fee will only be refunded if you are admitted to the university and start at the programme you have been admitted to, i.e. you are registered as an active student as of February 1 or September 1 in the year of admission depending on which entry you have applied for.The application fee will not be refunded under any other circumstances.

  • If you are a citizen from a country within the EU/EEA or a citizen in Switzerland. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you hold a Danish entry examination: Studentereksamen, HHX, HTX, HF, GIF, exam from “Duborg-skolen”, færøsk studentereksamen or GU-eksamen. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you do not hold a Danish entry examination.You are required to pay the application fee.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")
Read more about the application fee

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System



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International Bachelor Study Programme in Humanities

Description

The programme is based on problem-oriented project work and interdisciplinarity within the broad field of the Humanities.Starting from the general, interdisciplinary entry level, you gradually move towards specialization in two subject modules, designing an academic profile of your choice.

During the first 1½ years, you get an interdisciplinary introduction to key theories and methods within the Humanities field and you acquire knowledge of the subjects Linguistic Science, Literary Analysis, Journalism and Modern Media. In addition, you take courses in History, Cultural Studies, Educational Theory and Psychology.

During the last 1½ years, you specialise in two parallel Bachelor subjects. One subject must be within the Humanities field. 
You choose the other subject from largely all RU Bachelor subjects and preferably across the main areas, namely the Humanities, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences.

Career Opportunities

On the succesfull completion of the programme, you will be awarded a Bachelor degree.

About the Degree

All lectures, exams and written assignments will be conducted in English.

Admission

Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications.
See which certificates that are accepted as equivalent to Danish entrance examinations

Applicants who hold other certificates than those mentioned  can find guidelines to the assessment of their qualifications at the web site of the Danish agency for International Education: en.iu.dk/recognition

See a list of additional entry requirements

Apply through the national electronic admission system, optagelse.dk with all relevant documentation.
Read more about applying via optagelse.dk 

Read more about how to apply.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

Applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination have to pay an application fee.The application fee will only be refunded if you are admitted to the university and start at the programme you have been admitted to, i.e. you are registered as an active student as of February 1 or September 1 in the year of admission depending on which entry you have applied for.The application fee will not be refunded under any other circumstances.

  • If you are a citizen from a country within the EU/EEA or a citizen in Switzerland. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you hold a Danish entry examination: Studentereksamen, HHX, HTX, HF, GIF, exam from “Duborg-skolen”, færøsk studentereksamen or GU-eksamen. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you do not hold a Danish entry examination.You are required to pay the application fee.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")
Read more about the application fee

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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International Bachelor Study Programme in Social Science

Description

In this Bachelor programme you acquire broad knowledge within the Social Sciences field and expert knowledge in two Bachelor subjects.


During the first 1½ years, you get an interdisciplinary introduction to key theories and methods within the Social Sciences field and acquire knowledge within the subjects, Business Administration, Political Sciences, Sociology and Planning Space and Resources.

During the last 1½ years, you specialise in two parallel Bachelor subjects. One subject must be within the Social Sciences field, i.e. BSc of Business Administration
, Business Studies or International Studies.
You choose the other subject from largely all RUC Bachelor subjects and preferably across the main areas, namely the Social Sciences, the Natural Sciences, the Humanities or the Humanities and Technology.

Career Opportunities

Students completing the Bachelor programme in Natural Sciences are entitled to the Bachelor of Science (BSc) title (with specification) followed by the specific names of the subjects.

Admission

Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications.
See which certificates that are accepted as equivalent to Danish entrance examinations

Applicants who hold other certificates than those mentioned  can find guidelines to the assessment of their qualifications at the web site of the Danish agency for International Education: en.iu.dk/recognition

See a list of additional entry requirements

Apply through the national electronic admission system, optagelse.dk with all relevant documentation.
Read more about applying via optagelse.dk 

Read more about how to apply.

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

Applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination have to pay an application fee.The application fee will only be refunded if you are admitted to the university and start at the programme you have been admitted to, i.e. you are registered as an active student as of February 1 or September 1 in the year of admission depending on which entry you have applied for.The application fee will not be refunded under any other circumstances.

  • If you are a citizen from a country within the EU/EEA or a citizen in Switzerland. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you hold a Danish entry examination: Studentereksamen, HHX, HTX, HF, GIF, exam from “Duborg-skolen”, færøsk studentereksamen or GU-eksamen. You are not required to pay the application fee.
  • If you are a citizen from a country outside the EU/EEA and you do not hold a Danish entry examination.You are required to pay the application fee.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")
Read more about the application fee

For Further Information

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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International Public Administration and Politics

Description

The master's in International Public Administration and Politics (IPAP) educates highly-skilled professionals with the knowledge and competences needed to act effectively in an increasingly complex global and international environment. IPAP draws from the fields of public administration and political science and focuses on Europe and the Western World.

1. sem.
  • Obligatory course 1 Civil Servants in International Public Administration and Politics with methods and skills course on Communication in an Intercultural Context
  • Obligatory course 2 Institutions and Actors in International Public Administration and Politics with advanced methods and skills course on Data Analysis and Statistics
  • Obligatory course 3 International Public Economics 
2. sem.
  • Project 1
  • Obligatory course 4Europeanization of Politics and Public Policy
  • Obligatory course 5Comparative Public Administration
  • Method course 1Negotiation Techniques in a Cross Border Context
3. sem.
  • Project 2
  • Optional course 1
  • Optional course 2
  • Method course 2
  • Or:Internship based project
4. sem.
  • Master Thesis

Career Opportunities

IPAP graduates will find employment as administrators, managers and policy advisors in public and private organisations with international dimensions to their activities. This includes positions in public authorities at local, regional, state, European and international levels as well as non-governmental organisations, think tanks and private companies operating in cross-border and transnational contexts. 

About the degree

IPAP focuses on the interplay between politics and public administration and on the interaction between different levels of governance in policy making. These levels span from sub-national and national levels over EU, European, inter- and transnational levels.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme. Read more about the requirements
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Mathematics and Physics

Description

This Master´s programme is a combination of two equal subjects (each 60 ECTS points), Mathematics and Physics.

The study of Mathematics has its focus on both Matchematics as a seperate subject as well as on interdisciplinary combinations within other fields of study. In addition, the study of Mathematics also has its focus on the history, philosophy and didactics of Mathematics. 

The study of Physics gives the student a deep insight into the basic disciplines of Physics, for example electrodynamics, thermodynamics and quantum mechanics. Furthermore you will learn how to put Physics into a larger perspective in relation to society, history and philosophy.

About the Degree

Both the study programme of Mathematics and the study programme of Physics consist of four mandatory Master´s courses (each 7,5 ECTS points) and project work.
 

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish bachelor degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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Science in Environmental Risk

Description

Although the emphasis is on the theories and methods of natural sciences (e.g. environmental biology, geology, geography, chemistry, and ecotoxicology), the program includes elements of relevant social sciences (e.g. environmental planning, management and regulation and environmental economics) so that the students learn how science is put into practice in the real world assessment and management of risks.

The programme is a 2-year master’s programme (120 ECTS), which consists of a group of joint introductory courses (obligatory courses) and profiling courses, for 30 ECTS each. The programme is completed with a Master’s thesis (60 ECTS). This means that is it not possible to combine Environmental Risk with other Master programmes at RUC.

Read more about the study structure

Career opportunities

You will be well qualified for employment as an environmental manager, -consultant, -officer or -coordinator in various national and international government agencies, at organisations such as the European Commission, European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) and European Environment Agency (EEA), local municipal environmental divisions, in environmental science consultancies such as DHI and COWI, environmental divisions of private companies and within the chemicals industry.

About the Degree

Environmental Risk is a two-year, multi-disciplinary, international Master's programme that gives the student the scientific knowledge and methodology to assess and manage environmental issues on a large scale. The program is based on an interdisciplinary approach to solving environmental problems.

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish bachelor degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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Social Sciences in Economics and Business Administration

Description

The weight in this Master's degree is on theoretic aspects of management, which will be related to practical ways of leading. A number of relevant fields of interest within the subject of Social Sciences and Economics and Business Administration could be the following:

  • Project Management and self management;
  • Customer Relation Management (CRM) and Account Management;
  • Facility Management;
  • Business Process Management and Management Information Systems;
  • Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR);
  • Human Ressource Management (HRM)

About the Degree

The Master of Social Sciences in Economics & Business Administration consists of four modules:
  • Master module 1: Advanced Economics & Business Administration
  • Master module 2: Enterprise development: Innovation & ICT
  • Master module 3: The enterprise's institutional framework in the globalised marketplace
  • Master module 4: Thesis module - enterprise administration and strategic management

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish bachelor degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition. 

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition

About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System

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Social Sciences in Economics and Business Administration

Description

The weight in this Master's degree is on theoretic aspects of management, which will be related to practical ways of leading. 
Relevant fields of interest within the subject of Economics and Business Administration could be for example Project Management and Self Management, Customer Relation Management and Account Management, Facility Management, Business Process Management and Management Information Systems, Corporate Governance and Corporate Social Responsibility, Human Ressource Management.

About the degree

The study programme consists of four master modules:

  1. Advanced Economics & Business Administration. The objective of the module is to provide the student with insight into the organisation, management and development of an enterprise's internal and external resouces and functions. 
  2. Enterprise development: Innovation & ICT. The objective of the module is to provide in-depth insight into development processes in the enterprise, including organisational development and advanced strategic theory. The module is also intended to provide knowledge of innovation theory and entrepreneurship, and train the student's ability to work with the analytical tools of business studies, including accounts and financial analysis, in order to study the company's development.
  3. The enterprise's institutional framework in the globalised marketplace. The objective of the module is to provide insight into theories of corporate institutional frameworks and processes, and develop the student's understanding of the new requirements towards the interplay of enterprises with the surrounding world, including relations with the labour market. It is also intended to provide the student with an understanding of the enterprise's strategic responses to changes in institutionalisation processes.
  4. Thesis module - enterprise administration and strategic management. The objective of the module is for students to combine the skills they have acquired from the other master's modules by writing a thesis. 

Admission

The general requirements for admission to the Master’s programme are:
  • A Bachelor's degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor´s degree within the field of study of the Master’s programme.
    Students who wish to apply for a combination Master’s programme must have an educational background which is relevant to both subjects of the combination. If this is not the case the student, if generally qualified, will be required to do prerequisite studies at Bachelor level within the subjects for which the student is not fully qualified.
     
  • Fluency in both spoken and written English. IELTS: 6.5 or TOEFL paper-based: 550 or TOEFL computer-based: 225 or TOEFL internet-based: 80.
    Applicants whose native language is English or applicants whose first university degree was completed at an English speaking university need not enclose a proficiency test. Documentation regarding this must be enclosed.
Documentation and enclosures that are required

How and where to apply

At RUC you can enrol as a guest student or as an exchange student. Read more about your possibillities using the following links:

Tuition

There is a tuition fee for all full-time degree students who hold a citizenship from outside of EU/EAA/Switzerland.

Students within an exchange programme are not required to pay tuition.

RUC charges an application fee for applicants from countries outside EU/EEA and Switzerland, who do not hold a Danish entry examination or a Bachelor´s degree issued by a Danish university.

If you are granted one of the following types of residence permit, you are not required to pay the application fee:
  • A permanent residence permit in Denmark ("Permanent opholdstilladelse")
  • A temporary residence permit with the possibility of a permanent residence in Denmark ("Opholdstilladelse med mulighed for varigt ophold")
  • A residence permit in Denmark according to the EU/EEA regulations (Opholdstilladelse jf. EF/EØS bekendtgørelsen")

For Further Information

How to contact RUC

Information from the Danish Agency for Higher Education can be located at http://ufm.dk/en

You will find information about the Danish assessment of foreign qualifications in Guide to diploma recognition


About the Educational System in general visit the section The Danish Higher Education System


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