Forms and links for application – University of Copenhagen

Forms and links for application

Link for the online application:
Application Portal

  • Application for non-EU/EEA students opens 15th November 2018
  • Application for EU/EEA and Swiss students opens 16th January 2019

One important point to note when initiating your online application is that, because the application procedure for EnvEuro is administered through the University of Copenhagen, you must select ‘The University of Copenhagen’ in the section for the application in the drop-down menu listing the different Danish universities. You will get to choose home university at a later stage in the application).

Login user guide: Help guide for the Application Portal

Enveuro Information Form - needs to be printet and signed before upload to the application portal.

Institution specific application requirements:

SLU:
Swedish University Admissions: If you apply with SLU as your home university, an additional application for the EnvEuro programme must be submitted through the national Swedish application system by the deadline on 15 January, 2019. EU/EEA/Swiss students ONLY have the option to submit a late application between 15 March - 15 April.

BOKU:
EnvEuro Information Form: If you apply with BOKU as your home university, you must print out, fill in and sign the EnvEuro Information Form. Along with your full application from the online application portal, you need to send them by certified mail to:

Center for International Relations
University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna (BOKU)
Peter Jordan Strasse 82a
A-1190 Vienna, Austria

UCPH:

If you apply with UCPH as your home university you must upload following documentation for your application:

1) Self-assessment: The self-assessment is an overview of the courses from your bachelor’s degree, which cover the specific admission requirements of the MSc programme at UCPH. Please include completed courses as well as courses you will complete before study start in September as part of your Bachelor’s degree. You make your self-assessment yourself – for example as a pdf. See examples of self-assessments

If your educational institution does not use the ECTS credit system - Read more about how you can convert your educational institution's credit system to the ECTS credit system.

Deadline to upload your self-assessment: 1 March

2) Course descriptions of former courses: In the course descriptions of former courses (undertaken in your Bachelor’s degree), you need to include the courses relevant to the MSc programme you are applying for.

The course descriptions have to be in English or a Scandinavian language (Danish, Swedish or Norwegian). We accept course descriptions translated by yourself.

What is valid as a course description? The document can be photocopies from your educational institute's academic handbook, course lists or printouts from the website. They should describe what was required of you in order to complete the courses, what you studied and the hours of study of each course.

If your educational institute does not offer course descriptions. We accept course descriptions written by yourself. Please be sure to include:

  • All topics covered in the courses
  • What was required to complete the courses
  • Credits of the courses
  • Hours of lectures
  • Literature used in connection with the courses

Deadline to upload your course descriptions: 1 March

3) Citizens from a country outside the EU, EEA or Switzerland, who apply with UCPH as their home university, must pay an application fee.

If you have any questions about the application procedure, please contact the EnvEuro Secretariat via e-mail: enveuro@science.ku.dk

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