Read about the admission requirements for the Multimedia Design programme at UCN
Find your specific general admission requirements in list of foreign qualifications for entry to higher education in Denmark listed by country of graduation.
You must meet one of the following admission requirements:
Facts about the programmeStart of term: September.
Entry grade point average: 9,0 in 2018.
Study places: 30 places in 2019.
Allocation of study places: 50 % in quota 1 and 50 % in quota 2.
General upper secondary education with specific admission requirements:
- English corresponding to Danish B-level (210 hours)
- Maths at Danish C-level (125 hours) or business economics C-level (75 hours) or managerial economics B-level (225 hours).
Please note: The above hours relate to the final three years of your upper secondary education. (1 hour = 60 minutes).
No additional specific academic requirements.
Data and communications technology (knowledge of office-related IT-systems, telecommunications systems, photocopiers, and computer technology etc.).
Digital media technology (knowledge of screen graphics, sound and images, texts, graphics, using software for 3D designing etc.)
Film and TV-production (fundamental knowledge of TV production and filmmaking processes, planning and carrying out recordings, editing, post production etc.)
Photographer (knowledge of photography techniques and technology, lighting, motifs, retouching, developing, editing, adding efects, pricing, conversing with clients etc.)
Graphics technician (knowledge of planning and preparing graphic print jobs and printing materials, checking finished prints etc.).
Media graphics technician (knowledge of graphics and designing on the computer, planning, executing and quality assessment of graphics tasks, digital image processing, customer contact etc.)
Signmaker (knowledge of designing signs using computer software and by hand; colours, shapes and designs; typographies; restoration of old signs, etc.)
Technical designer (knowledge of computer aided drawing of buildings and industrial plants, materials properties, price calculation, drawing up technical documentation, sales presentation material, making blueprints etc.)
To meet the entry requirements for UCN’s study programmes, you must hold a Diploma of the International Baccalaureate (i.e. you must have passed all your IB courses), and you must meet the specific entry requirements indicated below.
You must have minimum a total score of 24 IB points in order to apply for one of our English-taught programmes.
IB ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- English, B level, standard level (SL)
- Mathematical studies, standard level (SL)
Other vocational education corresponding to a Danish 3-year vocational education. In addition, you will need either business economics skills corresponding to Danish C-level or managerial economics skills corresponding to Danish B-level.
Passed qualifying course for application to Danish engineering programmes or similar from your home country.
At UCN you are expected to participate actively in class discussions along with group works and projects. You must also be able to write academic papers and take written and oral exams. Therefore, you must have a high level of English proficiency.
This means that you are expected to have English language qualifications comparable to the English B level from the Danish upper secondary school (gymnasium).
Based on a professional assessment UCN can decide that we need further documentation regarding your English skills, either by you obtaining extra documentation or by you participating in an interview conducted in English.
All applicants holding a foreign entrance examination and will apply for English taught programmes must document their English language qualifications with one of the below mentioned English tests.
- Overall score of minimum 6.5
- A minimum score of 83
- UCN’s TOEFL code is 7294
- C1 Advanced (formerly known as Cambridge English Advanced - CAE): grade C, B or A
- C2 Proficiency (formerly known as Cambridge English Proficiency – CPE): grade, C, B or A
- B2 First (formerly known as Cambridge English First – FCE): grade A
- A minimum score of 58
- Overall score of minimum 75 and also a minimum score of 75 in each subtest
- Please note that this test is only valid if taken via a UCN partner organisation
- It is the applicant’s responsibility to document this level from a CEFR-validated English language course
Deadline For September intakeYou must upload your test result by 15 March at 12 (noon) GMT+1 at the latest.
You must upload your test result by 15 December at 12 (noon) GMT+1 at the latest. (Please note that if you are a non-EU citizen, then the application deadline is 1 November at 12 (noon) GMT+1.)
Deadline For February intake
Applicants who are exempted from submitting an English test
- Applicants holding a Nordic/Duborg/International Baccalaureate (from the IB diploma programme/European Baccalaureate)
- ”Native speakers” with an English taught qualifying exam (including applicants with a qualifying examination from
- New Zealand
- Great Britain
Please note that applicants with a qualifying examination from all other countries (including African and Asian countries, where the exam has been taught in English) must submit a test.
In case we receive more applications than we have study places, we consider your professional, general, and special qualifications in addition to the admission requirements. We emphasize the following criteria (in non-prioritized order):
- Your motivation letter
- Professional work experience
- Additional education (e.g. completed parts of vocational education, completed parts of higher education, or additional upper secondary level courses)
- English language qualification
Only documented activities are assessed.
Professional experience must have a duration of minimum 3 months and should be characterized as full-time work, i.e. be equivalent to a minimum of 30 hours of work weekly to be included in the assessment. This requirement can be met by more employments that combined equals a minimum of 30 hours of employment weekly.
Further education must be full-time studies of minimum 3 months duration in order to be included in the assessment. Only 12 months of total activity can be considered in the assessment.