Admission

Admission requirements and procedure for the Product Development and Integrative Technology programme at UCN

Start of term

The programme starts once a year in September.


Study places

Start of term September 2017: UCN offers 15 study places on the programme.


Entry qualifications

  • English proficiency corresponding to Danish B-level, and either
  • An AP Degree in Automation Engineering
  • An AP Degree in Energy Technology
  • An AP Degree in Service Engineering, Electricity and Strong Current
  • An AP Degree in Service Engineering, HVAC
  • An AP Degree in IT Network and Electronics Technology
  • An AP Degree in Production Technology

Other relevant technical educations may also qualify you for admittance.

Selection criteria

If the number of applicants exceeds the number of spaces available, we will assess your discipline-specific, general and special qualifications and weight the following criteria (in order of priority)

  • Grade average from qualifying exam
  • Other relevant education

English language entry requirements

Which English tests does UCN accept?

We accept the following English tests:

IELTS (preferred)

Overall grade of 6.0 with a minimum of 6.0 in each of the subtests

TOEFL

Internet-based test: minimum score of 85

Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English

Pass at Grade C

Cambridge Certificate of Advanced English

Pass at Grade C

If you would like to enquire about the equivalence of other English language qualifications not listed above, please contact the International Office.

Please note: We only accept IELTS or TOEFL English tests from citizens outside the EU/EEA.
How can I compare the different English tests?

UCN has tried to compare the official sites of the well-known and appreciated Cambridge test, TOEFL and IELTS towards the European CEFR.

Learn more about how to compare English tests right here (PDF).

Is it required to provide documentary evidence of my English proficiency?

Applicants who have a degree from one of the Nordic countries, the Netherlands or Germany, or is a native speaker in English, will only have to provide documentary evidence of their English proficiency through their school level, and we will occasionally conduct Skype interviews with the applicants.

As a minimum, all applicants must speak English at a level that is equivalent to the Danish B-level.

In relation to applicants who have a degree from other countries than the Nordic countries, the Netherlands or Germany, UCN reserves the right to demand further documentary evidence of the applicant's English proficiency according to section 9 of the Danish Ministerial Order no. 1212 of 17 December 2012 on access, enrolment and leave etc.

This documentation must be made up of one of the English tests that we recognise and may also be supplemented by a video interview conducted via Skype for example.

Which English level corresponds to a Danish B-level?

As a minimum, all applicants must speak and write English at a level that is equivalent to the Danish B-level.

  • Subject: English
  • Level: B
  • Hours of instruction: 210 (1 hour = 60 minutes)

Contact Student Advisor

Jesper Frank Carstens
Student Advisor

+45 72 69 15 89
jef@ucn.dk

Available by appointment

Entry Requirements - Danish B and C Level

Specific requirements and selection criteria

International office

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