University of Copenhagen

Denmark

Which programmes can I study at the University of Copenhagen and when?

Media BA:
2nd Year Semester 1
2nd Year Semester 2
2nd Year Full Year

Film Studies BA:
2nd Year Semester 1
2nd Year Semester 2
2nd Year Full Year

History BA:
2nd Year Semester 1

American Studies BA:
2nd Year Semester 1

War Studies BA:
2nd Year Semester 1

English Literature BA:
2nd Year Semester 1

 

Academic Information

Number of credits required: 27-30 ECTS (European) credits per semester; 54-60 ECTS per year

Please see the module catalogue for the University of Copenhagen.

 

Academic Calendar

Semester 1 Late August/ Early September until End of December (approximate dates)

Semester 2 Early February until Late June (approximate dates)

Exact dates are available on the University of Copenhagen website.

 

Erasmus+ Grant 2018-19

€350 per month for all students 

€120 per month top up for UK students from households with an annual income of less than £25,000

An additional Erasmus+ Special Needs Grant is available if you have a disability or special needs and wish to study abroad where participation would not be possible without extra financial support.

 

Accommodation abroad

Please arrange accommodation directly with University of Copenhagen following acceptance.

 

Accommodation in York (Semester exchange)

York St John University accommodation is guaranteed for the semester you are not abroad.

 

Visa

Home/EU students: No visa required
International students: Please contact your Embassy for details

Please ensure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after you intend to return.

 

European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)

You are required to obtain an EHIC before your departure. More information on the NHS website

 

More Information

University of Copenhagen website

Fact Sheet 2018/19 Copenhagen

Advocating Student Mobility Videos

Study Abroad ambassador

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