The University of Leicester welcomes students from Denmark.
You can find country specific information here including entry requirements for our courses and information about the Danish student community.
Your International Office team
The International Office can provide you with more information about studying in the UK at Leicester.
Please visit our contact us page for details.
Undergraduate (Bachelors) degrees
- If you have completed (or will complete) the Studentereksamen, Højere Forberedelseseksamen or Højere Handelseksamen you will typically require a pass with grade 11 overall - with three subjects at grade 10 - to begin from the first year of a Bachelors degree (depending on the subject you wish to study).
- If you are studying A-levels or the International Baccalaureate (IB) then you can begin from the first year of a Bachelors degree. Please see individual course pages for entry requirements.
- If you have completed the European Baccalaureate then you can begin from the first year of a Bachelors degree. 85% would be the equivalent to a grade A in a British A-level; 77% would be equivalent to a grade B.
For more information about available courses please see individual course pages.
Postgraduate (Masters) degrees
If you hold a Danish Bachelors Degree with above average grades you will be considered for admission to a taught Masters degree. Your offer will depend on the subject that you wish to study.
For more information about courses please see individual course pages.
PhDs and other research degrees
To apply for a PhD (or other postgraduate research qualification, such as MPhil, DClinPsy, DSocSci, EdD or MD) you must have an undergraduate (Bachelors) degree from a recognised Danish university, usually in a related subject area, with above average grades (depending on the subject you wish to study) which is equivalent to a UK Upper Second Class Honours degree (also known as a 2:1).
You must also be able to demonstrate practical knowledge of appropriate research methodologies. Research degrees are demanding and intensive: to succeed at this level you must be highly motivated, be able to work independently, and have an appropriate familiarity with the discipline and its associated research techniques/methodologies.
Where a Masters degree is required, this is indicated in the relevant description on our Postgraduate Research webpages, together with further information about requirement.
English language requirements
Please see details of our English language requirements.
International student community
The University of Leicester has around 13,000 full-time, campus-based students, many of which travel from all over the world to study with us.
Discover what it's like to study at Leicester by reading our international student profiles…
We have partnership agreements with universities in your country. If you are currently studying an undergraduate degree in your home country it may be possible to study with us for a semester or a year. Please check with your home university whether they have a partnership with Leicester or whether your studies with us could be taken as an accredited part of your degree.
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