The assessment briefly states what your qualifications correspond to in Denmark and will improve your application.
The assessment serves only as a guideline since the individual institution in Denmark is responsible for its own admissions.
The score equivalents are determined by the individual institution, so to be certain check out their language requirements.
Based upon a rough average of previous reqirements, here is an estimate of the ranges you can expect: Applicants who are native English speakers are exempted from these test requirements.
Also, applicants who can document English proficiency at an equivalent level may contact the institution's International Admission Office to determine if their English level is sufficient.
If you are able to study in Danish you can find courses and degree programmes taught in Danish at dk.
That is, you must provide copies with original stamps and signatures, or have two people who are not related to you sign the back of the copy with their name, address and birth date.Non-Danish citizens who do not have a Danish entrance examination are eligible for admission if they have qualifications recognised as being comparable to Danish entrance qualifications.For an official assessment of your qualifications visit ufm.dk/en/recognition.For admission into these programmes you must prove a satisfactory level of proficiency in Danish by taking the test called ‘Danish as a Foreign Language’ (‘Studieprøven i dansk som andetsprog’) or ‘Danish Test 2’ (‘Danskprøve 2’).Some programmes may require that you have passed ‘Danish Test 3’ (‘Danskprøve 3’). Note that as an international student you can take Danish lessons for free.