Almost all Bachelor’s degree programmes require qualifications comparable to a Danish secondary school English at B-level.
You may fulfil the requirement of English at B-level with your English subject if you hold one of the following qualifying entry examinations:
*Applicants holding a Zeugnis der Allgemeinen Hochschulreife (Abiturzeugnis) from Germany with the subject English Leistungsfach (LF)/erhöhtes Anforderungsniveau (eA)/Kernfach (KF)/Profilfach/Profilgebendes Fach (PgF).
*Applicants holding a Baccalauréat avec Option internationale (OIB) from France with the option Americain and a passed English subject.
*A completed high-school diploma/Upper Secondary School Leaving Examination from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Scotland or Ireland.
Please note that the following may also fulfil the requirement of English at B-level:
A completed university Bachelor’s or a Master's degree taught in English from Denmark, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Scotland or Ireland. The applicant must provide documentation that the programme was taught in English.
Please note that applicants with an English language qualifying examination or degree programme from all other countries than the above-mentioned must submit a test.
We only accept the following English language tests:
English B – Test result of at least 83 (internet-based)
English A – Test result of at least 100 (internet-based)
Aarhus University accepts the TOEFL IBT Special Home Edition test.
Aarhus University does not accept the TOEFL ITP or paper-based tests (this includes the TOEFL ITP Plus for China Solution).
English B – IELTS Academic test result of at least 6.5 points overall
English A – IELTS Academic test result of at least 7.0 points overall
Cambridge English tests
If you take a Cambridge test, you must share your results with Aarhus University via the Candidate Results Website (candidates.cambridgeenglish.org).
To access this website, you must register using your ‘Candidate ID’ and ‘Secret Number’ (obtained from your exam centre).
In addition, the following applies:
We do not accept IELTS and TOEFL tests that are more than 2 years old at the time of the application deadline. Cambridge tests do not have an expiration date.
We do not accept test results that cannot be verified through the test centre’s website.
We do not accept any other English language test except the above mentioned.
The majority of Aarhus University bachelor's programmes are taught in Danish and require a Danish A level.
Please note that if you have a non-Danish qualifying entry examination, then there is a specific admission requirement of Danish at A-level for the Bachelor of Engineering programmes. However, this does not apply if you have a qualifying entry examination from Denmark.
Danish qualifications can be documented as follows:
For further information and registration for "Studieprøven", please contact: