Applications Open in Denmark.but ......
Written in News & Updates on Saturday, 06 February 2021 01:26

Applications Open in Denmark, BUT ..........

Applications opened this week for English-taught degree programmes in Denmark, but there is disappointing news coming from Copenhagen, Aarhus, and other university cities.

Whereas, many Danish universities have in the past found workarounds for the July 5th deadline for Irish (and UK) students to provide results (obviously our results are published some five weeks too late), this appears to be no longer the case. EUNICAS is receiving a growing number of contacts from Danish Admissions offices confirming that:

“Bachelor Admissions has altered its practice, so applicants who have studied in countries that issue their exam results late (or rather, after 5th July) unfortunately now have to wait until the following year to apply”

It appears that the chaos of last summer’s Leaving Cert results was the last straw for a system that was already pushing the boundary by making exemptions for Irish students.

Of course, for those who did their Leaving Cert in 2020 and/or are doing QQI 5 or 6 this year, you can apply for entry 2021. There are some programmes, at some universities, where measures remain in place, to facilitate Irish students who are doing their Leaving Cert this year to start degree programmes this year, including excellent programmes in the area of Engineering.

Contact us for further information.