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FACTS

Duration:1½ years (90 ECTS)
Address: Guldbergsgade 29N, DK-2200 København N
T: +45 46 46 02 00
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Language:English
Expenses:

Expenses for materials and books for the chosen dissertation course of study, approximately EUR 600. During the first semester there might be a study trip, which, depending on the destination, will cost approximately EUR 400-600.

In addition, you must acquire a notebook computer with Adobe CS5 and the Office pack.
Finance:

The programme is entitled to the Danish state education support (SU) for Danish citizens. Read more at www.su.dk

Tuition fee terms 2016:
Nordic/EU/EAA students: free of charge
Non-EU citizens must pay a tuition fee of € 5,600 per semester.

There is no fee for following students:
• Students from the European Union (EU)
• Students from EEA countries (Norway, Liechtenstein, Iceland)
• Students from Schwitzerland
• Students who are granted permanent residency or time-limited permit with the possibility of permanent residence in Denmark
• Students exchanged with Danish students as part of a bilateral agreement with an educational instituion abroad
• Students who are granted residence permit under §9c, paragraph 1 of the Aliens Act as the accompanying child of a foreigner with a residency permit issued under pursuant to section 9a of the Aliens Act

Students must expect to spend between €200 to €250 on literature, copying and materials each semester. A laptop computer with design software is also a prerequisite for the ability to fully participate in the design technologist programme.

Application Fee:Non-EU applicants are required to pay an application fee in order for KEA to process their application. For more information regarding the application fee, please check this link 
Curriculum:

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Curriculum for students starting before 2015

Addendum to Curriculum

Student contractDownload student contract
Diploma Supplement:

KEA issues a Diploma Supplement in English automatically at the end of your studies, as a supplement to your diploma. The Diploma Supplement is designed to provide a description of the nature, level, context, content and status of the qualification. The Diploma Supplement contains a description of KEA Copenhagen School of Design and Technology and the Danish educational system.

Scholarship

Information about Scholarship





Contact:

The Admittance secretariat: T: +45 46 46 07 00 or applicant@kea.dk or the Study and Career Guidance at studievejledning@kea.dk 


Study and career advisor: 
Nikoline Scanholm
E-mail: nisc@kea.dk
Phone: (+45) 4646 0420
Monday and Wednesday-Friday at 9-11

 

 

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