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The curriculum is the legal framework for the programme and thus your "contract" to ensure a good education. KEA is committed to delivering what is in the curriculum.

Find the curriculum for your programme - Go to, find your programme and go to "Facts" on the left-side menu. 


The Study and career guidance provides guidance and information to support your studies. You can contact us with any questions that are important for your studies and your study life at KEA. We can for example aid you with:

  • Work in groups
  • Perform better at exams
  • Prevent stress
  • Prevent exam anxiety
  • Maintain - or rediscover motivation
  • Study effectively and get more out of your studies
  • Plan your time
  • Setting goals - and achieving them
  • Evaluate options and consequences of different choices
  • Moving forward after your studies in a job or further education

If you have questions about your education and future career, you can contact the student and career advisor directly by email or telephone. Or stop by your local KEA address. The counselors there specialise in your particular field of study. 

You can find the Guidance counsellors at the different KEA addresses, on this page and on Student Info - the students' intranet on Fronter.


There are no autumn or spring holidays during your studies. 

KEA is closed during Christmas, Easter and national holidays. The summer holiday is from the end of June to, approximately, the last week of August.


Find your way at KEA with these maps of our buildings.

Guldbergsgade (GBG)

Håndværkergården (HVG)

Lygten 16 (L16)

Lygten 37 (L37)

Prinsesse Charlottes Gade (PCG)


SPS is an aid scheme aimed to ensure that students with mental or physical disabilities are able to complete an educational programme on equal terms with other students. 

The particular offers of aid depend on the disability the student is suffering from, e.g. dyslexics, hearing impairment, visual impairment, physical handicap, or psychological disorder. 

The first time the student applies for aid, a longer case handling time must be expected as multiple authorities are involved. In general, case handling time is expected to be between 2 weeks and 2 months. 

For further information, please contact SPS Counsellor Lea Thorbek (contact information provided below) or go to the homepage of the Quality and Supervisory Board of the Ministry of Education (in Danish):  

Get the application and written authority forms here:   

Send the application, written authority, and doctor’s note or other medical papers documenting your need of support to:  

Lea Thorbek SPS-counsellor
Lygten 16 (Tuesdays and Thursdays)
2400 København NV
Telephone +45 4646 0253 

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