Application and admission

Apply now for admission on Master of Disaster Management. Applications received after the application deadline are only processed if there are vacancies.

Application deadline
Non-EU/EEA citizens: 1 April 2024
EU/EEA citizens: 1 May 2024

You can apply from 1 October 2023

Course application deadline
8 weeks prior to course start

Admission criteria and documentation

To be admitted to the Master of Disaster Management programme or individual courses within this programme, you must meet the following criteria:


























You must document English qualifications equivalent to the Danish secondary school 'English level B’.

You can document your English language proficiency in one of the following ways:

Native English speakers from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland may submit a copy of their passport as documentation.

Nordic applicants can document English proficiency with a high school diploma proving you have passed “English level B” or a Bachelor's or Master’s diploma from a Nordic university.

Applicants who have completed a Bachelor’s and/or Master’s degree from USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK or Ireland must submit documentation certifying that their Bachelor's and/or Master’s degree was earned in English. A student exchange semester/year will not be sufficient to prove English language proficiency.

Applicants working in companies with English as the official work language, can document their English proficiency by sending documentation from their employer stating that your work language is English.

Applicants can demonstrate their English proficiency if they have passed a recognised English language proficiency test with an adequate score. We accept the following tests:

Name of test

Minimum score

Information required for online check of test

IETLS (academic)

IELTS Home Edition

6.5 (overall test score) 

6.5 (overall test score)

Only overall score will be considered.

TRF Number (Test Report Form Number)


  1. Internet-based test (IBT)
  2. TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition
  3. ITP TOEFL-test

(MyBest Scores are not accepted)





Registration number

Cambridge Advanced (CAE)

Passed at level C1 or C2

ID-number and Secret Number

Cambridge Proficiency

Passed at level C1 or C2

ID-number and Secret Number

Please notice:

IELTS and TOEFL tests older than 2 years will not be accepted (counted from the programme application deadline). There is no period of limitation for validity of the Cambridge tests.


























Application process

You may apply for enrolment on the full programme or individual courses. Priority is given to students enrolled on the Master of Disaster Management programme.