Students can enroll for either the full master's programme in disaster management, or choose freely among the courses offered. Below you will find the price for the full Master's programme.

The prices for students only following individual courses can be found in the course descriptions.  

In accordance with the Governmental order of revision of University Statutes as per 1 August 2006 there are two categories of course fees for the Master of Disaster Management programme. we refer to these as Reduced Fee and Standard Fee

  • Reduced Fee: DKK 112,500
    For students from EU/EEA or Switzerland. Reduced because of Ministry subsidy.

  • Standard Fee: DKK 150,000
    For all other students. This is the full course price.

For approximate exchange rates between DKK and other currencies please contact your bank or visit this website. The course fee should be paid in DKK. In case a bank transfer is made in another currency an exchange fee equivalent to 120 DKK must be added the price. All fees are subject to change without further notice. 


The Master of Disaster Management does not offer any grants or scholarships. Nor can we answer inquiries regarding funding. Please see our scholarship information page for more information. 

Please Note

1. The course fee does not include room and board, which vary from DKK 4.500-6.000 per month, nor course literature costs.

2. The course fee for the full programme is paid in two instalments, one of which is before the course starts.

3. Applications are done online using the full programme application link. In completing the online application, please remember to have a a scanned copy of the following:  (a) official qualifying degree diploma and transcript,  (b) your statement of motivation, (c) information page of  a valid passport, and (d) valid results of your English language  test (if applicable).  Incomplete applications will not be forwarded to the Admission Board.

4. Applicants financed by Danida supported programmes or projects will, with regard to their stay in Denmark, as previously, be administered by the Danish Fellowship Centre, DFC.