Citizens from EU/EEA countries or Switzerland are obliged to pay a fee for the courses they attend if they do not have a preapproval from any Danish or a formal nomination for exchange from an AU exchange partner university. Fees vary according to subject area and ECTS:
- Courses offered by the Faculty of Arts: 400 DKK (approximately EUR 54) per ECTS
- Courses offered by the Faculty of Health: 300 DKK (approximately EUR 40) per ECTS
- Courses offered by the Faculty of Science and Technology: 200 DKK (approximately EUR 27) per ECTS (Please note that courses offered by the School of Engineering are priced as below):
- Courses offered by the School of Engineering: 500 DKK (approximately EUR 67) per ECTS
- Courses offered by the Faculty of Business and Social Science: 500 DKK (approximately EUR 67) per ECTS (Please note that courses offered by the Department of Law are priced as below)
- Courses offered by the Department of Law: 900 DKK (approximately EUR 120) per ECTS
All non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens (including students holding a British national overseas passport) are liable to pay the non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens fee.
Fees change according to subject area and ECTS: Please find the exact fee on the respective course page.
Exempt from payment of tuition fees are students:
- on a bilateral exchange agreement;
- holding a permanent residence permit in Denmark or one of the other Nordic countries;
- having been granted a temporary residence permit "with a view to/possibility of" being granted permanent residence in Denmark or one of the Nordic countries;
- who are 'permanently resident' in one of the Nordic countries, cf. Article 7 of the Nordic agreement on access to higher education;
- with a residence permit granted on the grounds of family reunification;
- having become EU citizens pursuant to the Executive Order on Residence in Denmark for Aliens Falling within the Rules of the European Union (EU Residence Order);
- having been granted a full scholarship pursuant to the Ministerial Order on Scholarships with Grants to Cover Living Costs Incurred at Universities (Scholarship and Grant Order);
- children of workers from non-EU/EEA countries having been granted a residence permit pursuant to Section 9M (previously 9C) of the Danish Aliens Act and whose parents have been granted residence permits pursuant to Section 9A of the Danish Aliens Act.
- with a dual citizenship (EU/EEA + non EU/EEA) who decide to enter Denmark as an EU/EEA citizen (using both citizenships to enter Denmark is not possible).