Your verbal and written language skills will improve and your knowledge of the culture and social conditions of English-speaking countries increase. You learn how to master the language in both business and every-day situations, and your cultural and language expertise will enable you to facilitate communication both culturally and linguistically between Denmark and English-speaking countries. In addition, you become able to convey information and ideas clearly and vividly both verbally and in writing, and to plan and carry out large complex projects.
Today, most Danes have no problems ordering a drink or having a conversation in English when travelling abroad. However, this is not sufficient in a professional context. Whether working in the business sector or as a teacher, it is important that you have in-depth knowledge of both the English language and the culture of English-speaking countries if you need to negotiate contracts or work with individuals or companies in English-speaking countries.
It enables you to avoid conflicts and misunderstandings. In many situations, it is also a requirement that your level of English language proficiency is sufficiently high to enable you to read reports or other technical or scientific material of a complex nature. With a Master’s degree in English, you will be able to do that and much more.
The requirements for admission to the Masters degree programme in English vary according to the track you wish to enrol in.
Track A (120 ECTS credits in English)
Examples of Bachelors degrees qualifying for admission to Track A:
Track B (75 ECTS credits in English with a supplementary subject at Masters degree level of 45 ECTS credits)
The admission requirements for Track B of the Masters degree programme are a completed Bachelors degree (135 ECTS credits) in English and a supplementary subject (45 ECTS credits) at Bachelors degree level in another subject taught at upper secondary school.
Examples of Bachelors degrees qualifying for admission to Track B:
Track C (120 ECTS credits in English aimed at upper secondary school teaching)
Track C is an option available to students who have completed a supplementary subject in English at Bachelors degree level and wish to make English their main subject, i.e. to continue studying English.
Admission to the Masters degree programme in English requires Danish at A level or similar.
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You are normally required to take an English Proficiency Test if you come from a non-English speaking country.
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