English is an international language it is the native language of around 350 million people and the second language of many more. The programme is offered by Aarhus University.
As the language of globalisation, it enables you to communicate across borders, whether in culture or commerce. Today, the private job market, public institutions and PhD degree programmes require English language skills and knowledge of the Anglophone world.
You will acquire these competencies in the Masters programme in English. In this degree programme, you will learn to use English at a high international level and gain in-depth knowledge of the history, culture and social conditions of the English-speaking world.
Dates reflect the university's timezone.
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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