Admission requires: A good first university degree High proficiency in English Strong personal statement of motivation Good recommendations from two references, of which at least one is academic CV At the time of application, you must supply proof of your BSc degree as well as the required language test. Assessment All applications are assessed by at least two senior faculty members, appointed by or part of the SUTROFOR Commission.
As an EU citizen you may freely enter Denmark and remain in this country for up to 3 months without an EU residence document (registration certificate). If you are a job-seeker, you may reside in Denmark for up to 6 months without a registration certificate. The periods of 3 and 6 months are calculated from the date of entry. If you expect that your stay in Denmark will last more than 3 months, you have to apply for an EU residence document before the expiry of the three months. An EU residence document is your proof that as an EU citizen - or as family member of an EU citizen - you have a right to reside in Denmark.
Cand. scient Biolog lige om lidt Kandidatuddannelsen i Biologi er målrettet mod dine interesseområder. Studiet giver tid til fordybelse i biologiske emner, og samarbejde med instituttets forskningsgrupper prioriteres højt.
Professional and Career Development Loans are bank loans to pay for courses and training that help with your career or help get you into work. You may be able to borrow between £300 and £10,000.
Exemptions Exchange students do not pay tuition Students doing a full degree with an EU/EEA or Swiss citizenship Students doing a full degree with a non-EU/EEA citizenship who hold a permanent residence permission do not pay tuition. • Students doing a full degree with a non-EU/EEA citizenship who hold a temporary residence permission "with a view to/possibility of" being granted permanent residence in Denmark do not pay tuition.
Issue The government wants to ensure the system for funding universities is financially sustainable. We think this can be achieved by asking graduates - the people who benefit most from higher education - to pay more towards their education than they have in the past. We also want to ensure higher education institutions provide innovative, high quality learning. We believe the way to do this is by making institutions compete to attract students and the funding they bring with them.
The Santander Master's Scholarships (funded by Santander), aim to assist the most academically able students from leading universities to pursue a Master's programme at UCL. Up to 12 scholarships will be awarded each year to students from the following countries: Argentina Brazil Chile Colombia Mexico Peru Portugal Puerto Rico Spain Uruguay Eligibility Requirements Candidates must: be nationals of one of the Santander network countries listed above AND; be studying at, or a graduate of, a university included on the relevant country list of eligible institutions ( see Santander Universities ) AND; be expected to obtain, or already possess, a Bachelors' degree awarded at a level equivalent to first-class Honours in a UK Bachelors degree AND; hold an offer of admission to a one-year, full-time UCL Master's programme, starting in the following academic year (please see an IMPORTANT NOTE below).