Wondering if you need to pay application and tuition fees?
Students from outside the EU are generally required to pay tuition and application fee (with a few exemptions). EU/EEA and Swiss citizens are not liable to pay fees.
Find more information about fees, terms of payment and exemptions below.
Non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizens must pay an application fee of DKK 750 per applicant (app. EUR 100 per applicant) to have your application(s) processed
The application fee covers up to three applications at Aarhus University. Please note that the Danish universities charge application fees individually.
If you are a non-EU/EEA/Swiss citizen (or hold a British national overseas passport) you must pay tuition fee.
Top up students must always pay for the total number of remaining ECTS for the Bachelor’s degree programme before commencement of studies.
Once you have a Danish CPR number, health insurance is covered by the Danish state. Read more about health insurance and other insurances.
Once you have paid your tuition fees, you can apply for a student residence permit.
To obtain your student residence permit you must:
Learn more about how you apply for a student residence permit.
All EU/EEA/Swiss citizens are exempt from payment of tuition fees.
The Danish state covers your tuition to enroll in degree programmes at Aarhus University.