When is deadline/closing day for applications? Is there an application fee? What are the requirements for admission? How old do I need to be to be accepted to one of the study programmes?
You will get an answer to this and many other questions in the following. If you are not able to find a proper answer to a question of yours, you are always welcome to contact us. On the bottom of this page, you will see our contact info.
The main teaching language on DDSKS is Danish. However, you will have teachers from abroad during the programme and they will be teaching in English. On the study programme, Dance and Choreography, all teaching is in English since about half of the students enrolled in the programme are from abroad.
Your CV is an overview of the acting related activities, performances, events, courses or previous educations that you have participated in. It is an overview of what you find relevant in terms of getting the admission board to know you better.
It would be preferable to list the activities on your CV in bullet point form and in reverse chronological order (meaning that the most recent activity should be on top of the page and so on)
The CV should be no longer than an A4-page.
Yes, it is possible to make alterations and additions to your online application form until the deadline for applications has expired. All you have to do is use the password that you received in your confirmation e-mail.
DDSKS has an administrative registration fee. The amount of money depends on which study programme or specialization you apply for.
The study programmes at DDSKS are free of charge for all EU-citizens. However, you will be charged a fee for the Danish copyright organization that covers the whole study programme. This fee needs to be payed prior to the beginning of the study programme.
Students from countries that are not members of the EU of EEA will have to pay a tuition fee. The current tuition fee is 10300 EUR pr. semester.
Being a student at all study programmes at Den Danske Scenekunstskole (DDSKS) entitles you to receive SU. Normally you must be a Danish citizen to receive SU, however, if you are a foreign citizen, you have the possibility of applying for equal status with Danish citizens and thus being approved to receive SU. For further information, please visit http://www.su.dk/english/state-educational-grant-and-loan-scheme-su/.
You can read more about the requirements on the application instructions that each study programme and/or specialization offers.
Everyone can apply, regardless of age.
DDSKS arrange an Open House event each year. Next Open House event for all the study programmes will be in October 2017. Keep an eye on the Facebook page of DDSKS (in Danish) for more information and schedule of the event.
You can ask for a verbal reason – please contact the study coordinator of the study programme that you have applied to.
At the study programme of Musical Theatre you can get a verbal evaluation after the first and second audition by calling within the time span that has been specified in the rejection e-mail. Please be aware of any waiting time.
Remember to check your spam since some e-mails might end up here by mistake. You can also read all the e-mails that we have sent you on the application portal. All you need to do is use the password that you received in your confirmation e-mail prior to the first audition.
No. Once the application deadline has expired, we close the application portal and therefore late applications will not be considered.
As a rule, it is not possible, but in exceptional circumstances, it will be possible to ask for a specific date to do your audition. This just needs to be communicated in writing to the attached study coordinator of the study programme you are applying to prior to your assigned audition date.
No, unfortunately it is not possible to apply in the midst of an ongoing study programme. To be accepted you need to apply on equal terms with the rest of the applicants admitting to the first year of the study programme. It is however possible as an exchange student to apply to a semester on the study programme in Dance and Choreography.
The school year starts in August and finishes in June. However, different terms may apply for exchange students.