Tuition Fees – University of Copenhagen

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Tuition fee for EU/EEA students

The cost of the full master programme for EU/EEA students is 168.775 DKK exclusive elective course equivalent to 10 ECTS. The full price of the master will depend og which elective courses you choose.

The tuition fee for each activity for EU/EEA students is listed below:

EU/EEA Master student EU/EEA Single course student EU/EEA Single course student without examination*
Entry fee 10,000 DKK
Master's project 15,000 DKK
Fee Per Course
Discovery and Development of Medicines 18,275 DKK 21,500 DKK
Global Medicines Legislation and Guidelines 12,800 DKK 15,000 DKK
Regulatory Affairs in the EU 17,975 DKK 19,975 DKK 17,350 DKK
Regulatory Affairs in the USA 17,975 DKK 19,975 DKK 17,350 DKK
Ethics in Regulatory Affairs of Pharmaceutical Products: Dilemmas in Decision-makings 12,800 DKK 15,000 DKK
Clinical Development - Efficacy of Medicines 23,575 DKK 25,575 DKK 22,950 DKK
Regulatory Science – Perspectives on Clinical Development 6,400 DKK 7,500 DKK
Safety of medicines - from Non-clinical Development to Pharmacovigilance 16,000 DKK 18,750 DKK
Quality - Active Substance and Medicinal Product 17,975 DKK 19,975 DKK 17,350 DKK
Biopharmaceuticals - Quality Development and Documentation 17,975 DKK 19,975 DKK 17,350 DKK

*Only possible for courses offered in collaboration with Atrium.


The fees are listed in DKK and apply to the year 2017. Fees are under continuous review, and revised fees will be payable by all students admitted to, or continuing, programmes of study. Prices are subject to change without prior notice.

The university cannot offer any scholarships.

The University reserves the right to cancel the registration of a student who has not paid the fee in time or who owes the University any sums of money. In the event of a student failing for any reason to complete a program of study, the University shall not be under any obligation to return any part of the fees paid by or on behalf of the student.