Fees for non-EU/EEA students

Students from non-EU/EEA countries pay a higher tuition fee than student's from EU/EEA countries. This is due to a ministry subsidy to students from EU/EEA countries.

For non-EU/EEA students, the cost of the master's programme (exclusive of the elective courses) is 207,568 DKK. The elective courses is equivalent to 10 ECTS. The full fee of the master's programme depends on which elective courses each individual student chooses.

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

non-EU/EEA Master student non-EU/EEA Single course student
Entry fee 10,000 DKK
Master's project 21,000 DKK
Fee Per Course
Discovery and Development of Medicines 22,000 DKK 24,975 DKK
Global Pharmaceutical Policy - Rationales and Stakeholders 15,000 DKK 17,000 DKK
The EU Regulatory Environment - Procedures and Applications 20,275 DKK* 22,300 DKK*
The US Regulatory Environment 20,275 DKK* 22,300 DKK*
Quality - Drug Substance and Drug Product 20,275 DKK* 22,300 DKK*
Biopharmaceuticals - Quality Development and Documentation 20,275 DKK* 22,300 DKK*
Safety of Medicines - from Non-clinical Development to Pharmacovigilance 15,000 DKK 17,000 DKK
Clinical Development and Documentation   25,875 DKK* 27,875 DKK*
Transparency and Trustworthiness in Drug Development 14,875 DKK 16,875 DKK
Drug Regulatory Science 11,500 DKK 13,500 DKK
Labelling as a Driver for Regulatory Strategy 11,500 DKK 13,500 DKK

*Students from EU/EEA countries pay a lower course fee due to ministry subsidy. For courses offered in collaboration with Atrium (marked with * above) it is possible for non EU/EEA students to apply for a grant at Atrium to cover the difference in course fee for non EU/EEA students. Read more on this opportunity at Atriums homepage or contact Tina Jensen at tj@atriumcph.com

The fees listed here are listed in DKK and apply to the year 2019. 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.