Cross-Cultural & Regional Studies > Education
The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies (ToRS) offers a broad range of study programmes and courses at BA and MA level, the majority also as elective programmes, primarily taught in Danish.
The department offers a variety of English taught courses to BA and MA level exchange and guest students.
The University of Copenhagen does not offer any full Bachelor’s Programmes in English at this moment.
To attend a Bachelor’s Programme in Danish applicants need to fulfil the requirement of Danish A and English B-level. In addition to the general admission requirements all study programmes require further or supplementary qualifications in specific subjects. Foreign applicants must also meet these specific admission requirements.
You can find information about admission, language requirements, how to apply, studying at UCPH and living in Denmark on Bachelor’s Programme - Guide to Studies and Admission.
At Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies we offer the following Master’s Programmes taught in English:
Follow the links to find information on admission requirements, application procedure, programme structure, student life etc.
All other Master’s Programmes at the department are only offered in Danish, even if some courses are taught in English.
In general, admission to a Master’s programme – whether it is taught in English, Danish or in the target language – requires successful completion of a relevant and recognised university degree equivalent to a Danish Bachelor’s degree in level and contents and the applicants need to fulfil the requirement of Danish A and English B-level.
Read more about admission, language requirements, application, studying at UCPH and living in Denmark on Master’s Programme - Guide to Studies and Admission.
Many courses taught at Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies are taught in English. As an exchange or guest student you can attend all courses offered at the department.
Exchange and guest students follow the same courses as Danish students and may sit exams just as any other student. If you have any questions on course registrations please contact the department on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a list of current and upcoming courses taught in English please see the Faculty’s course catalogue.
You can find more information about exchange programmes, admission, finding housing, studying at UCPH at Exchange Programmes - Guide to Studies and Admission
The Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies is hosting two summer schools focusing on Global Urban Studies:
Urban Culture in Theory and Action
This IARU Global Summer Program, supported by Asian Dynamics Initiative and curated by Urban Culture Lab, presents students with a unique opportunity to experience urban culture in theory and action in Copenhagen.
New Urban Life Across the Globe: Activism and Change in a World of Cities
During this summer school, the student will immerse in critical urban theory and practical approaches to urban ethnography, drawing from a broad range of excellent research at three faculties of Copenhagen University.
You can find more information about how to become an exchange or guest student at the Faculty website.
You are always welcome to contact the department's international student counsellor on email@example.com or in person (see opening hours and contact information here) if you have any questions.
On the following pages you can read about ToRS’ many fields of study.