UCL University College

    UCL University College
    Established on: 2018

    UCL University College in Denmark is the result of a merger between Business Academy Lillebaelt and University College Lillebaelt, which took place on 1 August 2018.

    It has more than 11,500 students and about 1,400 employees. UCL University College is 1 of 6 University Colleges in Denmark and is the 7th largest among Universities and University Colleges in Denmark. 

    UCL University College offers Continuing Professional Development aimed at professionals in many fields, for example, animation, technology, education (theory and practice),  health, and management in private and public organisations.

    UCL University College offers more than 40 academy and professional higher education programmes (AP-degree programmes, Professional BA programmes and BA Top Up programmes) within Business and Technology, Education and Social Sciences and Health Sciences.

    All programmes are first-cycle studies within the European Quality Framework, levels 5 and 6. In addition to its academic programmes, UCL has various modern facilities on campus to offer its students.

    Geographically, UCL University College covers part of the Southern Region of Denmark and has approximately 11,000 students and 1,000 employees. It is a regional higher education institution with campuses in Odense, Svendborg, Vejle, Jelling and Fredericia (satellite).  

    Every day, UCL University College cooperates closely with national and international workplaces and institutions regarding student placements and projects, applied research, Centres of Excellence and continuing professional development and organisational development. 

    UCL University College is a regional higher education institution with campuses in Odense, Svendborg, Vejle, Jelling and Fredericia (satellite).  

    All programmes are first-cycle studies within the European Quality Framework, levels 5 and 6.

    The state regulates higher education in Denmark, and all public institutions are subject to continuous approval and evaluation processes. The regulations define the national standards for Danish higher education to ensure that all students obtain an education of the highest quality.

    A nationally established – fully independent – accreditation agency assures the quality and relevance of higher education programmes. The institutions have a high degree of autonomy, but they must follow the national regulations, e.g. teacher qualifications, degree structures and examinations, including a system of external examiners.

    UCL University College abides by the Bologna process and its goals; the Diploma Supplement and the ECTS are integrated into all academic departments. The university college holds an extended Erasmus University Charter.


    • Develop international skills of both staff and students
    • Ensure that study programmes continuously focus on- and address international aspects
    • Be part of bilateral and strategic collaborations with several international partners who, like us, have the desire to be internationalist, enhancing the academic and intercultural competencies of students and staff

    University highlights

    University Type


    Established Year


    No of Students


    Tuition Fees for International Students Yearly

    15000 EUR


    Summer Intake (January Mid-March) & Winter Intake (July - September)

    Main intakes

    The main intakes are in Summer Intake (January Mid-March) & Winter Intake (July - September).


    Graduate Research Scholarship for Cross-Disciplinary Training (GXD)

    Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS)

    Keith Wightman Scholarship

    Overseas Research Scholarship (ORS)

    UCL - United World Colleges and International Student House Scholarship (UCL - UWC/ISH Scholarship)

    Application Process/ documents needed for admission

    Academic Documents (For Bachelor)

    • SLC Mark sheet
    • School Leaving Certificate
    • SLC Character Certificate
    • Transcript of 12th grade
    • Individual Mark sheet of 12th grade
    • Character Certificate of 12th grade
    • Provisional Certificate of 12th grade
    • Migration Certificate of 12th grade

    Academic Documents (For Masters)

    • Transcript of Bachelor's Degree and 12th grade
    • Individual Mark sheets of Bachelor's Degree and 12th grade
    • Character Certificate of Bachelor's Degree and 12th grade
    • Provisional Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree and 12th grade
    • Migration Certificate of Bachelor’s Degree and 12th grade

    IELTS/TOEFL/PTE scores


    Experience letter

    Statement of Purpose

    Application Fees

    Proof of Scholarships - If any

    Marriage Certificate (if applicable)

    College Recommendation (if a current student)

    Language Requirement


    Minimum Score requirement

    TOFEL Requirements


    IELTS Requirements





    Q. Can I work as a student in Denmark?

    Yes, international students in Denmark can work part-time (20 hours a week from September to May and 37 hours a week from June to August).

    Q. Does UCL University College offer financial aid to International Students?

    Yes, UCL University College offers scholarships to international students. You can find details about scholarships in our scholarship section.

    Q. What are the different intakes at UCL University College?

    Summer Intakes (January Mid-March) & Winter Intakes (July - September) are when intakes occur.

    Q. Do I have to meet language requirements?

    Yes, the applicant must satisfy the language criteria mentioned above in the language requirements section. 

    Q. Can the university guarantee me a job after I graduate?

    Unfortunately, no University can promise you a career. Nonetheless, UCL University College will assist you in locating a hands-on internship in a connected firm, networking with industry leaders, and providing continuous placement services to give you the most extraordinary possibilities for lucrative jobs in the field. Industry.

    Q. Are Denmark's credentials recognised internationally?

    Yes, degrees from Denmark universities are recognised globally and are known for their educational excellence.

    Q. How can I determine the best university or college for my chosen course?

    No university or college is perfect for everyone; different places suit different people, so it depends on your preferences. 



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