SPECIAL INFORMATION FOR UKRAINIAN CITIZENS
The content on this page is relevant for Ukrainian citizens looking to apply for a master programme at CBS with study start in September 2022. We hope you, your family and your friends are safe, and we would like to express our support and solidarity in these difficult times.
On this page, you will find information about the special conditions that apply if you are a Ukrainian citizen and fleeing the conflict in Ukraine.
You will find information about:
Residence permit in Denmark
How to apply for a master’s programme at CBS
General information about coming to Denmark
HOW TO APPLY FOR A DANISH RESIDENCE PERMIT
On the Danish Immigration Service’s official site New to Denmark, you can find detailed information in English and Ukrainian about the Act, including who can obtain a residence permit and how to apply for it. The page is continuously updated with relevant information for persons from Ukraine who wish to reside in Denmark or who are in Denmark.
Go to New to Denmark for more information about residence permit.
Please note, that if you have applied for a residence permit or refugee/asylum seeker status in a different European country, there is a risk that you no longer qualify for a Danish residence permit under the Special Act. Please check the current rules for residence permit in Denmark on New to Denmark.
RESIDENCE PERMIT AND STUDYING IN DENMARK
A residence permit under the Special Act as this will give you the same rights as Danish students, i.e. you will not have to pay any application or tuition fees, and you will be able to apply for the Danish State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme (SU) to get a monthly financial aid.
You do not need a Danish residence permit to be able to apply to CBS or to look into the possibility of studying at CBS.
However, you do need a Danish residence permit to be exempt from tuition fees and to be able to apply for SU.
How to apply to CBS