International Students: March 31, 2018
EU Citizens & Online Students: June 30, 2018
Second Seats: August 15, 2018
International students who are planning on applying for a student visa must submit their application no later than March 31 to ensure that the student visa application process has enough time to obtain a visa (approximately 3 months).
EU Citizens and Online Students must submit application materials no later than June 30.
Second seats may be available depending on the intake of applications on June 30, and therefore, a second round of applications may be reviewed. Deadline: August 15, 2018.
The following application information is required for the bachelor program. Please collect the following items and have them ready when you begin your application process.
This section is intended to collect your official contact information and includes your Danish CPR Number or Passport Number with a scanned copy of the document.
Please Scan and Upload:
1. Passport: Front Cover
2. Passport: Identification Page with ID Number & Photo
1. Front and Back of CPR Card
2. Résumé or CV:
Submission Details: 1-3 pages.
3. Personal Statement:
Specify your reason(s) for applying, the project(s) you want to develop, your future writing goals, and your expectations of the degree program. Please write this essay in English, as it is part of our evaluation process to know our students will understand the course content in the language.
Submission Details: 3 pages, double spaced, 12 pt, Times New Roman.
4. Writing Sample:
Submit up to twenty (20) pages of the work that best represents you as an artist within the specialized track for which you are applying (creative writing, popular fiction, literary fiction, screenwriting, nonfiction, poetry, playwriting, children’s literature). This can include samples of short stories, chapters, poems, book proposals, scripts, or anything relevant to the degree program of your choice.
Submission Details: Written in English. Max: 20 pages, double spaced, 12 pt, Times New Roman.
5. Financial Aid Request
This one-page document should explain why you are applying for either a Scholarship or the Work-Study Program (or both) and describe your current financial situation as well as why you would make an excellent candidate to represent the scholarship awards and/or the skills you can lend to a Work-Study position at The South Gate.
6. Letters of Recommendation
Provide two (2) Letters of Recommendation. At least one must be from an academic reference. These letters can be uploaded here to your application or emailed directly to us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information in the subject line: Academic/Personal Reference for (Applicant’s Full Name)
Include a copy of your school transcripts (the highest level you have earned). At minimum, you must include high school (or upper secondary) transcripts.