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Starting 2020, all applicants under the quota 2 scheme will have to pass a cognitive admissions test at the University of Copenhagen. Applicants are subsequently assessed based on an oral or written interview.
Firm sells quota 2 applications and promises guaranteed admission. An application costs DKK 1,200, with an 88 per cent chance of getting in. The Student Council says it distorts the admission system.
The University of Copenhagen slams the door on many applicants with its new minimum average grade requirement of 6.0. Here, three UCPH students talk about how they turned around their poor high school performance to top grades at university.
The number of applicants has dropped a bit, but getting through the Danish universities’ quota 2 application system is still tough at the University of Copenhagen. And the most popular education programme has just got even more difficult to get into.