Applications are welcome from March 1 - June 30. Second seat applications are considered if received by August 15.
For attendance in Denmark, applicants must have EU residency or EU citizenship, including dual citizens of any EU country such as Denmark. If you do not already reside in Denmark, please apply early, allowing time to acquire Danish residency, which you'll need for housing and other services in Denmark. If you are not an EU resident or citizen, SGS is unable to assist in obtaining Danish residency or a student visa.
For attendance online, applicants may be residents or citizens of any country.
Please prepare the following materials before applying. We look forward to reading your work!
Résumé or CV
Provide a résumé or curriculum vitae (CV) that describes your education, work experience, any publications, and ancillary information and awards: 1-3 pages.
Specify your motivation for applying, projects you would like to develop, your writing goals, and your expectations of the degree program. As the program is taught in English, this essay must be written in English: 3 pages, double-spaced, 12 pt, Times New Roman, English language.
Submit samples of work that best represent you as an author and artist. This may include samples of short stories, chapters, poems, book proposals, scripts, illustrations, or other works: maximum 20 pages, double-spaced, 12 pt, Times New Roman, English language.
Provide copies of your transcripts for upper secondary/high school and above. If graduating this summer, you may provide your final transcript after submitting your application.
Letters of Recommendation
Provide two (2) letters of recommendation including at least one from an academic reference. You may provide these after submitting your application. Include contact information: full name, organization, address, phone number, and professional e-mail address.
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