Frequently asked questions

I have taken my bachelors programme in English. Do I still need to provide proof of my English skills?

All applicants are required to provide documentation of English language proficiency comparable with English B-level with a minimum grade of 3 from a Danish upper-secondary school.

If you do not posses an English B-level exam from a Danish high school, check this link for more info:

For further questions regarding language requirements please contact DTU International Admissions Office.

Do Danish students have to convert their grades, too?

No, only people with a non-Danish degree need to convert their grades to a Danish GPA.

When are the deadlines?

Is this a regular master (being approved for SU)?

Yes, the DTU Master of Technology Entrepreneurship is a recognised master's degree and is approved for SU.

Do I need to have an idea already?

No. Throughout the first semester everyone will through different project teams explore new challenges and opportunities.

You can also work on ideas developed by DTU researchers, our expansive network of companies, big science facilities, NGOs, and other partners.

How many people will be in a team?

The short answer is 2-5. At the end of 1st semester, teams are formed. We expect teams to consist of members with diverse specialisations.

How long will the stay abroad be?

The stay abroad will be one semester but the length of a semester varies from country to country. Studying abroad is not mandatory, but we do encourage all students to get international experience.

Do I need to choose my study line in semester 2 according to my bachelor or can I choose something else?

You can chose the specialisation you prefer. It might be based on your prior education, your interests or a certain skill set that is needed in your team.

I have my own idea. Can I bring it to the programme?

Yes, it will go into the pool of ideas to work on.

I have my own idea. Do I have to get a team around it?

Yes, you need to have a team at the end of the first semester.

I have a team already but only I want to apply for the master – is this possible and do I still need to get a team?

You are welcome to have (and acquire) team members who are not part of the master programme. But be open towards inviting in team members from the programme into your venture.

We are about to register our business. Is it still a good idea to take that MSc?

Yes, throughout the programme you will be challenged to to explore, reevaluate and develop your startup further.