You find our fee structure for each programme type on your left hand menu. However, the following applies for our regular programmes and our continued programmes:
Danish, Scandinavian and EU/EEA citizens
There is no tuition fee for Danish, Scandinavian and EU/EEA citizens attending the Ordinary Higher Education programmes. However, students must anticipate expenses towards study materials, including books, photocopying, field trips and trips abroad.
Please note that tuition fee applies to all students attending the Continued programmes – regardless of nationality.
Tuition fee applies for all non-EU/EEA students. However, students must also anticipate expenses towards textbooks, field trips and trips abroad. The tuition fees vary from programme to programme.
- Terms of payment:
When applying from abroad – the full tuition fee for the first year must be prepaid no later than 15 days after receipt of the final admission letter.
When applying from Denmark – the tuition fee for the first semester must be prepaid no later than 15 days after receipt of the final admission letter.
Please refer to our payment policy for a more detailed description of our terms of payment, withdrawal and refunding of tuition fee, etc..
Every year a number of scholarships are made available by the Danish Government for non-EU/EEA applicants only (Ordinary higher education programmes only). Please refer to scholarships for more details on how to qualify for a scholarship, application process and application procedures.
- Fees and Finance
In general Zealand Institute of Business and Technology can not recommend that international students finance their education in Denmark via private or commercial loans. In general, living costs in Denmark are so high that studying in Denmark requires that students have a relatively good and sound financial background.