Fees and Finances

Students at VIA can apply for scholarships to cover some of their living expenses, including insurance.

About fees and finances

Application fee for full degree programmes
Citizens from outside the EU/EEA are required to pay an application fee when applying for one of VIA’s full degree programmes.

Citizens from outside the EU/EAA are required to pay a 100 euro application fee before your application can be processed.

Please note that the application fee is required for all our full degree programmes with the exception of the Global Nutrition & Health programme.

When is the fee to be paid?
The application fee is to be paid at the time of application for one or more programmes at VIA University College in order to cover the expenses associated with processing your application.

Payment deadlines follow application deadlines, which you can find on the programmes’ websites.

How do you pay?
You pay the fee online by following the link below. Please note that your application will not be processed until you have paid the application fee in full and the fee has been registered correctly.

Please note also that the online payment form is only open during those periods in which application is also open.

Go to the online payment form (in English) 

Will the fee be reimbursed?
Your application fee will be deducted from your tuition fee for the 1st semester if you accept an offer of admission from VIA University College.

If you decide to refuse an offer of admission or if you are not offered admission, your application fee will not be reimbursed.

Tuition fees
The annual tuition fee vary from programme to programme.

Chinese citizens who enroll as a full degree and exchange students at VIA is required to pay tuition for the programme in which they enroll. 

See the tuition fee at the relevant programme

The annual tuition fee for each programme is listed on the programme’s own web page. Further costs may also apply, and these costs vary from programme to programme. 

Students coming to VIA through a bilateral or exchange agreement are exempt from tuition fees.

As a student at VIA you can apply for scholarships and grants from both VIA and from publicly-funded schemes.

Scholarships for highly qualified international students 

Each year VIA offers a limited number of scholarships for highly qualified international students. The scholarship is awarded based on a list of carefully selected criteria. Please read more in English about the scholarship in the information sheet (pdf).

How to apply for a scholarship

Currently closed for applications. Next application round will be in the spring of 2020 and the application form will be available on our English website. Go to our English website.

For questions please contact: via.scholarship@via.dk  


Please be aware of adequate insurance under your stay in Denmark.

In general Denmark is a safe country to live in. Still we recommend that you take out adequate insurance while studying in Denmark.

Health insurance 

Students who have a Danish residence permit and are registered with the municipal civil registration office will be covered by the Danish health insurance scheme 6-8 weeks after their arrival in Denmark. 

It is strongly recommended that you arrange for health insurance to cover any incidental medical bills for the first 8 weeks of your stay. 

The Danish health insurance scheme covers free medical care at a general practitioner or, if necessary, at a hospital. 

Accident insurance 

Covering the financial consequences of an accident.  

Third-party liability insurance

Covering expenses if you have to pay compensation to a third party. 

Home insurance

For your personal belongings. 

Read more about health and safety at Study in Denmark (in English).


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