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Fees & Finances

Expenses during the study period

Expenses during the study period


Tuition
There are no tuition fees for students coming from Denmark, the Nordic countries and countries within EU/EEA, including Switzerland.

Students coming from countries outside of EU/EEA must pay tuition fee, unless they hold a permanent Danish residence permit. Paying the first year’s fee is a precondition for obtaining a student’s residence permit.

You can find a list of the current tuition fees here:

You can find a detailed description of the enrollment process for non-EU/EEA applicants here.


Materials fee
All students must pay a materials fee of DKK 2,200 (€300) per month during the first 3 years of the education (a total of DKK 79,200 (€10,640) for the Animation programme and DKK 92,400 (€12,400) for Graphic Storytelling).

The fee covers elements which students at other institutions are expected to provide/pay for themselves, and include: Individual work stations including an industry standard computer and Wacom board, animation drawing table, various animation supplies: specialty pencils, paper, books and readers, sketch books, study trips to animation film festivals, software and materials related to creating the productions and much more.

See full Materials List:

Application fee
Please note that there is an application fee for non-EU applicants.

Living Costs
You should expect average monthly living costs between DKK 5,000 and 7,000 (roughly €650 - 900), including accommodation. More information about costs for dormitory rooms can be found here

Financial support

Financial support for Danish students - SU
The bachelor programs are approved for SU for the official duration (3½ years or 41 months for Character Animation and CG Artist and 4 years or 46 months for Graphic Storytelling).
Apply through minsu.dk.

Financial support for students from EU/ EEA countries
As a general rule, foreign students are not eligible for the Danish educational support scheme (SU).
EU citizens may be eligible for SU if they have a contract for 10-12 work hours per week.
Please go to SU's website for more information.


Financial support for tuition-paying students from countries outside the EU/EEA
Until 2017, VIA offered a limited number of scholarships to cover the tuition fees for a shorter or longer period of your education. Currently, there are no scholarships available for the education.

You can read more about financial terms and options here.


 

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