MIT to UCPH to Niels Bohr Institute

Cambridge, Massachusetts to Copenhagen, Denmark

Admission Requirements


SAT II- Math Level 1 & Biology

ACT (plus writing)- Math Level 2 & Chemistry

TOEFL- Physics

$75 Application Fee

Must submit SAT or ACT scores.

-Niels Bohr Institute-

Foreign exchange study program and career as a researcher there

Attractions in Copenhagen, Denmark

Niels Bohr Astrophysics or Astronomy Department

Required to have a PhD majored in physics and/or astronomy

45-48 hours of classes to graduate

Income & Tuition

Income- approximately 862695.00 DKK per year

Tuition- Approximately $57,000

Financial Aid covers everything you can't afford

Only the top 25% of applicants get the job.

I think we're going to the moon because it's in the nature of the human being to face challenges. It's by the nature of his deep inner soul... we're required to do these things just as salmon swim upstream.

-Neil Armstrong-

MIT's Reputation

"To help fight against the stereotype of being a school filled with social grace-less nerds, once a year MIT holds an elective in etiquette via a pop-up charm school. For the last 19 years, students who sign up for the seminar learn everything from table manners for business dining (no noises while eating! tines down!) to how to make a good first impression to dressing for success. During the one-day school, the students learn the rules of the manners that govern the work place and help fight the stereotypes of hapless brainiacs who can’t be allowed to eat in public. But, what’s in it for the students aside from valuable life skills? One credit per class."

Things I would like to do at MIT and in Copenhagen:

Football (Soccer)