Application Process

To be considered for a study place, applicants are asked to complete our admissions form further down the page. We will then review the application and will then contact the applicant in the near future. Upon acceptance of the applicant’s registration, the applicant will be invited to a personal interview, where you will have the opportunity to see the school’s surroundings, ask questions and where the school’s management will have the opportunity to hear more about the applicant.

Step 1

The applicant sends an application via the form below. Upon acceptance of the registration, the applicant is invited to a personal interview, where there is an opportunity to see the school’s surroundings, ask questions and where the school’s management has the opportunity to hear more about the applicant.

Step 2

The applicant is invited to a personal interview (can be done via online meeting in special cases). At the admissions interview, the applicant must bring creative work or artistic and craft work to display.

Step 3

We assess the application and the applicant will receive a response to his application to SAFD within 30 days. In special cases or in the case of applications received six months before the start of school, the decision can however be delayed for a longer period of time.


Admission Requirements

SAFD takes your education as seriously as you do yourself, and we welcome the applications we receive from all potential students. Emphasis is placed on curiosity, interest and knowledge of fashion, culture and society. Emphasis is also placed on goals and determination on the part of the applicant, an ability to empathize and a desire to experiment. To be original in one’s expression, possess the ability to use the eye, and have a feeling for shape, color and material.

In order to be admitted to the programme, SAFD has the following requirements for prospective students:

  • Applicants must be 18 years of age.
  • Applicants must be able to understand Danish, Norwegian or Swedish at a reasonable level.
  • Applicants must have a formulated business objective and a desire to make a name for themselves in the industry after graduation.

* SAFD reserves the right to grant exemptions to applicants if they do not meet the relevant requirements. This can happen if the school e.g. assesses that applicants show extraordinary abilities within the subject or, if applicants live abroad and do not have the opportunity to come to a personal interview.

Rates and Payment

The education fee amounts to a total of 198.000 DKK, which is due in the following instalments:

1. Rate 1. June 39.500 DKK
2. Rate 1. November 39.500 DKK
3. Rate 1. May 39.500 DKK
4. Rate 1. November 39.500 DKK
5. Rate 1. May 20.000 DKK
6. Rate 1. November 20.000 DKK

When admission has ben accepted, a deposit of DKK 4,000 is paid, which is refunded upon payment of the 6th Installment.

Payment to SAFD can be made via bank transfer to the school’s account in Nordea:
Reg no. 2191
Account no. 0102 303083

Regarding payments from abroad:
IBAN: DK9220000102303083

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SU and Scholarships

The education is SU-approved by the Agency for Higher Education and Science and Research, and the student can therefore apply for SU. This can be done via SU’s website, which you can find here.

Rates for SU

SU is DKK 6,589 per month for those living away from home and up to DKK 2,593 per month (depending on household income) for those living at home.

In addition, the student is eligible for an additional SU supplement of up to DKK 2,572 per month as SAFD is a private school.

SU loan and Private earnings

In addition to SU, it is possible to take out an SU loan of DKK 3,371 per month.

If you receive SU, there are limits to how much you can earn on the side – known as the “annual allowance”. Maximum allowed income per month in addition to SU is 18,412 DKK for students who do not live with their parents.

Loan Options

Students from Denmark can apply for funding from the Danish State Educational Grant (SU)

Students from Norway can apply for support from Lånekassen www.lå

Students from Sweden can apply for funding from CSN

Students from Iceland can apply for funding from LIN


We understand the importance of supporting our talented students so they can pursue their passion and excel as future designers. We have therefore made it a little easier to get an overview of the various types of allowances, scholarships and loans, to ensure that financial concerns do not stand in the way of your educational journey.


Income (incl. SAFD supplement) for non-resident SU for the entire education.


Maximum income from SU loan.


Total income from SU and SU loans.


Tuition fee for the entire education.


Maximum income for the scholarship for non-residents for the entire education.


Maximum income from loans for the entire education.


Total income from scholarships and loans from Lånekassen.


Tuition fee for the entire education.


Scholarship income for the entire education.


Maximum income from loans.


Total income from scholarship and loans.


Tuition fee for the entire education.


Maximum income for loans through LIN.


Total income from scholarships and loans from Lånekassen.


Tuition fee for the entire education.

We understand that every student has unique financial circumstances. That’s why we offer flexible payment options, including installment plans that can be customized to your needs.

At Scandinavia Academy of Fashion Design, we want to remove as many financial barriers as possible and allow you to focus on your education and creative development. Our educational supplements, including grants, scholarships and internship opportunities, are designed to enhance your educational journey and help you achieve your dreams as a designer. We are here to support you on your path to success in the fashion world.

Rates from 2023.

Application Form

Submit your application by filling in the form below.