Universities

Universities in Denmark

Aalborg University (AAU) 541 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
10 Courses
102 Courses
City
Established
Aalborg
1974
Status
Type
Private
University
Aarhus University (AU) 383 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
100 Courses
122 Courses
City
Established
Aarhus
1928
Status
Type
Private
University
University of Copenhagen 337 Visitors
Graduate
54 Courses
City
Established
Copenhagen
1479
Status
Type
Private
University
Zealand Institute of Business and Technology 352 Visitors
Undergraduate
9 Courses
City
Established
Copenhagen
2008
Status
Type
Public
Applied Science
Aarhus School of Maritime and Technical Engineering 339 Visitors
City
Established
Aarhus
1896
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Aarhus School of Architecture 310 Visitors
City
Established
Aarhus
1965
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) 257 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
1 Courses
53 Courses
City
Established
Lyngby
1829
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
University of Southern Denmark (SDU) 201 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
11 Courses
56 Courses
City
Established
Odense
1998
Status
Type
Private
University
The Copenhagen School of Marine Engineering and Technology Management 225 Visitors
City
Established
Kongens Lyngby
1906
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Maritime Training and Education Centre (MARTEC) 228 Visitors
City
Established
Frederikshavn
2001
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Danish School of Media and Journalism (DMJX) 181 Visitors
City
Established
Aarhus
2008
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) 163 Visitors
City
Established
Copenhagen
1999
Status
Type
Private
University
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Welcome to Denmark!

Denmark is situated in Scandinavia in northern Europe. It is the southernmost of the Nordic countries and consists of the greater part of the Jutland Peninsula. Denmark’s capital, Copenhagen – often called the Paris of the North – has an old, historical center and a large network of pedestrian streets, bicycle paths, and parks. Denmark has much to offer such as high quality of living, social security, a clean environment and an attractive business climate with high standards in education and research, and an international outlook. In Denmark, you will enjoy the informal atmosphere in class at university, an international approach to education as well as a large array of progressive study programs.

Studying Abroad in Denmark

Denmark is one of the most egalitarian societies in the world. The Danish welfare model ensures a healthy work-life balance as well as free education and healthcare for all. As an international student in Denmark you too will benefit from our efficient public services.

Study in Denmark

Universities and other higher education institutions in Denmark offers a wide selection of degree programmes and individual courses taught fully in English. It makes it easy for international to find attractive study opportunities in Denmark. Denmark currently hosts almost 23,000 international tertiary level students – including almost 200 from India according to UNESCO 2012 assessment. The Danish higher education system has a good reputation around the world, and 3 Danish universities featured in the Global Top 200 of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016.

Scholarships to Study in Denmark

The Danish educational system is designed to promote creativity, innovation, analytical and critical thinking. As a student in Denmark, you will be met by an up-to-date learning environment where you can learn from industry experts and undertake internships in internationally recognised organisations. More than that, to ease your pathway to study in Denmark, the country offers various scholarships programs to international students. Some of the scholarships offered are Danish government scholarships or highly qualified non-EU/EEA students and Doctorate Scholarship (PhD position) in Danish Institutions of Higher Education.

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