Language: Several classes in a variety of subjects are taught in English
Level(s): Graduate and Undergraduate
Subjects: Health Sciences, Humanities, Life Sciences, Social Sciences, Anthropology, Political Science
Length: Academic Year or Semester
Cost: MSU Tuition
Deadline: March 1 for the following fall; October 1 for the following spring
With over 37,000 students and more than 7,000 employees, the University of Copenhagen is the largest institution of research and education in Denmark. Research is of high quality, and the strength of the university makes it realistic to establish internationally competitive focus areas and to expand its net of partner institutions. In addition, the academic diversity and the experiences with regional and international cooperation form a basis for the creation of new and necessary multi-disciplinary areas within research and education. Last, but not least, the geographical position of University of Copenhagen as a capital university and member of the Oresund University offers opportunities to attract excellent researchers and students and to work together with a wide range of private and public companies and institutions.
The University of Copenhagen is the largest educational institution in Denmark. Together, the eight faculties offer over 200 programs for study in health sciences, humanities, law, life sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, science, social sciences, and theology. For a list of courses offered in English: http://studies.ku.dk/studies/
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Language of Instruction
The University of Copenhagen offers a significant number of courses in English each semester. This allows exchange students to put together a comprehensive study program, which will meet the demands of their home institutions.
The safe atmosphere, the well-developed infrastructure, the low level of pollution and the many cultural events all contribute to making Copenhagen one of the most livable cities in the world. The waterfront and the many parks offer opportunities to relax away from the noise of city life. On weekends and during semester breaks, it is easy get away to explore the beautiful castles and countryside around the island of Zealand or cross Øresund to discover our neighboring country, Sweden.
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For additional information about studying in Denmark, contact:
Study Abroad Advisor
Office of International Programs
400 Culbertson Hall