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1 CHOOSE A DANISH UNIVERSITY A Guide to University Studies in Denmark

2 2007, The Danish Rectors Conference Secretariat Published by the Secretariat of the Danish Rectors Conference 2007 Information for this publication was collated in the summer of The Secretariat of the Danish Rectors Conference cannot be held responsible for changes to the information subsequent to that date. Editors Jette Røgild Katrine Biering Sonnenschein Gabrielle Stockmann Available from The Danish Rectors Conference Secretariat Fiolstræde 44, 1. th. DK-1171 Copenhagen K Tel.: Fax: Designed and printed by Gebet ApS, Denmark Cover photos by Tao Lytzen for CBS ISBN

3 Contents Useful Web Sites... 4 Denmark... 6 Danish University Education... 8 Life in Denmark...12 Frequently Asked Questions...14 Introduction to the Eight Danish Universities...16

4 Useful Web Sites General information on Denmark The Ministry of Foreign Affairs website includes addresses of Danish embassies abroad Information on Danish immigration law The official travel guide to Denmark Study in Denmark A comprehensive guide to studying in Denmark Cirius is a national authority supporting the inter nationalisation of education and training in Denmark Information on studies in English at Danish educational institutions Help for full degree bachelor students with the university application form The Danish Rectors Conference is an umbrella organisation for Denmark s eight universities Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation A worldwide student organisation A European student organisation Living in Denmark Information on accommodation Information on working in Denmark Travel planner 4 Choose a Danish University 2007

5 The Eight Danish Universities University of Copenhagen Copenhagen University of Aarhus Århus University of Southern Denmark Odense, Kolding, Esbjerg, Sønderborg, Slagelse Roskilde University Roskilde Aalborg University Aalborg, Esbjerg, Copenhagen Technical University of Denmark Copenhagen Copenhagen Business School Copenhagen Aalborg IT University of Copenhagen Copenhagen Århus Roskilde Copenhagen Esbjerg Kolding Slagelse Odense Sønderborg Choose a Danish University

6 Denmark Denmark is a small country in northern Europe with a unique mix of Scandinavian and European culture. You could say Denmark is Scandinavia s gateway to Europe. Thanks to Denmark s international outlook, visitors find it easy to live and study in the country. The native language is Danish, which resembles other Scandinavian languages. However most Danes speak English fluently as a second language. Most households receive international television channels, cinemas show foreign films in the original language and foreign newspapers are available at libraries. Denmark plays an active role in global business and politics. Danish universities have a long tradition of welcoming international students and researchers. Over the last 20 years, the number of international study programmes has increased considerably with the expansion of universities global networks. Geography Denmark is located in Northern Europe north of Germany, south of Norway and southwest of Sweden between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea. It consists of the peninsula of Jutland and more than 400 islands, including Greenland and the Faroe Islands. The landscape is very flat. You are never more than 52 kilometres from the sea in Den mark, famous for its long white beaches. Woodland makes up 11 per cent of the countryside. Even the towns and cities are full of parks and green spaces. Copenhagen is the country s capital, with some 1.2 million inhabitants. Often called the Paris of the North, the city has an old, historical centre and many pedestrian streets, cycle paths and parks. Climate and the environment The climate is temperate, with mild, windy winters and cool summers. January and February are the coldest months and August is the warmest month. The wind can be quite strong, which explains why the Danish wind industry is the world s largest. Wind power accounts for almost 20 per cent of Denmark s power consumption. Danes are very environmentally conscious. Nine out of 10 Danes routinely recycle bottles and glass. Seven out of 10 take short showers lasting no more than five minutes. Three out of four turn off the light in rooms they are not using. And two out of three Danes always buy environmentally friendly products. Tap water is of high drinking quality and the air is clean. Politics Denmark is a constitutional monarchy and modern democracy. The country is headed by the royal family, which has a ceremonial role devoid of political power. Folketinget, the Danish parliament, is based on a system of proportional representation, whereby several parties can be represented. Thus the government is often a multi-party coalition. For more information on Foketinget see EU membership Since Denmark joined the EEC/EU in 1973, the country has played a significant role in environmental and social matters as well as the EU enlargement process. Denmark has not introduced the euro, the EU common currency, due to a referendum in Denmark in 1992 in which the nation rejected the Maastricht Treaty. However the krone, Denmark s national currency, is closely linked to the euro because of Denmark s fixed exchange-rate policy. Photo: Ole Bang Berthelsen Danish culture has taught me a lot about basic human rights and values. Denmark is a liberal and tolerant country. Many Danes are knowledgeable about the world and interested in foreign cultures. (Abdullah) Name: Abdullah Khoso Country: Pakistan Age: 26 Study programme: European MA in Media 6 Choose a Danish University 2007

7 Photo: Cees van Roeden Photo: Bob Krist Photo: Klaus Bentzen Welfare Denmark is a wealthy country. Its economy is open and dependent on foreign trade. GDP per capita is one of the highest in Europe. Denmark is a welfare society with a relatively even distribution of wealth. Income tax is relative to earnings, so the more you earn, the more tax you pay. Thanks to the Danish taxation system, citizens are well cared for by the state. Danes enjoy free education, medical treatment, hospitalisation and a pension from the age of 65. The state also subsidises unemployment benefit, dental costs and nursing home accommodation. This gives people a considerable degree of security. Equality Denmark is a world example in terms of gender equality. Danish women have a high employment rate almost 75 per cent. Women are well represented in Folketinget and county and local councils. Equal pay has been achieved to a large extent. Religion A total of 83.3 per cent of Danes belong to the Lutheran National Church. The second-largest religious group are Muslims, who make up about five per cent of the population. Personal safety Foreigners visiting Denmark often mention security and safety as the country s most distinctive features. Children walk to school on their own. Even famous business executives don t usually use bodyguards. The country s parliament Folketinget is open to the public, and it is not uncommon to see government ministers cycling through the capital. Even the Queen can go shopping with minimum security personnel. Road safety has improved considerably over the last 30 years. The number of people killed or severely injured in traffic accidents more than halved between 1970 and Denmark is sheltered from natural disasters. For more information on Denmark see: Denmark is at the fore front of research in specialised areas such as biotechnology, food science and environmental protection. Choose a a Danish University

8 Danish University Education Danish universities welcome foreign students from around the world full degree students as well as exchange and guest students. Denmark is known for its modern teaching approach and high academic standards. Higher education institutions can be grouped into research-based universities, specialist university-level institutions and colleges. This brochure describes the eight Danish researchbased universities that award bachelor s, master s and doctoral degrees. For information on other sectors see: intensive programmes. Students on these programmes usually come to Denmark as an exchange or guest student. Summer programmes Some universities offer a wide range of courses during the summer holidays. Study programmes in English International students can choose from a range of courses and full degree programmes taught in English. Joint programmes are offered in cooperation with partner universities in other countries, enabling students to obtain a joint or double degree. If you speak Danish, you can also follow study programmes taught in Danish. International students can choose from the following options: Full degree programmes Students follow a full-time study programme at bachelor or master level and receive a Danish degree or joint degree. Exchange/guest student programmes Exchange students usually come to Denmark via a bilateral or multilateral exchange at their home university and follow courses of their choice at the host institution for one or two terms. Tailored programmes Some institutions offer study programmes tailored to the needs of international students, including one-term study opportunities and For more information on study programmes taught in English at Danish universities see: Degrees International students can choose from the following options: 3-year bachelor s degree (BA or BSc, 180 ECTS) The main entry requirement for a bachelor s degree is an upper secondary-school diploma. 2-year master s degree (MA or MSc, Danish Candidatus programmes, 120 ECTS) The entry requirement is a bachelor s degree of good academic standing in the same subject as, or one similar to, the master s degree. Some universities also give international students the opportunity to complete studies in one year with a postgraduate diploma. 1- or 2-year master s degree (MBA programmes, 60 ECTS) Most of these part-time programmes allow students to work while studying. Some are intensive full-time programmes lasting one Photo: Ole Bang Berthelsen The university has modern facilities and advanced information technology, including e-library and classrooms with wireless internet and computers. Denmark has highly developed IT. ( Justin) Name: Justin M. Pierce Country: US Age: 21 Study programme: BSc in Business Administration 8 Choose a Danish University 2007

9 Photo: University of Copenhagen Photo: Tao Lytzen for CBS Photo: University of Copenhagen year. Entry requirements are a bachelor s degree of good academic standing and 2-3 years of professional experience. 3-year PhD degree (180 ECTS) The entry requirement is a master s degree. This brochure only deals with 2-year MA/MSc degrees (120 ECTS) and not with 1- or 2-year master s degrees (60 ECTS) or PhDs. For more information on these degrees contact the relevant university. Modern teaching approach Universities in Denmark offer a dynamic study environment. Small seminars and group work are central to most study programmes. Students are expected to participate in class and develop an analytical approach to their studies. The Danish university system emphasises independent study and self-discipline. This means students have to work hard but can fulfil their potential. Project work in groups is part of almost all study programmes. Students develop analytical skills in groups, gaining valuable experience for their future careers. Project work also has social benefits. Students get to know each other while working together and often become friends. Exams in Denmark are both oral and written, depending on the course. This differs from the university exam format of many other countries where only one method is used. Communication between students and professors is informal. Students call teachers by their first name and discuss topics in class. Students are asked to evaluate their teachers abilities after each term in an anonymous form. As a result, teaching methods are developing and improving constantly. Did you know that more than 80 per cent of Danish women between the years of 30 and 54 are active in the job market? Choose a a Danish University

10 Since 1900, a total of 13 Nobel Prize winners have been Danish. Photo: Tao Lytzen for CBS Photo: Tao Lytzen for CBS Photo: University of Copenhagen Danish universities offer modern facilities with advanced information technology such as e-library, computer disposal and classrooms with wireless internet connection. High-quality education Danish university education is rooted in a continental European university tradition based on the continuous interaction between teaching and research. Academic standards are high. Studying in Denmark offers students access to up-to-date research through lectures and project work. Studying in Denmark equips students with new skills and can be a once-in-alifetime experience. Written and oral examinations are conducted by teachers and an external examiner, who ensures all exams meet set standards. All universities in Denmark are public and subject to state regulation. Universities enjoy a considerable degree of autonomy but must abide by a framework of quality assurance, which Act on universities (the University Act) To safeguard student influence on education and teaching, the Dean shall set up the necessary number of study boards... Each study board shall comprise of equal numbers of representatives from academic staff and students, selected by and from academic staff and students respectively 10 Choose a Danish University 2007

11 guarantees that all Danish universities meet national and international academic standards. All study programmes are to be accredited on a five-year cycle by the independent Danish accreditation institution. As part of the accreditation of the study programmes, the universities must document that the accredited study programmes are satisfactorily integrated in the university s system for quality assurance, cf. the European standards and guidelines for quality assurance. Danish language courses An entry requirement to study programmes taught in Danish is a strong command of the Danish language. You can demonstrate proficiency by taking Studieprøven (proficiency test at C1 level in Danish), which is preparatory for higher education. This test comprises of four exams and shows ability to read, write, speak and understand Danish. Some university study programmes demand a certain mark. The test can be taken at sprogcentre, language centres throughout Denmark. It is also possible to take Danish language courses at some universities. Terms The academic calendar at most Danish universities is divided into terms, which include public holidays. At most universities the first term begins in August/September and finishes in December/January, including the Christmas holidays. The second term starts in January/February and ends in June, and includes the Easter holidays. Photo: Ole Bang Berthelsen Communication between students and teachers is informal. This makes discussions in lectures interactive and dynamic. Students are expected to take an analytical approach to their studies. (Marina) Name: Marina Shipanova Country: Russia Age: 25 Study programme: BSc in International Business Bologna process Denmark is taking part in the Bologna Process, a reform of higher education programmes in Europe: Mutually recognising foreign qualifications Implementing a common degree structure Implementing a common credit system (the ECTS) as a means to promote the greatest possible student mobility Promoting mobility by participating in a number of higher education exchange programmes Cooperating in quality assurance Promoting the European dimension in higher education Developing life-long learning Involving higher education institutions and students in the process Promoting higher education in Europe Highlighting the importance of re sea rch as an integral part of higher education across Europe Choose a Danish University

12 Life in Denmark There s never a dull moment when studying in Denmark. At university you can join an array of student organisations that organise sporting, political and social events where you can meet fellow students. And when you re not at university, you can travel the country and visit its top tourist attractions. Student life Welcome programmes Most universities have welcome programmes for international students. As brief introductions to both the academic and social aspects of university, these programmes help you settle into university life. Many universities also offer a mentor/buddy system, which pairs international students up with a Danish student, or buddy, who helps with practical matters during the first few weeks. Student organisations At university you will find numerous associa - tions organising regular social events throughout the academic year. These include clubs that organise events giving international students and Danish students the opportunity to socialise and get to know each other. Sports activities Many universities have extensive sports facilities and an array of sports clubs you can join. If you can t find a club that interests you at university, there are also many public and private clubs you can join. Social activities Socialising is a central part of university life. Several departmental committees organise social activities such as parties, cafés and excursions. The infamous weekly Fredagsbar, Friday Bar, held at Danish universities is a great place to meet students for coffees, soft drinks or beers. Political influence You will have the opportunity to influence university life. Every university has political organisations representing students rights. International full degree students can vote for these and stand for election. Leisure Travelling Denmark is small. Public transport is highly efficient so you do not need a car. Bikes are widely used to get around, especially in cities. It is an easy and cheap means of transport. You can buy a cheap bike second-hand by responding to newspaper adverts or going to your local police bike auction. Many international students spend their holidays exploring Denmark and nearby European countries. From Denmark you can reach Norway, Germany and Sweden easily by train or bus. See: If you want to go to Sweden, you can take the train or bus across the Øresund Bridge. Check out when you are travelling by public transport. This website tells you the easiest and quickest way to get from one place to another in Denmark. Nature It s easy to get out of the city and into the countryside in Denmark. You will find many great opportunities to cycle in forests and explore the countryside. If you like hiking, why not join the Studerendes Photo: Ole Bang Berthelsen The social aspect of university is very important in Denmark. Every Friday, students meet at the university café. This is a good opportunity to get to know other students and make friends. ( Joana) Name: Joana Stirnberg Country: Germany Age: 22 Study programme: BA in EU-Studies 12 Choose a Danish University 2007

13 Photo: Cees van Roeden Photo: Dorte Krogh Photo: Ditte Isager Vandreklub, Students Hiking Club. It offers a wide range of trips and activities organised by members: Tourism If you want to visit Denmark s castles, heritage sites, museums, exhibitions and theme parks, visit the official Danish Tourism website: Another popular website is AOK, Everything about Copenhagen: It details upcoming events in the capital. It includes information on films, exhibitions and where to find good restaurants and pubs. Denmark is famous for its art, architecture and design. For more information on Danish design see: Denmark is a small country yet contributes to one per cent of the world s entire scientific production. Music International pop and rock stars play regularly in concert and at festivals in Denmark. The world-famous Roskilde Festival takes place in June/July: and Copenhagen Jazz Festival in July is also known worldwide: Choose a Danish University

14 FAQ What is the application procedure? If you want to study a full degree, contact the university for information on entry qualifications, supplementary tests and application deadlines. These vary, so contact the relevant university for information. You can study in Denmark as an exchange/ guest student if you are enrolled at a university in your home country. Contact your home university to find out about studying in Denmark via an exchange agreement. How much are tuition fees? Tuition at Danish universities is free for EU/ EEA citizens. Tuition fees for students from non-eu/eea countries vary from 5,000 to 15,500 euros per year. Visits according to university exchange programmes are free of charge. Consult individual university websites for more information. Can I get a scholarship? Scholarships and tuition fee waivers for international students are available as follows: - Institutional and governmental scholarships for highly qualified students. - Erasmus Mundus scholarships for master s degrees. - Exchange/guest students can access a range of financial support schemes and tuition fee waivers. Contact your home university or the Danish university you would like to attend for more information, or visit: Do I need a residence permit? If you are an EU/EEA citizen you can apply for your residence certificate when you have arrived in Denmark. Nordic citizens do not need a residence permit. If you are a non-eu/eea citizen you must apply for a residence permit through the Danish Embassy/Consulate General in your home country before leaving. Allow two months for it to be processed: Am I covered by health insurance in Denmark? EU/EEA nationals who are covered by public health insurance in their country of origin will be covered by public health insurance when they move to Denmark. If you move to Denmark from a country which is not a member of the EU/EEA, it will typically be six weeks before you can access public health services. The public health service in Denmark covers hospitalisation and medical consultations, both fully subsidised by the state. However dental care and prescription medicine are not fully subsidised: How and where can I find accommodation? Finding a cheap place to live often takes time, so contact the university for information as soon as you receive your letter of acceptance. University administration offices often offer advice on finding accommodation and some guarantee you a place to live. Several forms of accommodation are available: - A kollegium, a room in student halls of residence, costs euros per month. While none of the universities have on-campus housing, many have halls of residence near campus. - A room with a private family costs euros per month. - A rented flat - either on an individual basis or sharing with other students varies in cost. To find accommodation see: Photo: Ole Bang Berthelsen When I arrived, I was amazed by the number of people young and old - who speak fluent English. It s really easy to communicate. (Anna) Name: Anna Maria Ryl Country: Poland Age: 24 Study programme: MSc in Business Language and Culture 14 Choose a Danish University 2007

15 Can I get a job in Denmark? The chances of finding employment are small, so do not rely on finding paid full-time or part-time work to finance your stay. Students from Scandinavian countries and EU/EEA member states do not usually need a work permit for student jobs. Only EU students from the 10 new EU member countries must apply for a work permit. Students from non-eu/eea countries are allowed to work up to 15 hours per week during term time and to work full-time during the summer holidays ( June, July, and August). You receive a work permit together with the residence permit: How do I manage my money? Foreign credit cards such as Visa, MasterCard, Eurocard and American Express are widely accepted in Denmark, but generally not in supermarkets. Credit cards can be used in the many cash machines in cities. Another option is traveller cheques, which can be cashed in banks. Most Danes have a dankort, which can be used in almost every shop in Denmark. You can get this card when opening a bank account in Denmark. In most cases it is free to open a bank account. Ask for advice on the different options available and the costs involved. What are living costs? - Cereals (750 g): 3 euros - A kilo of rice: 1.50 euros - A newspaper: 2 euros - A litre of milk: 1 euro - A sandwich: 3-5 euros - Six eggs: 1-2 euros - A litre of petrol: 1.30 euros - A kilo of potatoes: 1.50 euros - A coffee: 3 euros - Cinema: 9.50 euros - A second-hand bike: 135 euros - A night at a youth hostel: 16 euros Did you know Denmark has the world s most frequently cited researchers? Photo: Tao Lytzen for CBS Choose a Danish University

16 Introduction to the eight Danish universities The University of Copenhagen Introduction The University of Copenhagen was founded in It is located in the capital and is the oldest and largest university in Denmark. The University of Copenhagen s most important contributions to society are outstanding basic research and the education of graduates to the highest standard. The University has produced no less than eight Nobel Prize winners. In 2006, the University was ranked 54th in the world and 14th in Europe (THES Ranking). The same year the University joined nine of the world s leading research universities to form the International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU). The University also represents a cornerstone in the regional educational and research collaboration in the Danish-Swedish Øresund Region. Faculties Our eight faculties create a comprehensive university. The faculties are: Health Sciences, Humanities, Law, Life Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Science, Social Sciences and Theology. The faculties are located in four campus areas. Degree programmes taught in English The University of Copenhagen offers master s degrees in English in: Agricultural Development; Biology-Biotechnology; Environmental and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental Chemistry; Food Science and Technology; Horticultural Sciences; Parasitology; Process Analytical Technology; Ancient History of West Asia; Economics; Human Biology; Public Health; Insurance Mathematics; Mathematics; Mathematics-Economics; Statistics; Computer Science; Physics; Geophysics; Biophysics; Astronomy; Geography and Geoinformatics; Geology-Geoscience; Chemistry; Environmental Chemistry; Biology; Molecular Biomedicine; Biochemistry; Bioinformatics; Nanotechnology; E-science. Figures Total number of students: 37,000 Number of international students: 3,300 Number of academic staff: 3,295 Tuition fees Students from non-eu/eea countries are required to pay tuition fees. For detailed information, please visit Exchange students do not pay tuition fees. Application deadlines All degree student applicants with non-danish examinations (regardless of nationality) applying for bachelor s programmes must apply before 15 March. Master s degree students apply directly to the relevant faculty. Please check deadlines with the faculty. Non-degree application deadlines are 1 May and 1 October. The University of Copenhagen also participates in the following Erasmus Mundus programmes: Trope-Ed: Master of International Health; Europubhealth: European Master of Public Health; Agris Mundus: Sustainable Development in Agriculture Master s Course; Sutrofor: Sustainable Tropical Forestry Erasmus Mundus Master s Course; Sufonama: Sustainable Forest and Nature Management. The University continues to develop high quality degree programmes taught in English. Courses in English for non-degree students Each semester the University of Copenhagen offers more than 500 individual courses taught in English. University of Copenhagen Nørregade 10 P.O. Box 2177 DK-1017 Copenhagen K Phone: Fax: For more information 16 Choose a Danish University 2007

17 University of Aarhus Introduction The University of Aarhus is among the top 200 universities in the world. Founded in 1928 it has a long tradition of offering broad and internationally recognised research and education. It is a modern university, which collaborates with the business community, cultural centres and other universities throughout the world. In the beginning of 2007 the University of Aarhus merged with The National Environmental Research Institute, The Danish Institute of Agricultural Sciences, The Aarhus School of Business and The Danish University of Education. As a result of the merger the University of Aarhus has increased considerably in size and is now the second-largest university in Denmark. Figures Total number of students: 24,400 Number of international students: 1,600 Number of academic staff: 3,595 Tuition fees Please contact the university for information. Application deadlines Please contact the university for information. Faculties The University of Aarhus has nine faculties and schools: Humanities, Health Sciences, Social Sciences, Theology, Science, Agricultural Science, Environmental Research Institute, School of Business and School of Education. Degree programmes taught in English Bachelor s programmes: Biotechnology, Business Administration, Business Administration and International Management, Chemistry and Technology, Electronic Engineering, Geotechnology, Global Management and Manufacturing, International Management, International Communication and Multimidia, Marketing and Management Communication. Master s programmes: Astronomy, Biology, Bioinformatics, Biology, Biomedical Engineering, Business, Business Performance Management, Chemistry, Computer Science, Cognitive Semiotics, Corporate Communication, Economic Consulting, European Studies, EU Business and Law, Finance, Finance and International Business, Geology, Geophysics, History of Science, Information Management, Information Technology, International Business, International Management, International Communication and Multimedia, International Studies, Logistics, Management Accounting and Control, Marketing, Mathematics, Mathematics-Economics, Material Physics Chemistry, Medicinal Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Molecular Medicine, Molecular Nutrition and Food Technology Multimedia, Nanoscience, Optics and Electronics, Organisation and Leadership, Philosophy, Physics, Process Engineering, Statistics, Strategy, Technical Physics, Technical Geology, Technical IT. Erasmus Mundus: Three programmes within Lifelong Learning, Journalism and Media, Media and Communication and Cultural Studies. Courses in English for non-degree students Courses taught in English are offered by the following faculties and schools at bachelor and master levels: Humanities, Social Sciences, Theology, Science, Health Sciences, School of Business and School of Education. University of Aarhus Nordre Ringgade 1 DK-8000 Aarhus C Phone: Fax: For more information Choose a Danish University

18 Introduction to the eight Danish universities University of Southern Denmark Introduction The University of Southern Denmark is a modern five campus university with close links with business, industry and institutions in Denmark and across the world. The University is firmly committed to thinking and acting internationally at all levels. This global approach enables international students and researchers to participate equally alongside their Danish counterparts. Faculties The University offers education and research at the highest level, with five faculties: Health Sciences, Science, Engineering, Social Sciences and Humanities. Degree programmes taught in English Engineering: B.Eng. in Global Management and Manufacturing; B.Eng. in Mechatronics - Management and Technology; B.Sc. in Innovation and Business; B.Sc. in Mechatronics; M.Sc.Eng. in Chemistry; M.Sc.Eng. in Embedded Systems; M.Sc.Eng. in Innovation and Business; M.Sc.Eng. in Mechatronics; M.Sc.Eng. in Modern Artificial Intelligence; M.Sc.Eng. in Physics and Technology; M.Sc. Eng. in Product Development and Innovation; M.Sc.Eng. in Robotics; M.Sc.Eng. in Software Systems; M.Sc. in IT Product Design. Natural Sciences: M.Sc. in Aquatic Environmental Biology; M.Sc. in Biological Oceanography; M.Sc. in Biotechnology; M.Sc. in Computer Science. Social Sciences: B.Sc. in Business Administration; B.Sc. in European Studies; M.Sc. in Economics in Theory and Applications; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Business Relationship Management; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Enterprise Development; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Environmental and Resource Management; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Finance; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Global Logistics and Supply Chain Management; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Marketing, Globalization, and Communication; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Strategic Entrepreneurship; M.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration, Strategy and Organization; M.Sc. in European Studies. Humanities: B.Sc. in Business, Language and Culture [Chinese]; M.A. in American Studies; M.A. in English Studies; M.Sc. in International Business and Modern Languages; M.Sc. in International Tourism and Leisure Management; M.A. in Maritime Archaeology. Health Sciences: M.Sc. in Public Health. Courses in English for non-degree students The University offers tailored exchange programmes taught in English. Non-degree students can also choose courses from the 38 entire degrees taught in English. In addition to this, the Faculty of Humanities offers courses taught in English, German, French and Spanish at bachelor and master levels. Figures Degree students: 18,000 International students: 2,700 Academic staff: 1,400 Tuition fees Non EU/EEA citizens are required to pay tuition fee (unless enrolled as exchange students). Fees range from 6,200 to 13,900 euros. Application deadlines Depends on the degree; check for more information. University of Southern Denmark Campusvej 55 DK-5230 Odense M Phone: Fax: For more information 18 Choose a Danish University 2007

19 Roskilde University Introduction Roskilde University is a state university founded in 1972 with the objective of providing research and education at the highest level in the fields of Natural Science, Social Science and the Humanities. Roskilde University is located in a beautiful landscape close to the town of Roskilde and is highly accessible due to excellent train and bus connections. Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, can be reached within 25 minutes from Roskilde University. Faculties Department of Communication, Business and Information Technologies (CBIT) Department of Culture and Identity (CUID) Department of Environmental, Social and Spatial Change (ENSPAC) Department of Psychology and Educational Studies (PAES) Department of Science, Systems and Models (NSM) Department of Society and Globalisation (ISG) Figures Total number of students: 9,000 Number of international students: 900 Number of academic staff: 800 Tuition fees Fees for non EU/EEA citizens range from 6,700 to 12,300 euros per academic year. Application deadlines Applicants with a foreign entrance examination must apply before 15 March in the year of enrolment. Degree programmes taught in English Bachelor of Science Bachelor of Social Science Bachelor of Arts Master of Science (Chemistry and Environmental Biology; Chemistry and Molecular Biology; Environmental Biology and Molecular Biology; Environmental Biology and Technological and Socio-Economic Planning) Master of Social Science (Public Administration; Public Administration with specialisation in European Union Studies and Cultural Encounters; Public Administration with specialisation in European Union Studies and Communication) Master of Arts (Communication and English; Communication and Cultural Encounters; English and Cultural Encounters) Courses in English for non-degree students More than 100 courses taught in English are offered by all departments at bachelor and master levels. Roskilde University Universitetsvej 1 P.O.Box 260 DK-4000 Roskilde Denmark Phone: Fax: For more information Choose a Danish University

20 Introduction to the eight Danish universities Aalborg University Introduction Breaking away from the traditional university concept, Aalborg University emerged in 1974 with a profile very much of its own. The key concept in both research and teaching is: interdisciplinarity, problem-centred and project-organised studies, and interaction of theory and practice through close cooperation with institutions and companies outside the university. Many of the programmes give the students the opportunity to undertake an internship in a company or organisation as part ot the education. Faculties Humanities; Social Science; Engineering, Science and Medicine Bachelor s degrees taught in English Bachelor of Engineering and Science (Communication Systems; Computer Science; Electrical Energy Engineering; Medialogy); Bachelor of Science (Business Administration) Master s degrees taught in English Master of Arts (Culture and Innovative Language; Culture, Communication and Globalisation; Human Centred Informatics; Tourism) Master of Social Science (Changes in European Welfare Regimes and the European Social Model; Development and Int. Relations; European Studies; Innovation, Knowledge and Economic Dynamics; Innovation, Knowledge and Entrepreneurial Dynamics; Int. Business Economics) Master of Engineering and Science (Acoustics; Applied Signal Processing and Implementation; Architectural Design; Architecture; Biomedical Engineering; Biomedical Engineering and Informatics; Chemical Engineering; Civil Engineering; Computer Vision and Graphics; Digital Design; Electrical Power Systems and High Voltage Tech.; Environmental Engineering; Environmental Man.; Environmental Studies (Erasmus Mundus); GPS Tech.; Geoinformation Tech. and Man.; Indoor Environmental Engineering; Industrial Biotechnology; Industrial Design; Industrial Geography; Information Architecture; Information Tech.; Integrative Geography; Intelligent Autonomous Systems; Intelligent Multimedia; Intelligent Reliable Systems; Int. Education in Chemistry; Int. Technology Man.; Land Man.; Machine Intelligence; Material Science; Measurement Science; Mechanical Vibro-Acoustics and Noise; Medialogy; Megatronic Control Engineering; Mobile Communication; Networking Planning and Man.; Network Security; Oil and Gas Tech.; Power Electronics and Drive; Product, Process and Production Development; RF Integrated Systems and Circuits; Signal and Information Processing for Communications; Software Construction; Software Systems Engineering; Spatial Information Man.; Sustainable Energy Engineering (Electrical Specialization and Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Tech. Specialisation); Sustainable Energy Planning and Man.; Thermal Energy and Process Engineering; Urban Design; Urban Planning and Man.; Windpower Systems) Courses in English for guest and exchange students (non-degree students) All master s degree programme courses taught in English are also offered for guest/exchange students. The following programmes are only for guest/ exchange students: Environmental Tech. and Man.; European Studies in Society, Science and Tech.; Int. Cultural Studies; Languages and Int. Business Communication; Psychology. Figures Total number of students: 14,185 Number of international students: 1,400 Number of academic staff: 1,243 Tuition fees Students from non EU/EEA countries are required to pay tution fee. Fees range from 5,300 to 14,400 euros per academic year. Application deadlines Applicants requiring visa: 15 March and 15 August. Other applicants: 1 May and 1 October. Aalborg University P.O. Box 159 DK-9100 Aalborg Phone: For more information 20 Choose a Danish University 2007

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