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University of Copenhagen  
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. The purpose of the University – to quote the University Statute – is to ’conduct research and provide further education to the highest academic level’.

Arhus University  
The University of Aarhus has set its target for the next five years.“Quality and diversity” is the heading for the strategy.The first chapter of the University of Aarhus' history began with the inauguration of "University studies in Jutland" in Aarhus Technical College's ceremonial hall on the 11th of September 1928.The University Association Aarhus (Universitets-Samvirket), in 1921, which, together with the municipality of Aarhus, formed the impetus in the fight to have Denmark's second university located in Aarhus.

Technical University of Denmark  
In 1829, when Hans Christian Ørsted founded what became the Technical University of Denmark (DTU), he created an eloquent response to an important need in society: to make use of scientific progress in the service of society by applying technology.DTU has contributed to Denmark achieving a leading position within such diverse fields as design, wind energy, biotechnology, electronics and telecommunication. DTU thereby deserves a substantial share of the credit for Denmark being able, despite its modest size, to create and maintain a welfare society that is the envy of many nations.

Aalborg University  
A characteristic feature of Aalborg University is the courage to follow new paths within research as well as education. As a result, Aalborg University is one of Denmark’s leading universities in terms of uncovering innovative ways of cooperating with the surrounding world at a local as well as national and international level.

University of Southern  
University of Southern provides relevant information for researchers, teachers and students at SDU. In addition to library services for SDU staff and students, the library also provides services for other interested external users, the business community and other libraries.Research, teaching, communication and the transfer of knowledge at the University of Southern Denmark are grouped into five academic faculties, The Faculty of Humanities , The Faculty of Science , The Faculty of Social Sciences , The Faculty of Health Sciences , The Faculty of Engineering.

Copenhagen Business School  
Copenhagen Business School is an international school, focused on developing strong links between comtemporary research and the active business community. The atmosphere is intellectual, but always in a way that keeps business realities firmly in focus.

IT University of Copenhagen  
The IT University of Copenhagen (ITU) became an autonomous university, the 12th University in Denmark, on June 1st, 2003. The IT University of Copenhagen is an innovative university that through research and education create new IT and knowledge on a high international level.

Faculty of Life Sciences  
The Faculty of Life Sciences is one of Europe's leading university environments in the areas of food, health, plants, biotechnology, natural resources, the environment and related academic areas. Our research and degree programmes are centred around knowledge and tools that can help secure a brighter future for humans, animals and plants.

Roskilde University  
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. These activities at Roskilde University are organised in six departments; degrees are offered in a wide range of subjects at Bachelor, Master and Ph.D. levels. Many study programmes are now being offered in English at both undergraduate and graduate levels, thus creating an exciting and inspiring study environment for both Danish students and students coming from abroad


Aarhus School of Business University of Aarhus  
The Aarhus School of Business University of Aarhus Career Centre is the direct link between the corporate world and the students at the Aarhus School of Business. Through the ASB Career Centre your company will gain access to: Students, who would like to collaborate on an assignment and solve a company issue Students, who would like to participate in an internship programme,Students, who would like to get a student job to compliment their studies ,Students, who are just about to graduate – bachelors and masters alike ,Students, who have already graduated and are entering the job market.

Arhus University Hospital, The Danish eHealth Portal  
Sundhed.dk is the official Danish eHealth Portal for the public Danish Healthcare Services('sundhed' means health in danish).For the first time, the public Danish Healthcare Services have been brought together on the Internet by Sundhed.dk. This makes it possible for patients, their families and healthcare professionals alike to access information and to communicate with each other.

Royal School of Library and Information Science  
The Royal School of Library and Information Science (RSLIS), Denmark is a higher education institution responsible to the Danish Ministry of Cultural Affairs for education, research and development to the highest level in the field of Library and Information Science.

Danish University of Education  
Danish University of Education conduct research and offer research-based postgraduate programmes within the entire field of education studies.

Engineering College of Aarhus  
The Engineering College of Aarhus educates engineers with a practical and professional approach heading for a job in the industrial sector. We have close ties to industry and emphasize cooperation regarding technical development, engineering training and projects. The College is futhermore known for a good study environment and its many student activities.

Copenhagen Technical Academy and Copenhagen Polytechnic  
In Copenhagen Technical Academy and Copenhagen Polytechnic you can start on more than 50 different types of education for example : Bricklayer, dental technician, Carpenter, graphic designer, tool maker. We also provide education in labour market courses and company-adapted supplementary education

University College Vitus Bering Denmark  
As an education centre, Vitus Bering Denmark is unique. No similar institution provides such a varied range of programmes at so many different levels. We offer educational programmes within technology, business and social education. Vitus Bering Denmark is organised in three main fields of activity: A University College,A Vocational College ,Upper Secondary School.

Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences  
The Danish University of Pharmaceutical Sciences, dating back to 1892, merged on 1 January 2007 with the University of Copenhagen. Today called the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences (PHARMA), it is still the only academic institution in Denmark that offers a MSc programme in pharmacy.

Odense Technical College  
Founded in 1844, Odense Tekniske Skole / Odense Technical College is one of Denmark's oldest and largest vocational colleges. Today Odense Technical College has approximately 4.000 students (converted into full-time students) and around 600 employees.Odense is one of the largest towns in Denmark. It is situated on the island of Funen in the heart of Denmark

National Unviersity Hospital Rigshopitalet  
Rigshospitalet is a highly specialized hospital which has tasks within patient treatment, research and development, and training. Rigshospitalet has national and regional responsibilities within all medical specialities apart from dermatology, occupational medicine and child psychiatry.

Aarhus Technical College  
Increase your international compe­ten­cies through the oppor­tu­ni­ties of the four Govern­men­tally Approved AP Degree - Pro­fes­sio­nal Higher Edu­cation Pro­gram­mes - offered by the Academy of Profes­sional Higher Edu­cation at Aarhus Technical College.

The Royal Academy of Fine Arts School of Architecture  
The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architecture educates architects in the fields of architectural design and restoration, urban and landscape planning, and industrial, graphic, and furniture design. The tuition takes place within 9 departments providing instruction on all levels, while the research is organized within 4 institutes. The diploma is earned through a three-year undergraduate course leading to Bachelor of Architecture and a two-year graduate course leading to Master of Architecture.

Tietgen Business College  
In Odense, Denmark's third-largest city, there's a wide range of educational opportunities ranging from basic vocational training to higher education at the Engineering College, the University, and of course Tietgen Business College.As an educational centre, Odense has a highly trained labour force, e.g. linguists, business economists and engineers. The University of Southern Denmark, Odense Technical College, Tietgen Business College etc. all keep the workplaces supplied with qualified labour at all levels.

Aalborg Technical College  
Established more than 200 years ago, Aalborg Technical College is now one of Denmark's largest and most versatile providers of vocational education and training for youth; in-service and re-training of industry employees and unemployed; professional higher education at university level, and consultancy services to private companies and public institutions in Denmark and abroad.

Technical Education Copenhagen  
Technical Education Copenhagen is a technical college that offers a broad range of Vocational Education and Training Programmes, Technical Upper Secondary Education/Higher Technical Education (HTX) Higher Education Programmes, Technical Academy. In addition to this, the college has a Continuing Education Department that attends to continuing education needs. Furthermore, the college offers two education and job qualifying programmes. The college Development Department is occupied with the following fields: communication, study and career guidance, development, quality and evaluation as well as internationalization.