Study in Denmark with University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is a public university which was established in the year 1479. The university is situated in Denmark and is considered as one of the oldest universities of the city. The university has four campuses located in and around Copenhagen, with the headquarters located in central Copenhagen. The main campuses of the university are North Campus, City Campus, South campus, and Frederiksberg Campus.
The University of Copenhagen has six different faculties: Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences, Faculty of Humanities, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Science, Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Theology. All these faculties have been divided into parts and are being taught in different campuses of the university. Most of the courses are taught in Danish; however, many courses are also offered in English and a few in German.
The University of Copenhagen comprises more than 38,000 Students, 21,764 Undergraduates, 16,818 Postgraduates 5,166 Academic staff, and 4,119 Administrative staff. The university has thousands of foreign students, about half of whom come from Nordic countries.
The University of Copenhagen provides scholarships to the students on the basis of their academic excellence. The university has had 38 Nobel laureates affiliated as alumni, faculty members and researchers, and has produced one Turing Award recipient.
Notable Alumni: Ole Rømer (Danish astronomer), Rasmus Bartholin (professor in geometry), Caspar Wessel (mathematician)
University of Copenhagen Programs
University of Copenhagen Application Requirements
University of Copenhagen Cost of studies
Bachelors: DKK 127000
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
University of Copenhagen Deadlines
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific deadlines.
Application deadline: 15 January, 5 July