As a student at the University of Copenhagen you are enrolled in an academic institution which dates back to 1479 when the University was founded. Since then, it has developed into an internationally well-reputed institution which has fostered no less than 8 Nobel Prize winners in Physics and Medicine.
Education at the University of Copenhagen is designed to promote creativity, innovation, analytical and critical thinking. It combines traditional lectures and tutorials with teaching and assignments that will help you develop a critical approach, strong problem solving skills and collaborative skills. The learning environment is friendly and relaxed with students and teachers debating and exchanging their views in class. Students are expected to make active contributions in class to generate the most simulating learning environment at the University and to prepare themselves for their future professional careers.
As part of its endeavours to make the most of its academic diversity, and to provide input into public debate on important social issues, the University of Copenhagen has identified areas of research in which it is particularly strong. All of these areas address major challenges facing society today, e.g. health and the environment, and they call for solutions that involve collaboration between public authorities, business and industry and the University.
The University of Copenhagen is an internationally recognised multidisciplinary university, focusing on basic research and developing solutions to global challenges. UCPH offers cutting edge research in an international atmosphere. In 2013 Monocle Magazine heralded Copenhagen as ”the most liveable city in the world”.
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The University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation (UCPH Housing Foundation) is an independent foundation which assists international students and researchers coming to University of Copenhagen in finding accommodation while in Copenhagen. The University of Copenhagen Housing Foundation is not a part of the University of Copenhagen, it is a private foundation, but naturally the two institutions work closely together.They are the only entity providing housing services for the University of Copenhagen. Housing service in various parts of the university such as at The International Office and at the Housing Department of the Faculty of Science has been transferred to the UCPH Housing Foundation.
CUL offers bibliometric service. This service is intended primarily for employees of the University of Copenhagen, but can be used by all interested citizens and organizations.
Bibliometric Service is your solution to bibliometric problems: You can use the service to order all types of bibliometric studies and analyses, or simply to ask general questions about bibliometrics.
Copenhagen is the commercial, cultural and administrative centre of Denmark, and the greater city area has a population of 1.2 million. Although busy and noisy as any large city, Copenhagen continues to captivate visitors because it has managed to maintain some of its original charm. Internationally, the city continues to rank amongst the cleanest, safest and most livable cities in the world. The University has four campus areas in Copenhagen.
The University is a central part of Copenhagen the capital of Denmark: North Campus (Nørre Campus), City Campus, South Campus (Søndre Campus) and Frederiksberg Campus.
If you are interested in doing sports while you are studying at the University of Copenhagen, they encourage you to make use of the University's Sports Association called USG. It is cheap compared to joining other clubs and it is a good way to socialise with other students in an informal way.Undergraduate
Cultural and Social AssociationsDuring the semester, student associations like the International Student Society of Copenhagen (ISSC) and ESN-Copenhagen arrange events for international students as well as Danish students at the University of Copenhagen with the aim of promoting cultural exchange among students in Copenhagen.
The programmes of University of Copenhagen are being accredited by national accreditation agency ACE Denmark.
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