About University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is the largest institution of research and education in Denmark, with consisting more than 37000 students and 7000 stuffs. The purpose of the University is to quote the University Statute and to conduct research and provide further education to the highest academic level. The University of Copenhagen comprises about one hundred different institutes, departments, laboratories, centres, museums and many more to formthe nucleus of the University, where professors, lecturers and other academic staff, as well as most of the technical and administrative personnel are able to carry out their daily work, and where teaching takes place.
These activities take place in many different environments ranging from the plant world of the Botanical Gardens, through high-technology laboratories and auditoriums, to the historic buildings and lecture rooms of Frue Plads and other locations.
Education at the University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is the largest educational institution in Denmark. It consists six faculties, offering over 200 programmes for study in health and medical sciences, humanities, law, science, social sciences, and theology.
The University aims to prepare students for a broad range of jobs in the private and public sectors. With this, education at the University covers specific skills and scientific methods as well as other more theoretical skills that will enable graduates to improve their qualifications. Teaching and research are closely integrated in order to achieve this, first and foremost by according them equal importance in the daily work of the academic and scientific staff and whenever possible basing the teaching on research.
The University of Copenhagen offers several degrees of education in a variety of subjects. The degree structure is divided into three levels, included three years of undergraduate studies lead to a bachelor's degree, and an additional two years lead to a master's degree. All masters degrees obtained from the University of Copenhagen can be extended with three more years of postgraduate work leading to a PhD degree.
The University of Copenhagen offers a significant number of courses in English each semester. This allows exchange students to put together a comprehensive study programme, which will meet the demands of their home institutions.
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