Dania

  • Best European University for Engineering, number eight in the world (U.S. News, 2017);
  • every programme works closely together with real companies on real solutions;
  • problem based learning;
  • group work;
  • close cooperation with teachers in a friendly environment.
Aalborg University
Aalborg/Copenhagen/ Esbjerg
  • Top 100 ranked University in the world!
  • the biggest University in Denmark with green forests, parks and beaches within a 15-minute bike ride;
  • international experience with 80+ nationalities on camp;
  • many international Top researches teach best study programmes;
  • great student life with inspiring professors and surrounding student facilities ;
  • Aarhus BSS Career provides you with useful advice when applying for your first job or searching for an internship.
  • Notably small classes;
  • wide range of study programmes;
  • practically oriented.
  • Rated best study environment in Denmark 4 years in a row;
  • close collaboration with business life.
  • Guaranteed accommodation;
  • international opportunities (Summer School in Vietnam, Winter School in Malaga, Internships abroad all around the world, eg Disney World);
  • professional study and career counselling.

There is a Confucius Classroom offering several opportunities for students:

  • get familiar with China;
  • know more about Chinese culture and businesses;
  • learn Chinese language for free.
  • Good career opportunities;
  • smaller campuses;
  • guranteed housing option;
  • close to Copenhagen.
University College Absalon
Nykøbing Falster / Vordingborg
  • Combination of up-to-date research-based theoretical teaching with professional training;
  • Scandinavian approach to teaching (problem-based learning, group work, research and innovation activities, hands-on experience through internships);
  • small-size classes (students are expected to actively engage and exchange ideas);
  • informal teaching environment based on mutual respect with easy access to lecturers and staff.
  • Combination of up-to-date research-based theoretical teaching with professional training;
  • Scandinavian approach to teaching (problem-based learning, group work, research and innovation activities, hands-on experience through internships);
  • small-size classes (students are expected to actively engage and exchange ideas);
  • informal teaching environment based on mutual respect with easy access to lecturers and staff.
Zealand Institute of Business and Technology
Roskilde/Køge/Nykøbing/ Slagelse/Naestved