Denmark is a Scandinavian country comprising the Jutland Peninsula and numerous islands. It’s linked to nearby Sweden via the Öresund bridge. Copenhagen, its capital, is home to royal palaces and colorful Nyhavn harbor, plus the Tivoli amusement park and the iconic “Little Mermaid” statue. Odense is writer Hans Christian Andersen’s hometown, with a medieval core of cobbled streets and half-timbered houses. In this article we want to talk about best universities in Denmark and Denmark university rankings so read the entire article.
Top Denmark universities
1. University of Copenhagen
The University of Copenhagen is a research-led university which provides research and education of the highest international standards.
With over 40,000 students and more than 9,000 employees, the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is one of the largest institutions of research and education in the Nordic countries. According to QS World University Rankings® 2016, UCPH is the highest ranked university in the Nordic region and number 20 in Europe.
The University of Copenhagen is a member of globally leading international research alliances such as IARU (International Alliance of Research Universities) and LERU (League of European Research Universities).
The university has partnerships with private sector companies such as for example GlaxoSmithKline, Microsoft, Novo Nordisk, Novozymes and VELUX. Talented researchers collaborate to bring scientific discoveries from the laboratory to society. In addition, UCPH signs approx. 800 collaboration agreements every year with both public and private companies.
Competitive research funds make up 40% of the total research budget, and UCPH is among the top 5 universities in Europe in attracting grants from the European Horizon 2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation.
2. Technical University of Denmark
Technical University of Denmark (DTU) was founded in 1829 by the father of electromagnetism, H. C. Ørsted, whose vision was to create a polytechnical institution that would benefit society through natural and technical sciences. This vision has since established DTU as an internationally renowned institution among the top technical universities in Europe and the world when it comes to collaborating business and industry.
Technical University of Denmark educates engineers from bachelor’s, to master’s all the way through to PhD level, specializing in engineering and science. All teaching, supervision, and course development at the university is carried out by more than 2,000 professors and lecturers who are themselves active researchers.
Denmark is to name planet discovered by DTU researcher. Citizens of Denmark are invited to make suggestions for the names of an exoplanet and star discovered in 2008 some 1000 light years from Earth.
3. Aarhus University
Aarhus University is more than just a Top 100 university with research-based teaching and numerous programmes in English. It is a community.
A community of Danes and internationals
As an international student at Aarhus University, you will never be alone. You will be part of a group of more than four thousand international students, representing 120 nationalities. At the same time, the university and your fellow Danish students, all of whom speak fantastic English, are ready to help you feel safe and welcome in your new home country.
A community in the city
Students at Aarhus University benefit from the strong connection between the university, the city, and its many international businesses that support their study possibilities and opens the way to a successful future career.
A community of staff and students
Studying at Aarhus University means taking research-intensive courses, all taught by active researchers. The study environment is informal, and the open and critical discussions between students and professors make for a very exciting and dynamic learning experience. Many former students have told us how much they appreciate that the professor’s door is always open and their teachers are always ready to help them succeed in their studies.
These – and the fact that students have access to amazing facilities – are some of the reasons why former and current international students chose Aarhus University.
4. Aalborg University
Aalborg University is a Danish university located mainly in Aalborg, Denmark, with campuses in Aalborg, Esbjerg and Copenhagen. It offers 76 undergraduate educations and 112 postgraduate educations, and several of those are conducted in English. The university is divided into five faculties:
- The Faculty of Humanities
- The Technical Faculty of IT and Design
- The Faculty of Social Sciences
- The Faculty of Engineering and Science
- The Faculty of Medicine
With approximately 20,000 students, Aalborg University is Denmark’s fifth largest university based on student enrolment. The university is placed in the QS World University Ranking (2016–17) among the 300 best universities in the World. It is ranked 46th in the QS Top 50 Under 50, and it has a five stars’ QS Star Rating. In addition, it is ranked 40th for Electrical Engineering worldwide in the QS World University Rankings by Subject.
5. University of Southern Denmark
Knowledge is one of the prerequisites for growth in Denmark, where social welfare and competition within industry are increasingly dependent on research, highly skilled workers, and an industry with a flair for innovation and renewal. The University of Southern Denmark, with campuses located in the southwestern part of Denmark – i.e. Funen, Southern Jutland and Sealand – is a research and educational institution with deep regional roots and an international outlook. Reaching even further south, the university offers a number of joint programmes in co-operation with the University of Flensburg and the University of Kiel. Contacts with regional industries and the international scientific community are strong. Every day approximately 1,200 researchers in Odense, Kolding, Esbjerg, Sønderborg, Slagelse and Copenhagen are engaged in the search for new knowledge and insight, while 18,000 students are working to further their education. The University of Southern Denmark offers comprehensive programmes in five different faculties – Humanities, Science, Engineering, Social Sciences, and Health Sciences. It incorporates approximately 35 institutes, 30 research centres, and a well-equipped university library. The University offers a wide range of traditional disciplines as well as a broad selection of business and engineering studies. In recent years the number of options available.