News about Danish higher education
Denmark has the third best national system of higher education among 50 countries worldwide according to Universitas 21
The number of English taught programmes continues to rise in Denmark and in the rest of Europe and with almost 70 programmes in English Aarhus University is a big contributor to this number.
Denmark is no. 2 in the EU and no. 8 in the world as IMD World Competitiveness Center announced its 2015 competitiveness ranking of 61 economies. IMD looks at several aspects of each country as a place to conduct business.
In just a few years, the number of international students pursuing higher education in Denmark has doubled. Most come from European countries, while there is also a significant number of Chinese students studying in Denmark.
Apply now for higher education programmes taught in English in Denmark: University bachelor programmes, professional bachelor programmes and academy profession programmes.
Students awaiting response on their application for an undergraduate programme will receive notice of acceptance on the 30th of July. But do you get a reply from each institution on you priority list? And what if you were not accepted at all?
According to QS World University Rankings, the University of Copenhagen is the best university in the Nordic countries
Denmark is the least corrupt country in the world, according to the 201 Corruption Index by Transparency International
New UN report shows that Denmark has the most climate-friendly policies in the world
The Danish education system is among the world's most successful, according to new global study. Finland and South Korea top the list
The Legatum Institute's 2012 Prosperity Index ranks Denmark as the second most prosperous country in the world
On October 22-23, Fudan and Peking University turned into a little piece of Denmark with the largest ever Danish education and career fair in China: Denmark Day
For the second year in a row the World Bank ranks Denmark as the easiest place in Europe to do business
Are you a young person living in Denmark? Do you speak perfect English? Then maybe you would like to star in a Study in Denmark film?
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) has received a USD 7 million donation from the A.P. Møller Foundation to attract international top researcher in entrepeneurship
New website guides international graduates on how to start up their own business in Denmark
A new state of the art particle accelerator is now ready for use at Aarhus University. The accelerator marks a quantum leap in the exploration of life's smallest building blocks
A new report by the OECD praises the high quality of Danish post-secondary vocational training
Danish astronomers have found sugar - one of the ingredients of life - in a gas cloud surrounding a young star
With the aim of creating synergy in research, education and dissemination of Arctic issues, Aarhus University has signed a new partnership agreement with the Greenland Institute of Natural Resources and the University of Manitoba