News about Danish higher education
What´s it like to study in Denmark? And how are bright minds encouraged to study in Denmark?
Denmark is becoming one of Europe's major startup hubs, especially Copenhagen, where some of the hottest startups in Silicon Valley have grown from
Sweden takes first place in the Global Creativity Index, followed by the USA, Finland and Denmark in fourth place
There is a new 'Sherif' in Town: Helle Thorning-Schmidt became Prime Minister of Denmark on October 3, 2011. She is Denmarks´s first ever female Head of State
Danish universities and companies are teaming up in a new talent program to offer China's best and brightest unique study and career opportunities in Denmark
No matter the weather - and no matter where they are going - Danes go by bike!
We treat energy as if it were an inexhaustible resource. DesignCamp 2011 wants to change this!
Join a 5-hour workshop to expand your network, develop your ideas and demonstrate your innovative talent on real business cases.
A major investment in stem cell research has boosted the University of Copenhagen into the international stem cell champions’ league
The Erasmus Student Network has published its annual survey of international student satisfaction. It shows that international students are most satisfied with studying in the U.S., Denmark and Switzerland
What is it like to study in Denmark? Tell it in a video or video animation, and get a chance of winning a brand new iMac!
As a Youth Goodwill Ambassador, will you take part in a unique talent development program, meet with leading figures in Danish culture, politics and business - and get a head start to your future career
Winnon Brunson Jr, a Fulbright student from St. Louis, Missouri, tells about the things he always found himself discussing while in Denmark: religion, politics, humor and Janteloven. Winnon has been taking Master's level courses in Public Health. We thank him for his funny and relevant insights
The Center for Advanced Bioimaging has now been inaugurated at LIFE – the Faculty of Life Sciences at the University of Copenhagen
Aalborg University’s energy researchers have once again gained credit for their research within windmills of the future
According to a brand-new survey, the discipline statistics at Aarhus University ranks among the global elite
That Copenhagen is a city crazy for bicycles has long been established. The city sports roughly 350 kilometres of bicycle lanes and paths, and nearly 40 percent of the population go about their daily commute on two wheels
Entrepreneurs are discovering markets for the iconic bicycles in the US and UK, though their cost and eccentricity factor are hard to overcome
Dorthe B. Ravnsbæk from the Inter-disciplinary Nanoscience Center, iNANO, at Aarhus University, wins the European Young Researchers' Award 2011
"Copenhagen is a city of fun at its heart, literally," says CNN's Richard Quest as he takes a look at the sustainable Danish amusement park, Tivoli and Danish architecture