Aalborg University moves into former Nokia headquarters in Copenhagen
Aalborg University is expanding its educational and research activities in Copenhagen. With a new campus located in the attractive Copenhagen harbour area, the university will be gathering all of its activities in the capital city, students and staff in the former Nokia headquarters, covering a total of 42.500 m2.
The university's vice-chancellor, Finn Kjærsdam, expects the new campus to further strengthen an innovative research and study at Aalborg University, which will help to attract foreign investment to the Danish capital:
- "We are very satisfied that we are able to gather our activities for the Eastern part of Denmark and contribute to the development of a new model for how universities and companies collaborate. This corresponds with Aalborg University's goal that research should help to develop solutions in collaboration with private companies and public institutions."
About Aalborg University
Aalborg University (AAU) was inaugurated in 1974 and is thus a young and modern university which, over the years, has grown to become a large, well-established research and teaching institution in Denmark offering quite an untraditional range of educational programmes and research in the fields of Humanities, Social Sciences, Natural Sciences and Engineering. Additionally, new opportunities for cooperation between the various academic fields, both in research and teaching, are continuously developed.
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