News about Danish higher education
In cooperation with UN, Aarhus University is now launching a competition among students and teachers worldwide to get their ideas on how to develop a new generation of leaders who can handle the world's environmental and societal challenges
Denmark ranks first in work-life balance - with the lowest child poverty among developed nations and a higher than average time spent on leisure and personal care
A new democracy barometer shows that no country in the world is more democratic than Denmark. According to another recent study, young Danes are world champions in democratic thinking. What is the connection?
Copenhagen beats popular European cities like London, Barcelona and Stockholm in a recent survey of the quality of life for expatriate executives and their families
As an Icelandic student, you can explore your opportunities to study in Denmark at the Danish study exhibition on 18 February in Reykjavik
New DNA research turns up and down on our monitoring of nature. With a single soil or water sample biologists can now estimate the number and variety of species in an ecosystem
Danish scientists have developed new medicine that could cure millions of patients worldwide who are infected with previously incurable bacterial infections
A team of researchers from Aarhus University have helped discover an Earth-like planet using the Kepler spacecraft, launched by NASA in March 2009
Aarhus University, Business and Social Science has been voted northern Europe´s most innovative business school ahead of world-renowned schools like London School of Economics
Monocle survey: "Denmark is a pioneer of sustainable energy and a world leader in architecture and urban planning
Global affairs magazine Monocle´s newly launched 'Denmark Survey' offers a panomara of Danish society, economy, culture, architecture, retail, urbanism and more
By 2050, more than 6 billion people will live in urban areas. Denmark has set ambitious goals to optimize sustainable urban development, energy consumption and economic activity
Danish scientists are heading a pioneering research project: a scanning procedure that can show immediately whether a patient's cancer will spread
Leading design thinkers and students from around the world came together at DesignCamp 2011. Their mission: to make electricity tangible and wonderful - through design
Upon completing your studies in Denmark you can stay and look for a job knowing that Denmark is a great place to establish your own business
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!