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List of universities in Denmark

 

List of universities in Denmark

This is a list of universities and colleges in Denmark. Independent colleges and trade schools are not included in the list and some universities have been struck from the list, having been merged into larger universities - The Aarhus School of Business, Danish School of Education (formerly Danish University of Education) and Engineering College of Aarhus, for example, have all been merged into Aarhus University.

Contents

  • Universities teaching both arts and sciences 1
  • Universities and colleges teaching sciences only 2
  • Universities and colleges teaching arts only 3
  • Universities teaching business only 4
  • Colleges teaching hospitality skills only 5
  • Professionally oriented colleges/universities 6
  • International rankings 7
    • THE–QS World University Rankings 7.1
  • See also 8
  • External links 9

Universities teaching both arts and sciences

Universities and colleges teaching sciences only

Universities and colleges teaching arts only

Universities teaching business only

Colleges teaching hospitality skills only

  • Copenhagen Hospitality College (hotel management or travel and tourism management)

Professionally oriented colleges/universities

International rankings

THE–QS World University Rankings

Ranking list according to the THE–QS World University Rankings:

Institution 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
University of Copenhagen (Københavns Universitet) 51 45 52 51 45 45
Aarhus University (Aarhus Universitet) 63 84 79 89 91 96
University of Southern Denmark (Syddansk Universitet) 300 298 311 318 311 308
Aalborg University (Aalborg Universitet) 501 451 362 352 334 363
Technical University of Denmark (Danmarks Tekniske Universitet) 159 141 150 132 134 123

See also

External links

  • Danish universities listed at the official government site Study in Denmark Comprehensive list of universities and higher education institutions in Denmark
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