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In the autumn of 2018, EIT Climate-KIC organises Catapult; a two week thematic summer school across Europe for PhD students. And we are open for recruitment! During Catapult, new skills are acquired and innovative ideas brought to life. A combination of discussions with international academic experts and practitioners, creative transferable skills sessions, inspiring workshops, site visits and assignments create a unique learning experience for PhD students. In addition to… [+] the delivery of knowledge and skills, the programme is about connecting people and ideas. This year, we offer three editions on different topics and locations: 1. Sustainable Land Use: Short food supply chains in operation 22nd September – 6th October in Budapest and Valencia 2. Sustainable Land Use & Urban Transitions: Design for Deconstruction in Wood 16th – 29 September in Gothenburg 3. Urban Transitions: Creating resilient corridors 10th – 21th September in Bologna About EIT Climate-KIC EIT Climate-KIC is a European knowledge and innovation community, working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon economy. Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, we identify and support innovation that helps society mitigate and adapt to climate change. We believe that a decarbonised, sustainable economy is not only necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change, but presents a wealth of opportunities for business and society. Convening networks of expertise We bring together partners in the worlds of business, academia, and the public and non-profit sectors to create networks of expertise, through which innovative products, services and systems can be developed, brought to market and scaled-up for impact. Through our convening power, EIT Climate-KIC brings together the most effective groups to create the innovation that can lead to systemic change. Leveraging grants smartly and effectively We identify, source and place public and private funds that stimulate innovation. We track progress and outcomes and draw out learning and insight so that our funding partners can effectively invest their resources for maximum impact. Developing people and capacity EIT Climate-KIC runs a range of inspirational education programmes across Europe and online, for students, postgraduates and professionals. These programmes develop their participants’ skills and capacities, empowering them with up-to-date knowledge and best practice. In this way, we are fostering a new generation of entrepreneurs and climate leaders to realise a zero-carbon economy. Catalysing innovation We catalyse and nurture innovation, whatever its source: from large corporations, research institutes and public bodies, through to start-ups and individual entrepreneurs. We encourage fresh new thinking from beyond the mainstream through initiatives like our 24-hour hackathon Climathon, or our cleantech ideas platform Climate Launchpad. Our incubator programme, Accelerator, gives seed funding, structure and assistance to start-ups and SMEs. We drive innovation in established organisations through our range of innovation programmes, specifically for our partners.
Why DNS? Our aim is to train progressive teachers who can respond to the challenges of our time. We combine theoretical knowledge with experiences and emphasise a learning by doing approach. Students who come here, have a strong wish to develop themselves as individuals, teachers and conscious citizens of the world. The Lifestyle At our campus we live, work, eat, and study collectively. The students and teachers run the college together - we make decisions by consensus democracy.… [+] We have a rich cultural life at the campus with over 20 different nationalities sharing and creating traditions. Our community is also extraordinary due to shared economy and an environment free from drugs and alcohol. All of the mentioned above create an equal, productive and creative atmosphere, where everybody can contribute and be heard. Our programme: 1st year: The World is our Classroom Africa travel Together with your team you prepare and set off for a 4-month bus travel to Western Africa . During the travel you meet and live with the locals while you explore the social, cultural and political aspects of the countries. The bus becomes your home and classroom. You discover the world with all your senses to understand the global reality better. Spread your message Once back in Europe you share the knowledge you gained. You visit schools and organisations to give lessons and workshops about what you have learned. You raise awareness about important issues on our planet. 2nd year: Think global, Act local European reality period You, together with your team, move into a city in Europe for 6 months, to explore the reality of ordinary people. You live together and get jobs. You organise events to share experiences and enrich the lives of your workmates and neighbours. You learn about how Western society works and what it takes to change it. Do what you think is most appropriate period You identify what is the most relevant for you to develop as an Individual, a Teacher and a Global citizen. You make a plan for your development and go out. You can decide to teach in a rural village in Nepal, help refugees in Turkey or learn a skill you have always dreamt about. The choice is yours. 3rd year - Learn by Teaching You focus on experiencing and understanding the reality of children, youth and teachers at schools. You practice and develop your teaching skills through an internship. You find out what kind of teacher you want to be and how will you prepare your students for the 21st century. In order to learn, we must explore We learn more when we explore the world together We develop the most when we teach others
Benefitting society on a global scale For almost two centuries DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has been dedicated to fulfilling the vision of H.C. Ørsted—the father of electromagnetism—who founded the university in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society. Today, DTU is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe, continues to set new records in the number of publications, and pers… [+] istently increase and develop our partnerships with industry, and assignments accomplished by DTU’s scientific advice. The number of student enrolment is higher than ever and, for the eleventh consecutive year, we have received a record-breaking number of applications from students who want to pursue a degree from a technical elite university with a global outlook. The international dimension is of vital importance to DTU. In 2014, we welcomed 538 international students into our MSc programmes, half of our PhD students are recruited from abroad, and more than one-third of our scientific staff are highly qualified researchers of international backgrounds. In addition, the extent and intensity of our collaborations with other leading technical universities around the world continue to grow. DTU has international educational exchange programmes with over 200 universities around the globe, and enjoys close research collaborations with our partners in addition to building research and educational programmes with the Nordic Five Tech Alliance, the Euro Tech Universities Alliance, KAIST in South Korea, the Sino-Danish Center in Beijing, Rensselaer in the U.S., and Nanyang in Singapore. About DTU's MSc programmes DTU offers MSc programmes taught in English for almost all research areas, thus offering students the widest possible choice. The structure and content of the various programmes reflect DTU’s status as one of the highest-ranking European technical universities. Through recommended study lines/focus areas, Joint International MSc programmes, Erasmus Mundus MSc programmes, and Honours programmes, DTU’s MSc programmes offer a broad range of curricula—from the highly specialized to a broader and more versatile educational profile. Feel free to contact either International Affairs or the professor responsible for the relevant MSc programme for further information. Structure of the MSc programme The MSc programme is a research-based technological programme at an elite level aimed at qualifying the graduate for a knowledge-intensive position in the industry and the business sector and in society in general. Graduates obtain the title Master of Science in Engineering in the given engineering field. The MSc is a two-year programme with a workload of 120 ECTS credit points. DTU’s MSc programmes cover most modern engineering fields and are taught exclusively in English. The programmes comprise four categories of courses: General competencies, Technology specialization, Electives and Thesis. General competencies The MSc programmes include a number of General Competence courses. These are designed to offer students the range of skills necessary to meet the complex challenges of an engineering career, including project management, teamwork, communication, problem-solving and resource planning. All these skills are taught within the student’s field of research and fall into the following categories: General engineering competencies You learn to combine technology application and development with financial management, management and organization. Most importantly, you learn how to use your qualifications and technological know-how in a professional and social context. Synthesis competences You learn how to define and provide solutions to an open problem. You may be part of a cross-disciplinary team and will be trained in communication and collaboration. Normative competences You learn a set of essential disciplines common to all technical aspects of engineering within a specific field. Technology specialization This group of courses gives you the in-depth academic and technical knowledge necessary for obtaining state-of-the-art competencies within a specific field of engineering. By combining the technology specialization course with appropriate elective courses, you can create your own inspiring and highly individual study programme. Electives An important aspect of the DTU MSc programmes is the significant number of elective courses. Here you can pursue your own scientific and professional interests. In principle, you can choose between more than 400 different DTU courses. Thesis The master's thesis marks the completion of the two-year MSc programme. The research project is most often carried out at DTU and in many cases in collaboration with one of our many industrial partners. All projects include elements of fundamental research, innovation and application.
Our Faculty of Engineering is the biggest in Scotland. We're also one of the largest, best-equipped engineering faculties in the UK. We're home to over 5,000 students from 100 countries. You can choose to study in any of our eight world-leading departments. Our impressive range of over 40 undergraduate, postgraduate and professional development courses offer you an engineering education suited to your needs. Our staff and students carry out research that makes a real impact,… [+] delivering solutions to many of the global challenges that are facing society today. If you're serious about a career in engineering, Strathclyde is the place to be. Why choose Strathclyde for engineering You can become a Chartered Engineer All our undergraduate Engineering programmes are fully accredited by the relevant professional Engineering institutions. This allows our graduates to become eligible for Chartered Engineer status. Many of our postgraduate degrees are also accredited. We have a wide range of engineering courses Our postgraduate course portfolio also has over 40 courses and is one of the largest in the UK. You can study our taught courses in one of our eight departments: Architecture Biomedical Engineering Chemical & Process Engineering Civil & Environmental Engineering Design, Manufacture & Engineering Management Electronic & Electrical Engineering Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering We can help you to achieve your employment ambitions Our strong industry links ensure that over 90% of our graduates are in full-time jobs or further study within six months of graduating. We offer a large range of scholarships We've one of the largest portfolios of scholarships on offer of any Engineering Faculty in the UK. You'll benefit from our research excellence We've one of the largest research portfolios in the UK at £85 million – and growing. Three of our departments ranked first in Scotland on research power. Seven of our eight departments rank in the top 10 in the UK on research power (REF 2014). We've strong links with industry Our students are often given the opportunity to work on real industry challenges. These take the form of projects assigned by external companies. We're the number one Scottish university for our Knowledge Transfer Partnership performance. We're in the top three in the UK. Strathclyde is seventh in the league of entrepreneurial universities in the UK. We’ve generated more than 40 spin-out companies to date. We've also got more than 160 patents and license agreements. These have generated more than €56M in royalty income. We've world class facilities We've recently completed a £40 million investment programme in Engineering facilities and support infrastructure. As a student, you'll have access to state-of-the-art equipment and workspaces.
The university was founded in 1928 and today it has several world-class research fields. Aarhus University (AU) is a top ten university among universities founded within the past 100 years. It has a long tradition of partnerships with some of the world's best research institutions and university networks. AU has a strong commitment to the development of a society that is realised through its collaboration with government agencies and institutions and the business community. The… [+] university’s goal is to contribute towards solving the complex global challenges facing the world. The university, therefore, strives to combine the high level of academic standards of its researchers with collaboration across disciplinary boundaries to combine research in new ways. This takes place in close contact with the world around us and creates the basis for the university to be internationally competitive within the areas of research, education, talent development and knowledge exchange.
VIA University College is Denmark’s largest and most international university college – also known as a university of applied sciences – with a total of 18,500 students of which 2,500 are international students from all over the world. Our educational programmes cater to new as well as old professions, and our programmes belong to a long tradition for high-standard education in Denmark. Some of our programmes are more than 100 years old and have therefore been a contributory facto… [+] r in shaping and developing the renowned Danish welfare society. We cover the Central Denmark Region with a total of eight modern campuses, which all are characterised by a dynamic and interdisciplinary environment where students meet across programmes and faculties. VIA offers 41-degree programmes – of which 17 are taught in English - within the following areas: Animation Built Environment Business Design Engineering Film & Transmedia The strength of our programmes continues to be the combination of research-based theoretical teaching with practical placements and clinical training. Our goal is to help develop professional practice in order to find solutions to the challenges facing society - in Denmark and internationally. Accreditation VIA is a certified holder of an ERASMUS+ charter. We are a member of the European Association for Quality Assurance in Higher Education (ENQA) and hold a Qualification Certificate from the People’s Republic of China. VIA is also Denmark’s only accredited institution by the Chartered Institute of Architectural Technologists (CIAT). A Different Style of Teaching The Scandinavian approach to higher education is deeply rooted in the professions for which we train our graduates. Students learn the latest theories and methods, participate in research and innovation activities and gain hands-on experience through practical training. We encourage students to engage and exchange ideas with easy access to lecturers and staff. We offer small-size classes, simulation-based training and e-learning. R&D, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Research, development and entrepreneurship are integrated parts of our programmes. For several years, VIA has been named the most entrepreneurial university institution in Denmark with 25% of students participating in innovation activities. Our 21 research centres carry out projects that are practice-led, multidisciplinary and increasingly international in scope. We participate and lead national and international research projects and strive to be a preferred partner in our field.
The IT University is creating more IT graduates, than any other university in Denmark and offers a variety of research based study programmes within the field of IT. From games and communication to business and software development.The IT University offers a high-quality academic environment in which inspiring and committed academics share their knowledge with inquisitive and ambitious students. Currently the IT University has a student body of 2600 students of which approximately… [+] 1/4 are international, making campus a melting pot of different nationalities and educational backgrounds.Students of different nationalities and cultural backgrounds are trained to work in an international environment. A growing number of students from abroad are attracted to the IT University thanks to the University’s unique view on IT as a discipline drawing on technology as well as humanities, design and business. Study at the IT University and gain: An international profile. A strong foundation for your future career. The IT University cooperate with business to ensure an up-to-date learning environment where you can learn from industry experts and work on joint projects with globally recognized organizations during your studies. The ability to work independently as well as in groups. Get accredited. Course workload is measured according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS), which ensures your education is more easily recognised across Europe. A vibrant campus life gives you the opportunity to meet people through a wide range of activities, and the university building is amongst the most modern and inspiring educational buildings in Denmark. A dynamic university town with a vibrant city life and cultural scene, as well as being Scandinavia’s gateway to Europe. A Danish language and culture course. Informal relation between teachers and students. The learning environment is friendly, informal and driven by the exchange of ideas. Students at the IT University debate openly with their professors and call them by their first names. Enjoy support. You will have many questions before and after arriving at the University. You can seek advice and support from the International Office.
Copenhagen Business School (CBS) was established in 1917. Today, with 20,000 students and 1,500 employees, CBS is one of the largest business schools in Europe and one of the 8 Danish universities. Organization CBS is headed by the President who is responsible to the CBS Board of Directors. The Board is responsible to the Minister for Science, Innovation and Higher Education. Besides the president, there are two deans and a university director. As senior management, they… [+] are responsible for the day-to-day management of CBS. Strategy The new focus of CBS’ strategy is entrepreneurship and innovation, the programme portfolio and collaboration with the business community and society. The strategy is now ready. It will set the course for CBS from 2017 going forward at least four years. On 12 October 2016, the Board of CBS gave their full support to the new CBS Strategy. The strategy is a reconfirmation of the “Business in Society” strategy from 2011 but the senior management has chosen the following three new transformational initiatives from 2017-2020: Entrepreneurship and innovation CBS’ programme portfolio Collaboration with the business community and society The overall strategic direction is clear: We will strengthen our position as a broad, interdisciplinary business university always maintaining a focus on our impact on the society and a commitment to research and research-based education. We wish to contribute to society by finding new answers to societal challenges through academically excellent research and we engage with society through multi-lateral, interactive, continuous relationships that link integrative thinking with societal practices in ways that are mutually rewarding. Identity CBS is an international business university. With the distinctiveness of its diversity, CBS combines elements from conventional business schools and the "full university" model – always maintaining a focus on our impact on the society and a commitment to research and research-based education. We play a major role in the discussion of innovative and entrepreneurial business models, sustainable organizational forms and economic practices within the perspective of responsible management and leadership. We nurture an entrepreneurial spirit within CBS, encouraging to new ideas, open to individual initiative and flexible in the face of new opportunities. Mission CBS has a particular responsibility to bring knowledge and new thinking to companies and organizations, to the next generation of business leaders, and to society as a whole. Our major contribution takes the form of research and research-based education. We have an obligation to educate both young and experienced people for the business world and for society by providing them with a sound basis of knowledge and insights from the latest international research for the purpose of value creation and sustainable development. Vision CBS aims to become a world-leading business university that recognizes the vital role of business and the public sector in shaping society – and the equally important manner in which business practices and processes are shaped by society. At the core of our future development will be the training of students capable of contributing with innovation and entrepreneurship to high-level employment, and the creation of research which is both academically excellent and contributes significantly to finding new answers to societal challenges. The precondition is an attractive, responsible and engaging work that involves employees and students and high international standard in everything we do – and an organization that has the capacity to integrate and co-create with the surrounding society. Quality CBS strives to assure high quality in all its services Quality assurance at CBS includes the following regular activities: International accreditations (EQUIS, AMBA, AACSB) International Benchmarks as a recurrent activity Peer review of research departments at least once every 5 years National Programme accreditation by ACE Denmark according to Danish legislation Course and Programme evaluations as a regular activity at the end of each element QUALITY IN TEACHING At CBS quality in teaching includes the following elements: Clear learning goals for the programme and individual courses, describing expected student competencies at the end of the programme A curriculum that reflects the newest international knowledge within the disciplines of the programme Pedagogical models that support the attainment of the learning goals Measurement and follow up on the realization of the intended learning goals, with regular and systematic feedback to the programme committee and course responsible Systematic dialogue with external stakeholders in order to certify that the programme maintains to meet the needs of business and society A teaching staff with academic and pedagogical competencies to deliver research-based teaching at the highest international level An administration and campus facilities that optimally support the students’ learning and personal development
The South Gate Society Arts Center is the first, four-year Creative Writing School in Denmark and it opened in August 2015. The Writing School has developed a higher education curriculum commensurate with esteemed university literature departments worldwide who now offer degrees in Creative Writing; a discipline that has become decidedly professionalized throughout academia. Seven-degree programs are offered: Fiction, Nonfiction, Poetry, Screenwriting, Children’s Literature, P… [+] laywriting, and Screenwriting. The curriculum is rigorous and combines a traditional approach to the study of literature with contemporary genres, while also incorporating classes in the craft of writing, and integrates a unique entrepreneurial approach by combining the art of writing with the business of art. The program endeavors to not only inspire writers to write but to publish, to find agents, and to leave the school with careers in the field of writing.
AROS BUSINESS ACADEMY – Mini MBA’s and training We aim to put an end to mass-produced leadership educations and instead we design Mini MBA leadership educations, that create a noticeable change - for you and for your workplace. Our Mini MBA Programs We offer the two Mini MBA programs Aros Mini MBA and ABA Mini MBA. We are confident that you will be fond of us You've probably attended lots of exciting leadership training where you have returned uplifted and recharged bac… [+] k to work. But how much of this training has created a lasting change for you? If you follow the statistics, it is very few. At Aros Business Academy, we are passionate about creating this change - so it makes sense for you to spend time on a Mini MBA, and so it makes sense for the workplace that sends you. We create it with both large and small measures – and some of them are even completely invisible to you. Why choose a Mini MBA? Let’s first establish that a Mini MBA is not an MBA. Of course, one is tempted to say. The word "Mini " says quite openly that we are dealing with a short, condensed and simplified version of an MBA. An MBA typically takes two years, while a Mini MBA typically takes six months. A Mini MBA is aimed at employees who need to enhance their knowledge and tools in management but does not intend to take an MBA or a Diploma in Management (due to time, money or inclination) – at least not right now. It can be leaders with extensive management experience, and it can be people who would like to take the next step and occupy a management position in the future. The most important thing is skilled (really skilled) lecturers who are in love with their fields To be a skilled instructor at our Mini MBAs you must have professional leadership expertise, no doubt about it. Which are more than 40 lecturers, obviously, have while being among the leading experts in their field at the same time. But we demand more from them! They must be passionate about what they teach, so they can engage the participants to the fullest. And then they must be skilled facilitators who can see YOUR challenge and relate the substance to exactly YOU. Maybe that's why 97.9% of our students believe the lecturer was "good" or "very good" at adjusting the Mini MBA specifically for them. A figure we are relatively proud of because it’s not easy to achieve. We promise that the Mini MBA is customized to your problems and challenges At Aros, we are very much against the run of the routine with the same old material. We believe that you will get the most out of your Mini MBA if the theory is put into perspective of the problems you encounter in your everyday life and that the cases are related to your line of work. Therefore, you will receive a short e-course on learning prior to the beginning of the Mini MBA. And we will send you a questionnaire about your assumptions and challenges, so the instructor and our experts can customize the course material to your exact needs.
Designskolen KoldingWe respect the raw material entailed in each student and staff member and value dialogue, equality and diversity. DK’s student intake is based on talent. This distinguishes DK from traditional universities. We cultivate and value talent and challenge it by teaching our students to reflect on their own process and by teaching them to collaborate by completing tasks related to specific contexts of use, preferably in interaction with industry.DK builds o… [+] n the tradition of Danish Design and focuses on design that is meaningful. We believe that relating to history and tradition enables the creation of something new. The school’s approach to teaching is that we don’t provide the answer, we discover it together.At DK we work with tools, techniques, concepts and methods. We build on knowledge and research and emphasise sensory perception and experiments; uniting the hands and the mind.DK has university status. We offer an academic setting that comprises a number of recognised researchers focusing on the emergent research field of design and a growing output of PhD projects. At the same time, we value professional practice and give priority to offering excellent workshop conditions enabling our students to work with the materials on a 1:1 scale. We require our school faculty to be practitioners in their field, and our esteemed visiting faculty ensures inspiration from professional practice.“Design School Kolding may be small compared to other schools, yet great in terms of human interaction, skill, and dedication.”Alina Moat, Master’s degree student 2012, Design School Kolding
University College South Denmark offers a wide range of higher education study programmes and courses at all levels, with an emphasis on first-cycle bachelor degrees in the field of Educational Sciences, Health Sciences, Social Sciences and Communication Sciences. Geographically, University College South Denmark covers Southern Jutland and has more than 6,500 students and 700 members of staff. Our study programmes take place at five regional locations: two main campuses in… [+] the towns of Esbjerg and Haderslev, and three smaller satellite campuses in Kolding, Aabenraa and Soenderborg.We see this regional dispersion as a source of strength. Embracing diversity for mutual understanding and inspiration is one of our central values: the meeting of different cultures and professional traditions; cross-disciplinary and cross-professional courses; and an overall emphasis on internationalisation, research and innovation. Regional centre for knowledge and innovationAs a regional centre for knowledge and innovation in the professions, University College South Denmark offers a broad programme of Continuing Professional Development and has a large department for Applied Research and Development.University College South Denmark has peak competences in such areas as Distance Education, E-learning, Evaluation, Health Promotion, Organization and Leadership, Special Needs Education and Social Work. Testimonials
University College of Northern Denmark (UCN) is a Danish Higher Educational Institution working in the fields of education, development, applied research and innovation. UCN is active in healthcare and wellness, social studies and education, technology and business, training and lifelong learning. We have over 10 000 students in full degree programmes, and more than 8 000 part-time students undergoing higher and further education and training. Being a regional institution,… [+] we serve the northern part of Denmark. UCN has longstanding links with business, industry, public sector and professional organizations, and our commitment to being Denmark’s leading university of professional higher education means you benefit from our drive to ensure that you, our graduates are the first choice of employers. Whatever you want to do – or if you are not quite sure yet – we will do everything to boost your opportunities and help you on your way to a happy and successful future career. From Business to Hospitality, IT Technology and Construction Management, every one of our programmes are designed to develop the skills employers are looking for. We focus on applied management skills, meaning that we not only teach you theories, we also make sure you know how to use them in practice on real challenges that occur in real-life companies. UCN works closely with experienced business people to organize our teaching programmes. Practical experience in business or industry gives you a real advantage when you start looking for jobs, We offer work relations and compulsory internships on all our programmes, giving you the opportunity to develop the skills you need for your career, and thereby increasing your employability and entrepreneurship. UCN offers professional academic programmes to students who need quick access to a business career. We reach our goals through a modern teaching approach, high-quality learning facilities and committed staff and students. UCN’s doors are open to Danish as well as international students from all over the world. We offer 19 programmes, which are completely taught in English. UCN is there for you and your career!
University of Southern Denmark The University of Southern Denmark has more than 20,000 students and more than 3,200 employees. The university offers teaching and research at 6 campuses situated on Funen, in the south of Jutland, west of Zealand and in the capital city – in Odense, Kolding, Esbjerg, Sønderborg, Slagelse and Copenhagen. The University of Southern Denmark has created an institution of higher research and education which provides first-class educational opportunities an… [+] d is cooperation partner for both public and private businesses and organisations for providing qualified labour. The Organisation Research, teaching, communication and the transfer of knowledge at the University of Southern Denmark are grouped into five academic faculties: The Faculty of Humanities The Faculty of Science The Faculty of Business and Social Sciences The Faculty of Health Sciences The Faculty of Engineering Quality Enhancement The overall goal of the University of Southern Denmark’s quality enhancement system is to facilitate and support the continuous improvements of our educations as stated in the university vision: "Our students develop academic competencies and personal skills in an inspiring and innovative learning environment. Teaching is of the highest quality in terms of both academic level and pedagogical methods. Our degree programmes are revised and upgraded on an ongoing basis to reflect national and global requirements." The quality enhancement activities are supported by a wide range of tasks each focusing on spotting trends and development indicators and supporting the organisation with up-to-date documentation, statistical statements and accreditation of programmes. Tasks that are centrally coordinated, but carried out for and in joint efforts with faculties, departments and other university units.
The Copenhagen Academy of Fashion Design is an internationally renowned private Academy founded in 1983. Since the beginning, the Academy has educated clothing-designers on a high level of craftsmanship and with a strong visual expression. Our Alumni are represented, at all levels in the fashion business, both nationally and internationally. The Academy has applicants from all over the world, in the year 2016-17, 16 different nationalities are receiving their education and… [+] we, therefore, teach in both Danish and English. We consider it of the greatest importance in an evermore globalized world, that contact and cultural exchange happens across the different classes and levels. It is the continued mission of the Academy, to further develop the craftsmanship and the program, so they always meet the demands of the fashion business towards young and upcoming designers. Are you considering applying and would like to visit the Academy, then we recommend that you make an appointment. The Academy is housed in old warehouse "Hans Just" in Østerbro. The bright, airy and open work-room on 370sqm is ideal for the cultural exchange happening across the different classes and levels. Due to the many nationalities attending, all teachers are at least bi-lingual and the course is taught simultaneously in Danish and English. (English being the foremost technical language in the Garment industry) Sewing machines, overlocks and an industrial machine for leather are at the disposal of the students and we naturally work on Stockmann Mannequins Wifi is at hand and it is also used during teaching sessions. The Academy is approved for the State Grant (SU) by the Danish state. International students are requested first to apply in their home-countries, before doing it in Denmark.
Business Academy Aarhus develops and offers practice-orientated higher education programmes. With more than 4,500 full-time students, 3,400 part-time students and about 400 employees we are one of the largest business academies in Denmark. View the website: BAAA.DK Business Academy Aarhus is a University of Applied Sciences. In several European countries, this is an English-language term for institutions of higher education. The degree programmes we offer a focus on applied… [+] degrees, especially in technology, IT and business. Like universities, we provide both undergraduate programmes and can grant academic degrees, but we do not award master or doctoral degrees. In addition to this, we also offer continuing education and part-time programmes at bachelor’s level and short-term courses for people who need to strengthen their qualifications on the job (only in Danish). Our programmes combine theory with practice. We prioritise tuition in small teams, group work, project work, cooperation with trade and industry, realistic cases and compulsory internships. We have about 900 international students, and every year more than 300 of our students go abroad for part of their programmes. Developing and completing programmes must create value for students and companies alike. With this in mind, we make a dedicated effort to apply our qualifications in relation to specific innovation and development projects in a joint effort with partnership companies. Several years of experience with higher education Business Academy Aarhus was founded on 1 January 2009. It was created as a merger between higher education programmes from the Aarhus Business College, Aarhus Tech and JU (the agricultural school). Some of our programmes today are offered in cooperation with the Aarhus School of Marine and Technical Engineering. A flexible pathway to higher education Choosing a programme is a major life decision, and finding out which programme is right for you is not always easy. At Business Academy Aarhus, University of Applied Sciences, we offer both Academy Profession degree programmes (AP degree) and Bachelor's degree programmes. An AP degree programme corresponds to the first two years of a Bachelor's programme. The programme provides qualifications in itself but may also be a dynamic way to get a longer education. Therefore you have the option to enter work life directly after your final exams, or you can continue your studies with a Bachelor’s degree on one of our top-up programmes or at another institution in Denmark or abroad. Studying at the Academy When you embark on a higher education programme, you also accept that you are responsible for your own learning. Our experience is that you learn most when you are actively involved in the teaching. We provide you with the opportunity to become actively involved through small classes of around 30 students and through project work and case studies, which are significant elements in all programmes. All of our programmes are closely linked to the industry. We, therefore, combine theory and practice and mainly teach the parts of the theory which you can later use in your working life to solve practical problems. Company visits and guest lectures are therefore an important part of all of our programmes and projects, and final exam projects are usually based on practical problems in specific companies. There are around 18-25 hours of tuition a week. The number of tuition hours varies from week to week and from programme to programme. Your Career Starts with your Education No matter whether you are looking for an internship or your first job after graduation, Business Academy Aarhus’s Career Centre can provide you with the inspiration, tools and assistance you need. As an Academy student, you can participate in various courses and workshops such as help for applications, CVs and job interviews. We also provide individual assistance and advice. An International Environment Most of Business Academy Aarhus’s programmes are offered in both Danish and English. As a student at the Academy, you will, therefore, be part of an international environment. We have around 1000 international students from many places around the world. If you choose one of the programmes taught in English, you will study with students from different countries and the tuition and the exams are in English. Internationalisation not only takes place in the classrooms but also in the many social activities we offer. A World of Opportunities Getting a good job after graduation is the goal of most of the academy’s students. Some students, however, choose to study further and combine work with a part-time course and some choose to continue their education full-time in Denmark or abroad at one of the many educational institutions which we have course recognition agreements with. You can read more about a job and further education opportunities under the descriptions of each programme. Prepare the Future for your Internship As a student at Business Academy Aarhus, you will take part in a compulsory internship where you will be able to use your knowledge in practice. This 2-10 month internship (typically 3-5 months) will give you a chance to experience: Relevant real-life learning in a company Networking and experience that may lead to a future job Working in an international company Each year Business Academy Aarhus cooperates with more than 800 companies in Denmark and abroad, for example Carlsberg, Ikea, Nordea Bank, Novo Nordisk and Porsche USA. Internship Abroad You can choose to take your internship anywhere in the world, and within Europe, you can get an Erasmus grant to cover the costs involved in taking your internship in a foreign country. At Business Academy Aarhus we cooperate with organisations and companies to help with internships in for example Malaysia, Shanghai, Canada and Tanzania.
The European Film College is more than a film school. We are a Danish folk high school, offering young people from all over the world an 8½-month intense, hands-on film foundation programme (in English). During the summer we also offer a selection of 1-week film seminars and workshops (in Danish). Students and teachers live on campus, creating a uniquely intense and social environment, revolving around a film. The European Film College is located in rural Ebeltoft, Denmark, … [+] and is unique in its approach to teaching filmmaking. Anyone with an interest in making films and learning about films is welcome, and we have students from all over the world, usually more than 25 nationalities at once. Because it’s a residential school, you will live and breathe film 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Even when you’re not in class or working on a project you will be screening films, talking films, analysing and discussing them. The European Film College offers two types of courses: the main course, an 8½-month film foundation programme (in English), and summer courses, a selection of 1-week film seminars and workshops (in Danish). On this website, you should be able to find all the information you need about all of our activities. If you still have questions, don't hesitate to contact us!
Benefitting society on a global scale For almost two centuries DTU, Technical University of Denmark, has been dedicated to fulfilling the vision of H.C. Ørsted—the father of electromagnetism—who founded the university in 1829 to develop and create value using the natural sciences and the technical sciences to benefit society. Today, DTU is ranked as one of the foremost technical universities in Europe, continues to set new records in the number of publications, and persistently incr… [+] ease and develop our partnerships with industry, and assignments accomplished by DTU’s scientific advice. The number of student enrolment is higher than ever and, for the eleventh consecutive year, we have received a record-breaking number of applications from students who want to pursue a degree from a technical elite university with a global outlook. The international dimension is of vital importance to DTU. In 2015, we welcomed over 600international students into our MSc programmes, half of our PhD students are recruited from abroad, and more than one-third of our scientific staff are highly qualified researchers of international backgrounds. In addition, the extent and intensity of our collaborations with other leading technical universities around the world continue to grow. DTU has international educational exchange programmes with over 200 universities around the globe, and enjoys close research collaborations with our partners in addition to building research and educational programmes with the Nordic Five Tech Alliance, the Euro Tech Universities Alliance, KAIST in South Korea, the Sino-Danish Center in Beijing, Rensselaer in the U.S., and Nanyang in Singapore.
Welcome to TRUEMAX academy 3D CGI and animation is a mix of art and technology which requires a fine balance. It is used both in the film and game-industry as well as in advertising and many other industries. Since 1998 TRUEMAX Academy has specialized in teaching 3D CGI and animation at both short courses as well as a 3-year education which targets the needs of the industry for well-educated employees – now and in the future. TRUEMAX academy of 3D CGI & animation was f… [+] ounded in 1998 and since then has developed the high level quality of programs of education and courses. We accept students from all around the world. In order to make certain that the professional level of the education is as high as possible, we cooperate with The National Film School of Denmark, DADIU, EUCROMA as well as several other schools and professionals. TRUEMAX academy also offers several courses in 3D graphics as well as in drawing and courses tailored to individual needs. We offer the best instructors and teachers, specialists and creative gurus, who are – and must be – at the forefront of the development. Guest lecturers and instructors include some of the world’s best 3D artists and experts from international production-companies such as Pixar, DreamWorks, ILM, EA and Walt Disney Company Long-term programs and short courses Based in Denmark, TRUEMAX academy develops and offers long-term programs of education as well as short courses in 3D computer graphics and animation in order to meet the demands of the industry and the business world for properly trained employees, both now and in the future. In cooperation with the 3D industry Unique courses and programs are under constant development in close cooperation with a formal education committee comprised of representatives from the world of television, film, game development and business. Our programs and courses are acknowledged as some of the best in Europe. As a result of this, we keep attracting more and more international students. In addition, we keep our education up-to-date with the help of our education committee and our broad professional network within the 3D-industry. All of this reflects that we aim to provide the best education for our students. TRUEMAX academy's Mission & Vision To combine and balance between art and technology, and to provide career opportunities for the creative and artistic students. To maintain and constantly develop the close cooperation with the education committee. To continue to attract and use the best international creative and professional 3D artists as instructors. To fulfill the ambition to create 3D computer graphics and animation of the highest quality.
The Royal Danish Academy of Music is the oldest music academy in Denmark. It is a dynamic and vibrant artistic educational institution, centred on teaching, which counts among its principal tasks the aim of continuing to develop classical music and enhance its relevance on an ongoing basis, as a central part of contemporary musical and cultural life.The Academy has a broad musical and stylistic span, ranging from period music to classical-romantic, as well as more recent… [+] and new contemporary music, including the compositional music of tomorrow. The majority of the Academy's courses are aimed at a performance at the highest level, and many also include pedagogical training with a view to professional music teaching. Besides the pure instrumentalist and vocalist programmes, specialised courses are also available within the fields of music teaching, composition, conducting and church music, as well as recording direction. In recent years, a broad range of co-operation and practical training agreements have intensified links with the labour market and have contributed to good employment statistics for our graduates.The Academy's fundamental artistic activities find expression in a comprehensive and richly varied range of concerts, as well as high-profile projects within educational and artistic developmental work and research. A wide network of international contacts and partners rounds off the picture created by the Academy's many committed teachers and other staff – and above all, by the large body of talented students who form the heart of it all.Since the summer of 2008, the Royal Danish Academy of Music has been housed in outstanding architectural surroundings at Rosenørns Allé 22. During the previous year, the beautiful and atmospheric buildings designed by the architect Vilhelm Lauritzen underwent a thoroughgoing renovation and conversion which transformed them from a radio centre into a modern academy of music. The result is a complex of top international quality, with plenty of room for teaching and rehearsal, as well as offering unique concert and production possibilities.
The Royal Academy of Music as it is shaped today was brought about in 2010 by the merger between The Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus, founded in 1927, and The Academy of Music, Aalborg, founded in 1930.But if you dive into the annals of history, you will find that it is not so much a merger as a returning to the institution's original form. The Academy in Aalborg was founded as a northern department of the Academy in Aarhus three years later, and both were founded by Johan… [+] Nilsson and his wife Magda.This means that after 80 years of separation the two institutions were reunited in 2010 to become two departments of the same Academy. The Royal Academy of Music, Aarhus/Aalborg is a state institution under the auspices of the Danish Ministry of Culture, charged with responsibility for the further education courses in music, and for otherwise contributing to the promotion of musical culture in Denmark. ProgrammesThe programmes have been given the highest status, both nationally and internationally. This means that they measure up to the best comparable courses on offer abroad. We train students for careers as professional musicians, and, depending on the course taken, students graduate either as solo performers or as music teachers. TeachingThe emphasis of the teaching is on solo work with an instrument or the voice, but there is also ensemble playing and a number of supplementary subjects. For those studying to become music teachers, particular importance is attached to music pedagogy and communicative subjects. Our corps of teachers are active and committed, and we expect our students to exhibit the same qualities. We are flexible, but we attach importance to discipline and cooperation as important elements in the training of professional musicians and music teachers.
Studies at Copenhagen University College of Engineering are characterized by projects which are based on input from companies, project groups composed of students from among more than 25 countries and a commitment to hands-on learning. The institution counts 2300 students, 400 of whom are students from abroad, and some 250 faculty members. The first impression when you enter the long flat building is the great hall and canteen area. The interesting architecture is characterized… [+] by many squares where students can both socialize and study. Around the Copenhagen University College of Engineering there are works of art, and at the institution, there is a cultural society for both students and employees. It is easy to get around the University College, also for the handicapped, because of the many lifts and wide doorways. The Copenhagen University College of Engineering offers Bachelor degrees in Mechanical Engineering, Production Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering, IT Engineering and finally Export Engineering. Some of the programmes are taught completely in English. The programmes are fixed at 3½ years, including a six month-traineeship in a Danish or foreign company. Except for the programme in export engineering which takes 4½ years, also including a six month-traineeship in a Danish or foreign company. The university college offers bachelor-level post-graduate courses through the Department of Continuing Education. Finally, the university college has an admission course for those who wish to attend engineering studies. The course is an introduction to engineering aimed at those with practical experience.
Roskilde Business College is among the oldest business colleges in Denmark. Founded in 1869, the college has been an important part of the educational sector in Roskilde for more than a century. The College is located in the city of Roskilde, which is only 20 minutes by train from Copenhagen. Roskilde Business College offers education for young people and adults in a modern study environment with stimulating academic learning, combined with elements of general education and… [+] social competence, and forward-looking teaching methods. Development and QualityCampus Roskilde (Business & IT) has a long and proud tradition that combines excellence with a dynamic and innovative culture. Our aim is to be among the best educational institutions in our region when it comes to education and training. In accordance with Danish regulation, we have implemented a quality concept and policy where we both survey among our staff as well as students. The overall aim is to have a solid basis for developing the yearly action plan aimed at meeting our users even better. You can learn more about our quality concept here. Student Surveys Campus Roskilde (Business & IT) conducts an annual opinion survey among students in all our Programmes. Among others, the survey enables the college to improve both teaching and college environment. Benchmark SurveysA similar survey is conducted simultaneously at all business colleges in Denmark. This way the colleges are able to compare results and learn from those colleges which do particularly well in certain areas. This survey is named the benchmark survey.
About IBA International Business Academy Over the past 100 years, Kolding Business School has developed from a small local evening school to a major educational institution. After merging with business schools in Fredericia (2002) and Aabenraa (2004), and given the new name of International Business College (IBC), the school now has than 6000 students, of which 3,400 are full-time.Degree-level study programmes began in Kolding in 1982 and from 1991 the higher education department… [+] was named The International Business Academy (IBA), offering students the opportunity to undertake practical work placements and study exchanges throughout the world as an integral part of their study. In 1994 the IBA achieved its first overseas accreditation, for the award of Diploma of Higher Education.In 1996 the degree of Bachelor with Honours in International Business was introduced, with the final year taught by e-learning, followed in 2002 by a Master of Science (MSc), also in International Business - both degrees developed in co-operation with, and validated by, London South Bank University. In 2006 an Executive MBA was started in co-operation with Coventry University. In 2007 a new degree in European Business was introduced at the IBA in co-operation with Coventry University and Leuven Business School, Belgium, offering students the unique opportunity to study for a three year Bachelor with Honours degree in three different countries.Since it began in 1991, the IBA has focused on developing the strongest possible links with educational institutions throughout the world, as well as in Denmark where it is affiliated with EA Kolding. The IBA is a long-standing member of the Network of International Business Schools and also has strong partnerships with many companies and organisations worldwide.Currently, there are approximately 800 students on IBA programmes. Students come from Denmark and abroad and they form the basis for an interesting, attractive and international study environment. Locally, regionally, nationally and globally, the IBA is today synonymous with high-quality international business education.
Aalborg University (AAU) is a fairly young and very modern university established in 1974. Situated in Denmark, the University’s main campus is placed in Aalborg, but it also has a campus in Esbjerg and one in the Danish capital Copenhagen. The University offers high-quality education with more than 60 programmes taught in English within the fields of natural sciences, engineering, health sciences. social sciences and humanities. The University has a strong focus on innovation a… [+] nd creativity, which is especially visible in Aalborg University’s well-reputed study method problem-based learning or the Aalborg Model, which has been shown to be close to optimal for the learning process in an evaluation by the OECD. Problem-based learning entails working project-oriented with real life, field-relevant problems in a group of your fellow students. It even gives you with the opportunity to cooperate with a company and provides you with experiences and competencies that are highly valuable for your professional life. AAU offers you the opportunity to experience Denmark and Scandinavia whilst studying in a highly international environment. Approximately 10 percent of AAU’s student body of nearly 18,000 are international students. At the same time, you will find that the Danes’ English proficiency level is very high, just as some Danes speak e.g. German, French, and Spanish. Studying in Aalborg, you will be living in a city that holds lots of options for shopping, restaurant and café visits as well as nightlife. At the same time, living in Aalborg, you are never far from incredibly beautiful nature experiences. Aalborg is surrounded by green fields, deep forests, and beaches with shimmering white dunes and high waves. Esbjerg is a lovely university town close by the harbor and the Danish Wadden Sea, while Copenhagen combines the modern and urban city life with historic sites and buildings from the European Renaissance and Baroque period. Facts about Aalborg University: -17,700 students -3000 staff -Established in 1974 -Located in Aalborg, Esbjerg, and Copenhagen -UNESCO Chair in Problem Based Learning
Innovative Education for Business Leaders AVT Business School is a recognized and internationally accredited MBA business school for professionals who aspire to make a greater impact and achieve the next level of success. AVT is a learning community for driven executives who aspire to make a greater impact—in their own work and in their industry as a whole. Our students have the courage to broaden their horizons, be visionaries in their field, and prepare for fresh career c… [+] hallenges. While AVT attracts individuals of various ages, backgrounds, and life experiences, they are all united through a common objective: achieving that next tier of professional success. At the core of AVT is an outstanding international faculty comprised of visiting professors who also teach at some of the world’s leading universities. These individuals have been selected based on their academic merits and illustrious business careers, as well as their ability to engage our executives in a truly interactive learning experience. Why AVT? • A groundbreaking, fully accredited global learning institution • Top faculty from elite American business schools • Intensive yet flexible education for the busy executive • Highly effective learning methods adapted from Harvard University • Opportunities for lifelong learning and networking • A focus on translating theory into practical action The AVT educational concept consists of two primary education modules: the CBA and the MBA. Both are real-world programs designed for busy professionals, combining proven teaching methods with an intensive pace to ensure maximum learning in minimal time. More than 1,000 executives have completed the CBA and MBA programs at AVT since its inception, making AVT one of the largest CBA/MBA schools in Denmark.