For University College Copenhagen, being situated in Copenhagen Science City means easy access to collaboration with the University of Copenhagen and the University Hospital at Rigshospitalet, where nurses and other healthcare professionals undergo some of their training.
“As an industrial doctoral student at the cleantech company Aquaporin A/S, I gained extensive knowledge and practical professional experience, which has strengthened my future job opportunities.”
“I’m a trained nurse from Metropolitan University College. Now I develop digital planning boards for the health service, in cooperation with students from Metropolitan University College.”
“The vision of Copenhagen Science City is to create growth and jobs through collaborations between businesses, researchers and students.”
“Copenhagen Science City is a pillar in Copenhagen’s new industry and growth policy, which aims to create 20,000 new private sector jobs in Copenhagen.”
“Our major investments in Copenhagen Science City will make the area attractive to companies, researchers, students and local residents.”